Life is sometimes so busy it’s hard to find time to do things for yourself. Even if it is something helpful to your business, like getting an updated headshot portrait, right?
Well this past month Sydney came to the studio for a session, and she was on a tight schedule. We scheduled the session to be an hour before she needed to leave for an appointment… no problem, right? Well, add an unfortunate traffic jam into the mix, and things got a little more complicated.
Fortunately, I knew we could get a nice headshot in 15-20 minutes, easily. Sydney was relieved to know she would have plenty of time to get a nice business portrait …and still meet her client on time.
Sydney and I briefly discussed how she wanted to look in her portrait…. Not too big of a smile, but definitely smiling, and a word that came to mind was “approachable.”
So, here’s the final headshot portrait that Sydney settled on. I love this one! She looks so approachable, friendly, and I think it really captured her personality well.
If you need to update your headshot but haven’t because of a busy schedule, know that we can easily fit a basic headshot portrait session into most busy schedules. Contact the studio at 734-424-0472 to learn more today!
What family portrait session would be complete without a little bit of crazy? Because, honestly, that’s life with kids. Fortunately, part of my job is to make the portrait experience be fun for the whole family… and we definitely succeeded during this portrait session.
When Cynthia and I chatted about what she wanted from her portrait session, she told me she was really just looking for one good portrait of everyone together. Well, I think we accomplished that — and more. The kids definitely had me improvising, but that’s what I love about working with little ones!
We planned the family portrait session to take place at their home in Ann Arbor. So, on the day of the session, we started out the session in the family room, and when I asked Samuel, Joseph, and Elijah to sit on the couch for me… the older two boys listened a bit better than their younger brother. No worries. He got to hide behind the couch for some portraits. I convinced him to come out for a few portraits to check and see if my camera was working — and told him that he was invisible for my camera’s pictures.
That trick lasted pretty much the whole session…. and didn’t get old!
Once the rest of the family was ready, I photographed everyone on the couch before we headed outside to the backyard. We did a series of portraits outside…. most of which were casual and on the fly. I try to get a couple posed family portraits during a typical session, but am totally willing to create family portraits where kids can be kids. Ryan and Cynthia were so patient with their kids’ antics, and I am glad they trusted me with creating their family portrait.
By the end of the session, I could tell that we were losing the two youngest kids. It’s hard to try and sit still, right? I used a few tricks to get a few last portraits in, and then we called it quits.
Well, almost. We realized that Liliana hadn’t been wearing her bow during the portrait session — so Cynthia asked if we could give it a shot. Of course, I said yes! It didn’t take long for someone to figure out how to take off the bow, but I captured several adorable portraits of her wearing it. After a few more rounds of Mom putting on the bow, snapping a photo, and seconds later Liliana pulling it off…. we were all set.
I hope you enjoy these family portraits as much as I enjoyed creating them. It’s always so much fun to work with kids — I love their energy and vibes!
If you have been putting off planning a family portrait session because it seems too stressful, or you’re worried your kids won’t be able to sit still…. please don’t wait any longer! I love working with kids who are on the move, and it’s part of my job to create great family portraits while your little ones are on the move. Contact the studio today at 734-424-0472 so we can chat about your family and what kind of family portrait you’d like me to create for you!
For sleeping newborn portraits, it’s almost always best to do the session when baby is less than a week old. Why almost? Well, because every once in a while, you get a stalwart nap objector — like Jacob! Jacob was determined to stay awake for his newborn portrait session, even though there was sleepy dust in the air!
It was actually really adorable. I used a number of my photographer tricks to help Jacob try to fall asleep, but ultimately we gave up and went for photos where he just looks like he’s sleeping. Too funny, right?
Jacob’s big sister was very intrigued by the whole portrait session process. She wanted a front and center view of the action. And I literally mean that. Fortunately, mom and dad came prepared with snacks, and I had a stash of new-to-her toys — so big sis was happily occupied for a lot of the portrait session.
Life is all about making adjustments and being flexible. And that’s how I manage my portrait sessions too.
Usually when we create sibling portraits in the studio, I have all the kids in front of the camera at the same time. But, for this set of siblings, I could tell that just wasn’t going to work!
I am so grateful that my clients were willing to trust my vision… because by thinking outside the box, I was able to create an adorable portrait of both kids. Before we photographed Jacob, I had big sis hunt for cheerios on the crate. We got some cute individual portraits of her, and then it was time to swap kids! My retouching magic put both kids in one portrait, and made the cheerios disappear.
I know you’ve been dying to see these portraits — so without any more chatter from me…. here you go!
If you are expecting a baby, or have a newborn, I’d love to chat with you about planning a laid-back and stress-free newborn portrait session with me at the studio! We can do a standalone portrait session, or to help you plan ahead, we can discuss the benefits of my Baby’s First Year plan. Contact me today at 734-424-0472 to learn more!
Last week I had a family portrait session here in Dexter — and the weather forecast was looking rainy as all get out. After conferring with Angela, we decided to go ahead with the session even if it ended up being indoors at my studio. Work schedules can be so tricky to work around, and they hadn’t had a family portrait done in a long time, so this family portrait would be happening, rain or shine!
When Roger and Angela Snyder showed up to my studio, the sun was shining, the sky looked gorgeous, and everyone was happy to be outside. What luck!
After saying hello to my clients, I knelt down to greet the littlest member of the Snyder family — an adorably sweet miniature pinscher. She greeted me happily, although I have a hunch she was more interested in the smells of my dog, than in letting me pet her.
That all changed when Roger gave me the bag of treats. Can we say treat motivated? I love that — it makes my job easier! Although, I have a hunch that the pup would say I was too stingy in doling out treats. 🙂 We chatted briefly about Angela’s vision for the session one last time. She didn’t have anything specific in mind, aside from wanting a photo of her and Roger walking away in the distance.
I knew the perfect spot for that photo!
So we worked our way around the edge of my woods, where there is a nice place for walking. Yes, we took some portraits on the way, both with and without the dog. Since she’s such a small pup, I offered to multitask and hold the leash while photographing Roger and Angela. Though, I had to laugh to myself a bit as I took pictures with a leash in hand! There’s no way I would have done that with a large breed like my 75 lb Labrador! I guess, another convenience of the miniature breeds, right?
The session went very smoothly, and the sun stayed out the whole time. It was fantastic. I am so glad we decided to pull through regardless of the weather!
Here is a sneak peek from the Snyder’s family portrait session. So many awesome ones, don’t you think?
If you haven’t had a family portrait done in a while, please contact me at 734-424-0472 so that we can plan a session that will be perfect for you and your family. I’m happy to work with you whether you have a clear and precise vision for your family photos or if you simply know “it’s been a while” and you simply want a great looking family portrait to put above the fireplace!
On Saturday I left my older son Toby’s baseball game to go hang out at Mill Creek Park for an engagement photoshoot. Since Steven (my husband) was coaching the baseball team, I took our younger son Zack with me. Which was actually helpful…. because this wasn’t a typical engagement portrait. My client hired me to photograph her son as he proposed to his girlfriend.
And I had to be inconspicuous.
So, I figured, what better way to be inconspicuous than to have a toddler in tow? Right? I mean, no professional photographer would be hanging out at the park with a kid, a toddler bike, and a wagon full of snack supplies!
It was kind of exciting, too! I hadn’t met the couple, I didn’t know what they looked like (aside from a photo that the mom had texted me). I knew where he was planning to propose (at the friendly troll statue next to the boardwalk. And we had a general idea of the time it would take place.
So about 45 minutes before the proposal was set to happen, Zack and I headed over to the park. Zack was on his bike, and I brought the wagon along just in case he got tired, so we could make it in time. We set up a “picnic” on a bench near the troll, and waited. Since I figured Zack might not be good at keeping a secret, I didn’t tell him what we were doing — we were there to “look for birds and other animals.”
For a three year old, he was a trooper! We hung out, I pretended to look for birds while secretly checking out everyone coming down the path — I didn’t want to miss the soon-to-be-engaged couple! Towards the end, Zack got a little antsy and wanted to start biking again. Fortunately, I was able to persuade him to stay a little longer with a cup of trail mix.
That was around the time when I saw my couple walking down the path. I tried to look the part of mom with camera, looking for birds with her toddler. When I saw him start to pull the box holding her ring out of his back pocket, I stopped trying to be secretive and just made sure I was in the right spot to get the best photos of them.
So, while my cover was blown, at that point she was focused on something other than me — her ring. It was so much fun to document her reaction; seeing people so excited always makes me happy :). At that point she kind of looked around at everyone standing and watching — and I said, “congratulations!”
He had succeeded in surprising her, and she started to piece things together. We introduced ourselves, and I took a few more posed portraits of them next to the troll. And that was it. I congratulated them a final time, and then they went back the way they came, arm in arm.
I was really proud of Zack for holding himself together, so we headed off for a celebratory ice cream cone at Dairy Queen (this time he didn’t bike; I pulled him in the wagon). What a fun day!
Here are some of my favorite images from the session (and to see the whole series, you’ll find a slideshow at the end of this post!)
And, as promised, here’s the slideshow:
Congratulations!!! I am so excited to have been a part of your big day 🙂
I can’t believe it’s already April! You’ve probably started planning your senior graduation party by now, right? And one part of graduation festivities is senior graduation announcements.
But are senior graduation announcement cards a thing of the past?
That depends on who you ask.
Some of my clients opt out of senior graduation announcement cards, true.
But many more discover that these cards are really nice to send out to family members, good family friends, and other people who care that you’re graduating. Yes, they might come to your graduation party. Awesome!
Pssst…. seniors, I’m going to let you in on a secret.
Before you decide senior graduation announcements are a outdated and a thing of the past, consider this. If your parents invite their grown-up friends to your graduation party, chances are good that these people care about you. And these people often congratulate new graduates ….with a congratulations card, yes… that more often than not contains money.
Parents, feel free to use that point when having the “can we send out graduation announcement cards” discussion with your kid.
It works, trust me.
But what if I don’t have time to put one together?
That’s where I come in.
Over the years, I’ve helped many of my high school senior clients get prepared for their parties — what role do I play? I assist you from the sidelines. Help you get one more thing checked off your to do list.
I love to create custom designed senior graduation announcements and even senior graduation party invitations! Sometimes the two are rolled into one, depending on my client.
I have a number of design options for you to choose from, and you can opt to keep the text as is, or customize it to your heart’s content. Senior graduation announcement cards are available in sets of 24, and come with envelopes included.
If you want to learn more about this time saving service, please contact the studio today!
What choices do I need to make to get senior graduation announcements designed for me?
In order for me to design your senior graduation announcements, I’ll just need some simple decisions from you.
First, you’ll get to choose the photos that you want on the cards!
I’ll help you select a design that works with your favorite portraits.
You tell me the details for your graduation party — date, time, place, etc — so that I can put that information on your announcement card.
Then I work my magic and design your card with all your details!
You get to approve a digital preview of the card, and after that, it goes to the printer!
What sort of information should I put on my senior graduation announcements?
This is the cool thing — it’s up to you! These days, anything goes!
Here are some options to consider:
Include where you will be going to school in the fall, along with contact information (like phone, email info).
Details for your school’s official cap and gown ceremony (this is usually done in lieu of the next option).
Details for the graduation party your parents are hosting for you (date, time, place).
Some people keep it simple and just include their name, and their graduation year (i.e. Jane Smith, Class of 2018).
It’s really much simpler that it appears. I promise. In the time it’s taken me to write this blog post, I could have been sitting down with you and completely designed your senior graduation announcement cards …and you could have approved the digital preview.
Isn’t that cool?
Now, I know you’ve got a million things on your plate this year. You have to make it through the end of the school year. You have to figure out everything you need to do before college. You need to… oh, ok… I know you get the point.
But my point is this — let me help make your life easier. Give me a call so we can design your senior graduation announcement cards.
It seemed fitting that I should post rainy day senior portraits on a rainy winter’s day like today. After all, it doesn’t feel like winter right now here in Michigan at all, does it? Anyways, before I share the still senior photos, here’s a video highlight reel of some of favorite senior portraits from Genna’s senior photo session. I just have to say, I’m so grateful that these old growth trees were plentiful in number, because even though it was rainy we stayed relatively dry!
And in case you’re not one for video shows, here are some still portraits from Genna’s senior photo session. Enjoy!
You might think it’s a little early to start planning for senior portraits, but in fact, we’ll be publishing our senior portrait “model” call soon! If you’re interested in have a two part senior portrait session and getting some *perks* for sharing your senior photos with all your friends, then you’d be a perfect fit! Let me add that you don’t have to look like a model to participate. We love having real, normal teens as a part of our program — because everyone is special in their own way.
To learn more about planning your senior portait experience with Betsy’s Photography, please contact the studio at 734-424-0472.
It seems like every year I do a new self portrait. I don’t know if it’s to help ring in the new year, to keep my image looking updated and current, or what. Maybe it’s just because I’m a photographer and I can’t help myself! Anyways, this portrait was fun because I had curls!
But with the new year also comes new resolutions, right? At least, if you’re into that. I didn’t make any resolutions, persay, but I did take a mini-retreat during the winter break — that alone time with my planner, my laptop, and a cup of tea was invaluable for helping me plan out my vision for 2018. I always think big when it comes to planning, but this year it seemed smart to take some extra time to lay out a game plan for achieving balance between the many different hats I wear. …entrepreneur, yes, but others too. …wife, mom, pet owner, homeowner… you get the idea.
Long story short? I came up with several mini-goals for each month to help keep me motivated, excited, and on track to have a great year! But enough about me, right? Here are those self-portraits I was talking about. I LOVE how they turned out.
Are you excited about what 2018 holds?
I am. And I hope you are too.
But if you need some encouragement to get excited about your resolutions, your “new you” for 2018, make sure you’re not neglecting yourself. We tend to take care of things that are more pressing and put our own personal needs at the bottom of the list. But if you don’t make time for the things that motivate you, how will you have enough energy to change the world?
Make yourself a priority.
And if you haven’t had a new professional portrait done in a while, please consider letting me help you update your image. I can provide clothing suggestions, makeup tips, and do my best to make sure you will be at ease for your photo session. Because for your headshot to look like you, …well, you have to feel relaxed and be comfortable.
Whenever you decide you’re ready, I’ll look forward to hearing from you.
These adorable little munchkins came into the studio for their portrait session this month. Shh… don’t tell their grandparents, because it’s a holiday surprise! It was really cute to see the kids interact, and to hear their ideas for how the portrait session should go.
If you are looking for the perfect gift to give a loved one, consider a portrait session! While printed photographs are great to give (and receive!), it’s just as common for my clients to gift a certificate for a portrait session — especially if the recipient is supposed to be in the family photograph! Contact the studio today or call 734-424-0472 to learn more about scheduling a session or purchasing a gift certificate for your loved ones.
The Dexter Community Orchestra recently asked me to create an updated orchestral portrait for them. I did one some years back during a concert (or maybe it was before). This time, we didn’t have much time at all to do the portrait of the orchestra. I created these photos in about five minutes, during their intermission. When we did this photo, I was many rows back into the auditorium with my camera. Many thanks to those onstage who told the orchestra members what to do for me so I didn’t have to be rude and yell!
I think these photos turned out very nicely, and you’d never know we had such limited time to capture the photos.
I took this last image of the Dexter Community Orchestra while I waited for the intermission. I was able to hear this very talented soloist perform. Don’t you love this wide angle view of the auditorium with the orchestra on stage? So many visually interesting lines!
Here’s a bit of information about the Dexter Community Orchestra:
The Dexter Community Orchestra is a musical group located in Dexter, Michigan. The DCO is dedicated to cultural enrichment through live symphonic music. The DCO seeks to provide the many benefits that can be achieved only through live musical performance. We are proud to offer a place for volunteer musicians to play and an opportunity for individuals and families to experience the magic of live classical music. We are looking for musicians and volunteers to help make our season a resounding success.
For more information about the Dexter Community Orchestra, visit their website. The concerts that I have attended are always very well done! And I’ve even spotted some very well behaved younger children in the audience. Kudos to those parents — it’s tough to decide when your kids are old enough to start experiencing things like this. 🙂 🙂
Ian came to the studio last week for his senior portrait session. We did some portraits inside the studio, including the obligatory high school yearbook photos. In case you’re not up to speed with senior yearbook requirements, it really varies across the board. Some high schools will take anything, or allow any background as long as no hands or props are showing. Other high schools, including Saline High School, require the senior portrait for the yearbook have a professional backdrop. So, for that reason, we started in the studio.
After the studio portion of Ian’s session was finished, we headed outside (here at the studio) for some really cool fall portraits. I love how easy it is to create portraits both indoors and out here. Make sure to scroll down so you an enjoy some of Ian’s senior portraits that include the natural wooded area with the fall leaves strewn all over the ground!
Well, that wraps up this sneak peek. I know Ian’s family is really excited to see all the portraits we created when they come back to the studio for their ordering appointment. It’s easy to compare favorites when you can view images on a studio projection system 🙂 — and I’m here to help along the way with any tough decisions.
If you are needing to schedule a portrait session this fall, please contact the studio or call 734-424-0472. The leaves are falling, but not as quickly as I would typically expect. Or, if you want to keep things simple and plan a studio portrait session, I’m always happy to help you with that too!
It seems like forever and a day since I last shared photos of the Monarch caterpillars. So thank you for your patience! I am really excited to share these macro photos of the Monarch butterfly emerging from its chrysalis. That week of my life was crazy — we spent hours watching for signs that the butterflies would be emerging soon (also called “eclosing”). I learned that the top part of the chrysalis gets very bumpy and “slinky like” — rather than being smooth. Yes, indeed it does. But that’s still not really an accurate measure of how long you have, because the whole process takes time.
I was blessed to be able to witness four of the Monarch butterflies as they eclosed. We “missed” another one, and the last one was a sneaky little guy. Fortunately I’d turned on the video camera before putting my attention elsewhere, so it was caught on film. All together, I photographed three different butterflies eclosing. The others I watched. And let me tell you, this miracle didn’t get old or become more mundane. It’s amazing how the butterfly climbs out, and interesting how small its wings are, and how swollen its abdomen is. The wings took a lot longer to dry and “grow” to full size than I expected. And the butterflies didn’t fly away immediately. We put them outside within hours, but they stayed nearby for hours or even days longer.
My boys are set on doing this again next year. I think the self-started milkweed plants in my garden bed may have to stay. We’ll see what spring brings, of course.
Make sure you don’t miss the end of this post, where you can watch a time lapse video of one of the Monarch butterflies emerging from its chrysalis!
Now, you may recall me saying that I borrowed a video camera from my dad in order to film one of the butterflies eclosing. That’s true. I managed to film two butterflies eclosing from their chrysalises. Here’s the video I created. Portions of the film are time lapsed so that you can experience the entire transformation:
I love going on location for senior portrait sessions! And, I love when my clients have a specific location in mind! T and his mom started his session at my studio (so we could get the yearbook photo), but the bulk of his amazing senior portraits were created on location in Dexter. Mill Creek Park is just one of those versatile places, I love how it never looks the same twice.
If you need to plan your senior portrait session, please contact the studio today so that we can fit you in before your yearbook deadline! We typically get booked up with last minute appointments as high school senior yearbook deadlines approach. So, a little advance planning will ensure you get your senior portrait planned — at a time that is convenient for your schedule!
If you’re thinking about skipping the whole senior portrait thing. Please reconsider. My guess is that you just want something simple and painless — well, look no further! We can make your senior portrait session short, relaxing, and maybe even fun! With studio senior portraits, there is nothing to distract you from the person. Everything, all your attention, is drawn to the high school senior — you really get a sense for their personality. You get to look into their eyes and see their smile. Years down the road, you will look at that senior portrait and fondly remember that time in your life.
A few years ago, my mother-in-law gave me a picture book illustrated by one of my favorites, Tomie DePaola. The author is Nancy Willard, and the book is called “Simple Pictures are Best” (#afflink). The brief synopsis? A man and his wife hire a photographer, but add so many props and “things” into their portrait that they end up with ….well, let’s just say the photo doesn’t turn out as planned. Anyways, I digress. Let’s take a peek at these simple senior portraits that we did in my studio that meet most high school yearbook requirements in the Ann Arbor area.
There’s something to be said for the classic portrait. Whether it’s the more traditional suit and tie, or a somewhat relaxed studio portrait — these senior photos really will never go out of style. As I said before – if you’re on the fence about hiring a professional for your senior portraits, please give me a call at 734-424-0472 or visit our contact page.
I’d be happy to talk with you personally about what you want for your senior portrait session and help you make that happen. Your senior year of high school is already crazy enough, so let me help you make at least one thing go smoothly!
Sometimes my clients contact me looking for something simple and in studio. Maybe it’s because the yearbook requirements dictate a formal studio setting for the portraits, or maybe it’s just because simple can be easier. Whatever the reason, I’m always happy to create timeless portraits like the ones we created for this senior boy’s portrait session. So, without further ado, enjoy these portraits I created for this class of 2018 senior.
I’m excited to see which portraits G. and his mom will like best. It’s always interesting to see which of my clients’ favorites end up being my favorites too!
If you’re needing to plan your senior portrait session still, know that it’s never too late. Even if your yearbook deadline has come and gone, we can still create a series of senior portraits that you enjoy and want to display in your home. If your yearbook deadline is coming quickly, make sure to get in touch, as we may be able to fit you in before the deadline. Contact the studio today at 734-424-0472 or use the contact page on our website to get in touch!
With this recent cold spell, fall really seems to be upon us. But it wasn’t that long ago that we had warm sunny days like for Haylee’s senior portrait session. We planned Haylee’s portrait session to take place at Mill Creek Park in Dexter. As you might have guessed from some past blog posts, it’s a popular destination for portraits. But even so, it’s not hard to make your portraits look unique and personalized to you. Haylee was a great sport and smiled beautifully for the camera throughout her entire session…. and we ended up with a fantastic set of senior photos for her and her parents to enjoy.
Make sure to scroll all the way through this series of senior portraits, because I saved some of my favorites for the end. We did do a few portraits standing in the water, which I have to say, was cold but felt refreshing given the heat.
If you’ve been putting off planning your senior portrait session because it seems like a lot of work, just get in touch! We help you through the entire process, whether it’s choosing your location, giving advice on attire and outfits, or selecting the best portraits to hang on the walls of your family room. Your senior portrait experience can be relaxing and maybe …even fun! 🙂
It’s always fun to do senior photos someplace local, someplace meaningful. Or, in the very least, someplace that is amazingly gorgeous! And that’s what Mill Creek Park is — gorgeous. You might know it as the Library Park, because the Dexter District Library overlooks the park. Or maybe you know the park as Warrior Creek Park….which it was formerly named in years past. Whatever you call it, the park is gorgeous.
Let’s just say, if you’re thinking about doing senior photos at Mill Creek Park in Dexter, you won’t be disappointed. I love the boat launch steps, the walking path under the bridge, the grassy natural areas, and even the playground. Mill Creek Park offers a nice variety of settings for most types of portrait photography sessions — and, most importantly, there are some nice shady spots to keep you out of the heat of the midday sun!
Here’s a sibling portrait session I did at Mill Creek Park this summer. N. is a senior at Dexter High School, while C. is a junior this year. It was nice to get photos of both of them during this senior and not-quite-yet-senior photo shoot!
Since you might want to see what some other parts of Mill Creek Park look like, here’s another senior photo session that we did there. Well, at least partly. Madison’s senior portrait session took place in downtown Dexter, and included some senior photos at Mill Creek Park in Dexter too. I love the one of her with her black lab. So adorable!
I’ve done various other senior portrait sessions at Mill Creek Park over the years.. the water is almost always nice to wade in, and feels great during hot summer Michigan days. On rare occasion the water is too high, and the current too fast, but usually my older (i.e. teen or adult) clients are able to comfortably wade into the shallows of the water. Here’s a few photos from a teen photo session at Mill Creek Park….
And for those of you who remember what Mill Creek Park was like before the boardwalk and other improvements went in, I haven’t forgotten either. Here are a few senior photos at Mill Creek Park when it was still known as Warrior Creek Park. Amazing how quickly we grow accustomed to new improvements, huh?
As an aside, there’s another nice park in Dexter that’s similar, but a little different — Hudson Mills Metropark. I’ve done senior portraits there too. If you want to take a peek, you can view Luke’s senior portrait at Hudson Mills Metropark. Here’s a teaser of his senior portrait blog post:
If you want to explore Mill Creek Park a little more, you might check out this blog post of mine about Mill Creek Park in Dexter. I have a few more recent sessions on the schedule to share with you at Mill Creek Park, so if you’re dying to see more senior photos at Mill Creek Park in Dexter, definitely sign up for my email updates so you won’t miss those posts.
If you want to learn more about planning your senior portrait session at Mill Creek Park (or elsewhere), please contact the studio today. We definitely are in a busy season right now, but should be able to fit you in before your yearbook deadline.
I photographed the A. Family when this cute little girl was just a newborn. And now here we are, doing a family portrait already… she’s grown so much! There is nothing more exciting than getting to watch my clients’ children grow up into their own little selves. Oh, I guess there’s one thing almost as good… and that’s when my clients bring their pets to the portrait session. I love including animals in family photos (or any type of portrait photo, for that matter!).
I’d love to talk with you about planning a fun family portrait session — whether or not you have pets to include! Call the studio today at 734-424-0472 to start planning for your next family photo.