Baby A. and her parents came in this summer for her newborn portraits! She was such a good baby; aside from not wanting to fall asleep, we had no trouble creating these lovely portraits of the happy new family. This
The F. family had their family portrait created earlier this month. Thankfully, we didn’t schedule their session for one of the really hot/humid days we’ve had during July… and there was a nice breeze the day of the session too!
Margarete recently came to the studio for an updated professional portrait. She’s a music teacher in the Canton area — I actually took piano lessons from her during high school. She was (and is!) a great teacher, and really challenged
Ms. M came to the studio this summer to have me create a new business portrait for her. We went with something simple and classy; I love the sepia toning in this image.
Well, the little one is growing quickly. It seems like only yesterday that we were doing his newborn portraits… These portraits I created needed to be shared before he “outgrows” them too!
Atlanta, GA — Portrait Photographs created by Betsy Finn of Betsy’s Photography in Dexter have been accepted into the General Collection of Professional Photographers of America’s 2011 International Photographic Competition. Finn’s work will be on display at the Ernest N.
This month marked Vanessa’s trip to the studio for her one year portrait session! We had a little party to celebrate, of course… and Vanessa got her first taste of yummy cupcake goodness. Amusingly enough, she wasn’t too keen on
You might remember the Brewer family from their maternity portraits a while back. Anyways, the Brewer family came back to the studio once baby arrived to have their new family portrait created! And of course, so that we could create
A. came to the studio to have me create some artistic portraits of her, and I think we definitely succeeded. I love the leading lines in these portraits, and how the abstract imagery is!
Chet came to the studio this winter for his senior portrait session. While it was too chilly (and snowy!) to do much outside, we did create some great-looking portraits of him with his football jerseys and helmet.
Sometimes it can be tough to figure out where exactly in your home you’d like to display your family portrait. Common places that my clients typically want to adorn with portrait art include over their fireplace, in their front entryway,
Here are some portraits from the Brewer’s maternity session! Unfortunately dad wasn’t able to be present for the session, so mom invited her mother to come along! It’s a family portrait that includes three generations of women (if you count
Baby Finn is getting closer than ever to arriving! Before his arrival though, we decided to ask our good friend, Liz Vance (she’s a great baby photographer in the DC area), to document the pregnancy and create some lovely maternity
The H. family had everyone in town over the holidays, and of course they contacted us to plan a portrait session at their home! We kept things simple, since the entire family group was so large. It takes some time
Well, with two active kittens, this year we didn’t incorporate our furbabies into our annual Finn family portrait… but they did have their 9 month portraits taken individually. I can’t believe Cinnamon and Ginger are 9 months old already! They’ll
The F. Family came to the studio this winter to have their family portrait created. No, they’re not relatives of mine, but the whole family was truly a pleasure to be around. From baby on up, everyone was well behaved…
Earlier this fall, the M. family and I planned an outdoors portrait session in the Dexter area. The family liked the idea of incorporating the old Dexter Train Depot — so off we went! Here are two images from their
C. came to the studio for a simple senior portrait session. We ended up with a few favorites — but this was the “best!” Simple, painless, and of course good results… what more can you ask for?