While your sequestered in your houses, let me swing by and take a no-contact portrait of you and your family at your front door!
While I don’t offer birth photography anymore, when my own kiddos are so young and last minute child care is super challenging, I do offer Fresh-48 Sessions. These special sessions are done wherever your baby was born, within the first 48-hours of his/her birth. These can be a wonderful alternative to the boutique newborn sessions. They are so special because you get to capture those magical moments from your child’s first days, as they form their bond with their siblings, grandparents, and of course you! It’s corny, I know, but I need a box of tissues when I edit these…
Two Location Choices, Two Dates, Three Package Choices! I know there was a delay in getting this information out to you, but I think my brain melted last week. Triple digits with no air conditioning will do that to you! Here is all you need to know. You are finding out first, so book those dates as soon as you can. I will be posting this on social media directly after I send the newsletter out to you, so don’t delay! Dates: Sunday, October 8th at Hoyt Arboretum AND Sunday, October 15th at Tryon Creek State Park Packages: Apple Package: $250 –…
How does aperture affect each photo and how can manipulating the depth-of-field improve your photography?
Awards Best of Portland Newborn Portrait Photographers 2016-2017 Viewbug Member Selection, 2016 Viewbug Winter Staff Selection, 2015 Viewbug Winter Staff Selection, 2015 2017, NAPCP Monthly Feature and International Finalist PUBLICATIONS Published by the National Association of Professional Child Photographers ‘An Adorable Family Session in a Meadow’, Kerry McFarland Siblings in the Sunshine, with Kerry McFarland Commercial Work…
Thank you NAPCP for the winning feature this week! The theme for this contest was ‘hair’. Rock on!
How to deal with the shy child, and the outgoing ham, and get down to the fun business of photographing little ones!
How can perspective affect your photography?
Photography tips and a bit on what I’ve learned through the years