“If I heard her say it once, I heard her say it a million times: ‘If the house is on fire, we have to grab all those family pictures!’”
Holly and Keith Howe gave the gift of photography to COVID-19 frontline workers.
Aly Elliott's photo series “Hiraeth” gives grieving families a glimpse of their lost child and a way to keep them in the family.
As soon as a camera enters the scene, subjects tend to clam up. So Shalonda Chaddock distracts them by incorporating games into her sessions, making for lots of movement in her photos.
Shalonda Chaddock incorporates games and prompts into family portrait sessions to create a fun and engaging experience for clients.
Photographers are adapting their businesses in the midst of coronavirus restrictions.
A well-defined workflow that highlights the customer experience is one way infant photographer Alison Winterroth guarantees her success.
Tampa photographer Alison Winterroth creates delightfully uncomplicated baby portraits.
Kira Derryberry's creative photography projects for parents and their kids cheer up those staying at home during the 2020 pandemic.
Environmental portrait photography Don MacGregor offers his best tips for creating environmental portraits of families
Carefully designed environmental portrait photographs can create significant purchasing desire and ultimately higher sales.
By restructuring everything from pricing to profit margins, Sandra Coan built one of the most successful portrait studios in the Seattle area.
A photo gallery of Lisa Holloway's family and child portrait photography
Family portrait photographer Kim Hildebrand discusses how she got into the in-home family portrait niche
Kim Hildebrand shares advice for getting families into natural poses for photo sessions in their own homes.