Month: February, 2010

Loves to be Held {Rochester, MN newborn photographer}

February 24, 2010

I had the privilege of helping welcome this little man into the world last month. Like so many little babies, he loves being held close, especially by mommy. In the first image, he’s just 10 days old. I went back a few weeks later and captured some more images for his 5-week birthday. He had changed so much, and I remembered just how fleeting the new-new-new newborn stage really is …

Schedule your sessions now! Session fee increasing April 1

February 22, 2010

If you’ve been wanting to schedule a portrait session with me, NOW is the time to call! As of April 1, my session fee will increase to $25.

But I don’t want to leave you without a little gift. :) If you call me by March 15 and schedule your session by May 1, you can still get my free session fee. Plus, you will automatically get 50% off all future session fees for life! You will always pay HALF of what others pay, but you need to call me by March 15 and your session must occur by May 1 to get this deal.

Portrait sessions can be outside, in your home, or at one of your favorite locations. Call me for ideas — there are lots of places to go in and around Rochester, even in winter!

Oldies, but Goodies

February 18, 2010

From April 2008, almost two years ago. Taken with my trusty Rebel XT 350D (now my backup camera) and nifty fifty lens …

dirty. happy.


More Custom Templates!

February 10, 2010

I’m so excited to offer even more birth announcement templates. Of course, these could be used for birthday invitations, Christmas cards and more. These templates feature fantastic designs from generous photographers and talented artists and are fully customizable. My full template gallery is here. Previews of the newest designs are posted below.

available in both boy and girl colors

girl only designs

templates appropriate for boys or girls

A new favorite {Rochester, MN newborn photography}

February 9, 2010

Now that I’ve finished editing my second newborn gallery, I think I have a new favorite image from the session. I was experimenting with negative space — the use of blank space in an image to draw the viewer’s attention to the image subject. I hope I succeeded!