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New Product: Portfolio Box now Available

Have you ever found yourself thinking…

“I love photos, but don’t know where to hang them.”

“I wish I could swap my photos more easily.”

“I want to keep these photos safe and beautifully preserved, but also easy to access and appreciate.”

You are not alone!

Last year we had multiple requests for this particular new product, and of course,

We listened!

We are excited to launch the newest addition to our catalog, and along with it this gorgeous Portfolio Box.

Subtle embossing on the cover

Subtle embossing on the cover


What is it you ask?

This stunning, hinged black box is home to your favorite matted images. Choose 10 to 20 images, or pick a few now and add to it over time. The possibilities include:

Child/Family: Growth of your child over the years

Senior: Showcase your personality, style and hobbies

Wedding: Highlight your favorites!

Display one at a time, while the others are preserved in the box

Display one at a time, while the others are preserved in the box

How to enjoy it:

You can store the images in the box,

take them out and frame them,

or place them on an easel and rotate the image throughout the seasons.

The possibilities are endless, and we think you’ll love this new display option. So stop in to see it in person, add it to your next session, or if you’ve been waiting for just the right way to display those photos we’ve already created, give us a call and let’s get his heirloom in your hands!

You’re going to love it!

Your choice of black or white mats

Your choice of black or white mats

Fall Family Portraits in Pittsford NY

As always it's an honor to be asked to photograph a family portrait for another photographer. I love being able to capture beautiful images for someone who rarely gets the time to be in front of the lens. 

However, beautiful family portraits are sometimes hard work to get. As most of you with children know, your babies aren't always camera ready. Erica of Erica Lowenguth Photography, knows what I mean. Again, even a photographer's baby can have a bad day.

Even though her little one wanted nothing to do with me, Erica persevered. She didn't get angry about it. She knew that by doing that, it would only hurt the situation. She was patient and loving, and she hugged them tightly until finally we saw some smiles towards the end. I could learn a lot about being a better Mom from her!

It was hard work, but this Momma's worth it, and deserves to have beautiful images of herself with her babies. Thankfully, I believe we were able to achieve that goal! ~ Erin