Your family portrait shouldn’t just capture a series of forced smiles on the faces of your loved ones at a particular point in time. It should illustrate something about who you are and the relationships you share. That’s why I take the time to know the individuals I photograph before the shutter button is pressed. Whether that means learning about a fourth grader’s hobbies, hearing the story of a couple’s first date, or interviewing a family about the last movie they saw together, I strive to provide a comfortable and friendly atmosphere for my clients. I realize that you can visit the local chain studio and take home “sheets” of pictures for little money, so I make your experience with Long Shots different.
Have you ever gone to a photo shoot and, after all the pictures were snapped and you were viewing the results, been shocked to discover that none of the photos were what you wanted? At Long Shots, I don’t maintain a hectic pace that limits our shooting time, and we can review our shots as the session progresses to be sure they meet your expectations.
High volume studios can capture a portrait of your family, but if you’re looking for something special, consider a consultation with me. I take your decision to invest in my services seriously. I’m determined to delight you with the resulting product, whether that’s a large wall print taken at your family homestead, or custom Christmas cards to share with your friends. Your portraits will be printed at a high quality lab so they can be enjoyed for generations.