In It For the Long Haul

Updated: Apr 9

When it comes to the professionals you hire, do you play the field or just stick with one? There are perks to developing a LTR (long-term relationship) with your photographer.




"There are a few locations that are very important to us as a family. So when we planned our maternity shoot, Kim ensured that she captured us in our personal favorite spots."


1: They’ve got you They know you, your style, your likes and dislikes. You and your family get to know them and are comfortable with them. As that relationship grows, you’ll avoid having awkward moments in your photos, and each interaction builds more trust and more creativity. Have a shy kiddo? Why take time to build a rapport with a new stranger every year when instead they can look forward to seeing their old friend? That excitement shines through in your images, too.

2: Products They have a high quality, strong product lineup and you can get the same frames this year to add on to last year’s wall gallery. They know how many holiday cards you send out, the size and color of the albums you are collecting, and who is on your gift list. You cut down on unpleasant surprises and you’ll always have a portrait professional who is dedicated to helping you achieve what you are looking for.

3: Reliability We all love knowing what to expect and appreciate those we can count on. When you "go steady" with a family photographer, you will know the whole process; from shoot to final delivery, you will be able to relax and enjoy the process.

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