Studio photography used to be the industry standard. If you wanted a family photo, you went into a photo studio and had a portrait made.
That was how it was done—for years.
But styles change, and after a while, it became much more common for a family to meet their photographer in a park or in their own home.
When I started in the 1990s, the most popular style among family photographers was photojournalism, a move away from the traditional studio portrait.
That then gave way to lifestyle, which has since remained the norm. I however, have always LOVE the look of studio photography, and strive to provide my clients with something modern, but also classic.
So What Is Modern Studio Photography?
I think for many, the idea of studio photography recalls the days of over lit, over posed, department store photos.
That is NOT what you’ll get at my studio.
My approach to studio photography is much more modern.
I will never use props or pose your baby in an unnatural way. Instead, I aim to capture them as they are. I want their personality to shine through! And I feel that the simple look of studio portraits helps me do that!
When in the studio, your baby and your family are the focus…. not the location or the background.
My goal is to create images that will stand the test of time.
A modern twist on a classic look!