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With as many expenses that families have now a photography session usually, falls by the wayside. For many, it is considered a luxury but for others, it is a necessity.

When I was younger our home burned down and it was a total loss including many childhood and family photographs. So now our generation has become accustomed to archiving digitally. I totally understand why archiving is important but how can you enjoy those memories if they are tucked away on a computer, disc or flash drive?

Believe it or not, there is a solution. Have your favorites printed by your photographer and save your images to archive. It doesn’t have to be one or the other. It is the main reason why I offer both in my photography packages. The only exception is the mini which in fact is merely a way to showcase a snippet in time. They are shorter in session length but give the opportunity to capture certain times in your child’s lives.

If you are going to pay to have those images printed why not get them done professionally? The labs that most photographers use are professional labs that calibrate their printers and ensure the quality of the printed image. These are the prints you will want to feature in your home for years to come.

Do something nice for you and your family that will be cherished for years and generations to come. Schedule a session now while you are thinking of it. They are only this young once and it is the only way to freeze time.

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I had been so excited to be able to capture my kids under one of the large piers on Myrtle Beach.  It was windy and cold but they boys were troopers.

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And the grasses… ohhhh the beautiful beach grasses.

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This trip also included a search for shark teeth but none were found.

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My youngest, who isn’t so young anymore, is always the first one willing to help with location scouting and even wear my favorite colors while doing so.


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