Before every family portrait session I connect with each family to learn more about what they enjoy doing together and also what type of images they enjoy the most and would love to display in their home. Do you prefer more traditional portraits that have you looking and smiling into the camera or do you prefer emotive photographs that allow for interaction with each other, touching and laughing together and show the connection within the family. Daniel and Natalie, like most of my families wanted a mix of both and so that is what we went for during this hour long session.
Everyone who visits Conestoga House and Gardens in Lancaster walks away with awe. It is a beautiful setting for a picnic, reading your book in one of the many quiet spots you will find nestled in the gardens or the perfect setting to get amazing portraits of either yourself, your highschool senior or extended family. Wander through the gallery below to see for yourself…a confident, beautiful young woman in an almost fairy tale setting.
There is nothing that gives me greater joy than serving all of my clients with the same attention to detail and delivering memorable images they will adore. One of the biggest compliments clients give us is sharing their experience with friends and family and thus sending us new clients.
We want to say “Thank You” in return with our referral program. The referral program works for both you and the new clients. It’s a win-win for all of us. A credit in your account to use towards any future session or product, a product credit for the new client and a happy photographer who loves to take your pictures.
Building my family portrait photography business, Heike Martin Photography, this past year could not have happened without you. I am incredibly grateful to all of you who encouraged me to trust in my skills as photographer and take this risk. Enjoy a glimpse through the different sessions and check out the referral rewards program I’m offering to past clients.
One of the first things I do when I visit new friends is look at pictures hanging on their walls, stuck on the refrigerator and standing on shelves. Pictures tell me quite a bit about their family and what they like to do together. Sometimes I find images of Grandpa and Grandma on their wedding day or a family reunion that brought many generations together for once-in-a lifetime face to face visits.