Thank you so much for stopping by. I will be taking 2018 as a creative sabbatical and will not be booking any clients for the year. I appreciate all of my wonderful and amazing clients and look forward to working with you in the future.
All my best, Pam
Senior Picture Choices due to me by December 1.
For Christmas Delivery:
Print Products must be placed with me by December 5 to ensure delivery by December 15.
Album Orders must be placed by November 30. *Not all albums are guaranteed for Christmas Delivery. The deadline for some of the custom albums has already passed.
The office will be closed from December 15, 2016, through January 4, 2017.
Okay, can we just all agree that there must be something in the water here? I keep meeting these incredible, talented, awesome Bozeman seniors. These girls are amazing, through and through, and I have a blast getting to know them. xo, pam
I think it goes without saying that we had an AWESOME time during this senior session, but I’ll say it anyway. I had a blast, and I love these images from this beautiful girl’s shoot. Enjoy. xo, pam
As a photographer, there are always those images that take your breath away. Sometimes they’re planned, and other times, they’re completely out of the blue. A moment captured in time in a way that you didn’t foresee. A movement or an emotion that you knew was happening when you pressed the shutter release, but that you might not have known just how raw or pure or beautiful it was. These are the best surprises, the little gems that you might even pass over the first time you flip through the images, but which catch your eye and make you go back to that image again and again. These are the hidden beauties that make photography such an addictive form of expression, knowing that among every single set of images you make, there will be these lovely little surprises sprinkled all throughout.
There are times when I’ve been so busy that I don’t get to start editing images from a session for several days or even a couple of weeks, so what happens is this: I upload all of my images immediately following my session. I sit down and mark at least 20 of my favorites. I might even go ahead and give in to the urge to edit a couple of them. And then I continue on with the client on whose images I was already working, leaving the new gallery alone until I get to it in my workflow. And upon my return to this new gallery, bam, I find the hidden gems. You see, upon this return, I’m no longer working with the emotions and expectations I had at the end of the session; at this point, I’m working with fresh eyes and new emotions, and this is when I’ll see the shot that I might have passed over initially. Maybe I passed it over because it wasn’t perfectly sharp, or maybe I was looking in color at an image that belonged in black-and-white, or maybe I just wasn’t seeing. Until I was.
Summer is flying by, is it not?! Here are few images of this absolutely gorgeous senior. Enjoy! xoxo
Lately, I’ve been pulling out my film cameras more and more, as I yearn for the simplicity of analog days. I took this image of my daughter sleeping in my bed earlier this summer. It’s grainy and soft, and I absolutely love it. (Shot with Canon EOS 1V Camera, 85mm lens, Fuji 400H Film)
Here are a few of my favorites from an evening senior session earlier this month. What started out with a torrential downpour turned into an exquisitely beautiful evening in the mountains right outside of Bozeman, complete with sunshine, glassy water, incredible skies, majestic mountains, and one absolutely wonderful young woman. Enjoy. xoxo, pam