Christmas is over, and Spring is still a couple months away. Now is the time of year when everything seems to slow down while we all wait for warmer weather.
This is a slow time of year for photographers, too, so we’re offering a special deal for those of you looking for new portraits. Book your regular or mini session between now and the end of February and take $10 off. That means our 1 hour session is $40 and our half hour mini session is only $25!
During this time we will not be booking any outdoor sessions, but our studio is available, or we can even hold your session in your own home. Contact us by email at email@example.com or by phone at (816) 332-0470 to book your session today! Hurry, though, because this deal is only good for sessions scheduled through the end of February!
Christmas weekend is nearly upon us, and we’re down to our last post before Christmas day. Our friends Stacy and Aimee came over a couple nights ago and got into the Christmas spirit, and now we’re happy to share these photos from their session with you.
We’ve been feeling the holiday spirit around here lately, and our friends have been joining in on the fun. The always captivating Lady J stopped by the studio the other night and helped us create some fun, festive images that we hope you’ll enjoy as much as we do.
Our friend Anya Neeze came over to the studio the other day to shoot a Christmas session with us. She’s a burlesque performer, so the session was both naughty and nice. We’re going to start with the nice portion of the photo shoot and save the naughty portion for later.
The big steam locomotive that came through Kansas City a while back, came back through on the return trip to Cheyenne, WY a few days before Halloween, and we were fortunate enough to have the time between all of our other photo projects at the time to get some more photos of the train on its way into town.
We’re changing things up a little bit today, with our first male model in this series of Halloween-themed photos. Bailey’s brother, Nash, was kind enough to sit for a quick session in the studio and become Frankenstein’s monster.