Posts tagged portrait photographer
Posts tagged portrait photographer
Whether you’re in need of photos for the holidays or you’ve been waiting to get family photos made, now is your opportunity with RTC PhotoWork!
Hear from one of my first Origins: Breastfeeding clients, Shannon, had to say on having photos created to document this huge part of her relationship with Jackson.
Let me add: It has been beyond an honor to create breastfeeding photography for the families I have worked with so far. For me, it’s seeing into such a personal part of these women that few people see, and it has been incredible to be trusted into their space to tell their stories in this way.
Celebrate what defines you.
Don’t forget if you or someone you know is expecting and is in her 3rd trimester! I am hosting maternity mini sessions this fall. I have opened them up to nursing moms who would like to try out the RTC PhotoWork experience as well! Limited sessions, so go here for more information or just call (682.553.3644) or email me ASAP!
If you or someone you know is breastfeeding and interested in a nursing photography session, contact me using the contact form or send me an email. Don’t worry about your child’s age or if you want to keep your images private! I don’t discriminate against full-term or tandem breastfeeding, and I only share images I have permission to share. Also, I am currently offering a discount on these nursing sessions to those who pay the session reservation fee before October 10. Contact me ASAP for details!
If you would like to get on the email list to find out about other mini sessions and other specials throughout the year before the public, sign up here. I know how crowded inboxes get with notifications of everything, so don’t be afraid of having constant emails from me—I won’t let that happen.
Oh yeah! All photos and written content on RTC PhotoWork blog are copyright to RTC PhotoWork. None of these photos are to be printed or posted anywhere, whether in part or in whole, unless given the express permission of RTC PhotoWork. Please contact me at Tamara@RTCPhotoWork.com for permission if you would like to repost any images or content.
My first twins newborn session, and it was with my little nephews, Braydon and Bentley! As it turned out, they were having a really rough morning and had a really rough night the night before. One of the upsides of having the newborn session before 2 weeks is up is they usually don’t have that schedule change until after 2 weeks, but we worked it out at their session anyway. It just took a couple of tries and switches before we really got going, but once we got started it was a breeze!
Picking up on the second half of my thoughts on breastfeeding in our society. Last time, I covered the real problems women and families have with breastfeeding when they want to do it. The real problems aren’t pain or low supply; the problems are within our society and it’s lack of want to help mothers and families work through those and other issues. It’s the bad information out there. But, it’s not all bad. Breastfeeding gets a lot of bad press, but there is so much good in it.
Breastfeeding…Somehow it’s a controversial topic. Somehow female/parenting guilt, mom wars, bad press, mixed messages from the scientific/medical community, our society’s confusion over the body and sexuality, people loving to tell horror stories of any kind, and that elephant in the room—fear—have all collided into one discussion and taken away from what breastfeeding is. I know this is a difficult subject for many. I know this is a tricky topic for a business owner to speak on, and I’m trusting that you will hear me out. I’m not here to convince anyone if or how to breastfeed. That is not up to me. That is up to you to get educated on the topic, to weigh it all out, and to listen to your gut. Don’t just listen to what your best friend, mother, cousin, or even your partner says. That goes for any parenting advice/support. Listen to your intuition and your value system.