Posts Tagged: outdoor photography

What inspires Nathan, photographer of Porter Loves

When I was a child, my father gave me a camera. It was a manual film camera, not the digital ones I use today, and I was enthralled by figuring it out. I learned every aspect of photography that I could from that camera, then moved on to the next, and so on for many… Read more »

What it’s like to work with Nathan

Many times when you’re looking for a family photographer, you look for referrals from people who have worked with the photographer. While we’re happy to share those with you, I wanted to offer my own unique perspective since I’ve observed Nathan work for many years. (By the way, this is Sam. Maybe one day, Porter… Read more »

You Don’t Have to be Perfect to have a Picture Taken

As you can tell, we have a thread of not needing to be perfect running through our business’s core values. Obviously, we do the best work we can for you, but we don’t feel like you need to look or act or feel perfect to have photos taken. We understand that there is a lot… Read more »

Even “bad” photos make memories

We believe that every photo has the ability to be a good photo. In other words, there are no such things as bad photos. Well, maybe if a photo is out of focus and the color balance is totally off. Then, maybe that would just make it an artsy image, not a bad one; however,… Read more »