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Laura Novak of Little Nest Portraits shares her expertise with us today... It has always been my goal at Little Nest to create an environment where clients are reminded of the little things that they cherish about their kids; we structure our studios around that goal and we structure our product selection around that goal. When it comes down to it, we value families and family relationships and Little Nest has developed a loyal, passionate customer following because many people appreciate the same things we do. Connecting with clients is the reason I am a portrait photographer; and since customer interaction plays such a role in the everyday mechanics of running a photography business, I spend a good amount of time brainstorming ways to strengthen that connection.
In-home photography sessions capture the subtle magic of family life. Professional in-home photographers Clare Barker Wells and Yasmina Cowan of The He(art) of Home, share their insight on the top 3 mistakes photographers should avoid during in-home sessions.