I promise I’m catching up on blogging!
This sweet baby girl isn’t walking yet, so I haven’t completely lost it 😉
March is bringing LOTS of babies to the studio, along with THREE announcement sessions. I looooove knowing secrets before everyone else!
If you are expecting a baby in 2017 and you know you might want to hire me, get in touch!
I only take a limited number of newborns each month, so that I can give everyone personalized attention.
What does that mean? It means hire me when you know you love me. I tend to book newborns 3+ months in advance, so put “find a photographer” at the top of your to-do list.
Lentille Photography is a Houston Newborn Photographer who specializes in maternity, newborn, and family photography in Houston, Texas and surrounding areas including Sugar Land, Katy, Richmond, The Heights, and Bellaire.
Hi, and thank you so much for reading this blog post. I love featuring my clients’ images here, and this will give you a glimpse into what you will receive when you commission me to be your Houston Newborn Photographer.
If you would like to see what an entire gallery looks like, please don’t hesitate to ask. My favorites are posted here, but all of the images you receive are worthy of being in a frame or an album!
If you have booked a session with me and are drawn to this session, please feel free to send me this link, so I can see exactly what you are wanting to take away from our time together.
If you are you interested in a custom portrait session with Lentille Photography and would like more information, please click here to see the experience.
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If you would like to reserve your date on my calendar, please click on the contact button above or email me directly at email@example.com.
Sessions are currently booking well into 2017, so please inquire when you know you’d like a session.
Due to the custom nature of portrait sessions, I take a limited number of clients each month.
I find such joy in capturing a family’s story and would be honored to help you tell yours!
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