Reflecting on 2018 leaves me feeling quite proud, thankful, and fulfilled! This photography business has blossomed exponentially, and that is due to all of the wonderful clients and mentors I have met along the way! Nothing would have been possible without these people!
I took the year as an opportunity to explore a variety of photography genres from outdoor natural light to studio settings. From newborn, to maternity, from families to extended families, I experienced all forms of family photography sessions. I also ventured into high school senior portraits as well as engagement photography and assisting at weddings. This time of exploration introduced me to many wonderful people including photographers, models, and the sweetest clients!
The year has also brought accomplishments and philanthropic opportunities. I am so very thankful for making front cover of Iconic Child magazine. It was such an honor!
In addition, I have donated my time and photography to the Mercy Run organization that provides resources for families who have lost a child/ sibling. I enjoyed photographing their annual fundraiser Fun Run/ 5k/ 10K event. Giving my time to this cause is near and dear to me as I know the grief encountered with losing a sibling. I also had the pleasure of offering complimentary family photo sessions to six first responder families during the DFW 9/11 First Responder Event. It is my pleasure to invest my time in non profit organizations that connect with me deeply.
The goal for 2019 is to hone in on my specialities and further develop my art to serve my clients with the very best quality and costumer service. I am so appreciative of the fact that my clients have trusted me completely with capturing their family bonds. Preserving these moments is the most precious gift I can provide.
Cheers to 2019! May we all have a prosperous year!
I had the best time photographing this group of girls for the Boho Editorial Shoot I hosted at Covenant Studios in Hurst, Tx. The mix of personalities was perfect. It is wonderful to see girls just meet and bond almost instantly! The wardrobes are a mix of casual and sophisticated bohemian chic. It was really perfect how it all came together!
View information about studio photography with Jennifer Carley Photography. Jennifer enjoys working in the studio setting, and working with clients on styling ideas.
With the weather being incredibly chilly this winter, Valentines sessions are indoors! The outdoor elements are not a battle. We don’t have to worry about wind knocking over the backdrop or it being too cold to wear the planned outfit. This time of year, Dallas weather is unpredictable!
This year there are two options for backdrops. One option includes pink, red, and gold tassels while the other is a fabric garland of red, white, and pail blues. This gives options for both boys and girls. Older siblings can opt to have a portrait taken without the Valentines banners.
Dress options are available for girls in sizes 12 months to 12 years old! I am so excited about this. As time passes, the dress collection will expand.
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It is with great excitement I launched a studio! With the chilly temperatures here in Dallas during this month of January, I made it possible to offer photography indoors for my clients! I have created a classic, clean, simple studio with loads of natural light. Two of my favorite girls came in for a session! We had fun with the theme of glitz and glam as well as cozy winter! It was nice that the weather did not interfere with the wardrobe. After all, we were indoors, so it didn’t matter!
Let’s begin with a little sparkle! The girls are wearing dresses offered in my studio wardrobe collection.