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This years sessions will be held on the following dates. All other dates, times, sets and locations will be subject to availability and standard portrait pricing.
Pricing for these dates can be found here.
For full details and to pay your deposit click here.
Fall & Classic outdoor sessions
These sessions will be held in one of three locations dependent on date, time and what the leaves decide to do during the time of your session. Location will be discussed upon scheduling. Good for families or children of sitting age as well as couples. Pets are also welcome at specific locations.
Saturday, Oct. 15 & 22
Tuesday, October 25
Wednesday, October 26
Urban Outdoor Sessions, Studio Holiday and Studio Simplicity Sessions
Urban sessions will be held in Camp Washington near the American Sign Museum.
Studio Sessions will be held at Studio N Photography in Westwood.
Themes and sets for Holiday sessions will be posted when sample sessions are complete. Studio Sessions are good for children of sitting age and groups of up to 3 children. Simplicity sessions you will have your choice of 3 backdrops and are good for families of up to 5 and couples. Contact the studio if you have more than 5 in your family and are interested in a studio session.
These sessions can be scheduled on any of the following days:
Monday through Thursday between October 17-November 22nd
One Saturday only, November 5th
2016 Limited Edition Themed Session
Window Shopping on Main Street at The American Sign Museum
These sessions are good for families and children of sitting age as well as couples.
Thursday, October 27th 4-8 pm
Wednesday, November 9th 4-8 pm
To schedule your appointment call 513-245-1097 or email natalie@studioNphotography.com
A non refundable session fee will be required to hold your session date and time.
I’m just going to go ahead and put this here:
I’m so excited to announce this new line of custom portraiture to Studio N! Special packages and products are now available for your 8-13 year olds! I’m also ecstatic to introduce our first group of 2014-2015 Tween Ambassadors! We had so much fun together at The American Sign Museum. Lots of giggles, singing, and even some dancing! These girls rocked their session and I can’t wait to meet your Tweens in the coming months! Sessions are available on location and in the studio. Hair and makeup options are also available for your group sessions or just for your individual Tween session. These sessions can be for boys too! I can meet you at the skate park, on the baseball field or even down by the stadiums! Call for a custom session consultation and we will pick the perfect place!
What Tween portraits are all about:
This time in your child’s life is rarely documented and its so important to who this person will be for the rest of their life. Tweens change just as rapidly as a preschooler. Their voice, mannerisms, personality and their faces will become so different in just 3 quick years. These years are the last stage of childhood. Not much will change in terms of how they look as teenagers into adulthood.
Tweens can range in age from 8-13. This can be fun for boys or girls. 8-10 may be the younger side but depending on your family dynamic, having siblings in the Tween to teenage range can dictate your child’s mentality and behaviors. If you are thinking about including any children or siblings between the ages of 8 and 10 lets chat so I can get a little more information and background and make sure the session is age appropriate for them as well.
During this stage in your child’s life they are testing and building their self-esteem. Take a look at their Facebook pages and Instagram, the selfies and friend group photos are plastered on their walls. They are searching for an identity and want to show the world their personalities! You will see silly photos of your child with their friends still acting as a child but also their “model look” selfies, establishing themselves with their friends as confident in their skin and “grown up”. This is healthy for self esteem and much needed at this stage in your child’s life. During a session we will cover both sides of your child to show a well-rounded idea of who they are at this time in their life. They will play a major role in clothing, prop and location choices for their session to reveal every aspect of their personalities.
So why should you photograph your Tween?
#1 This is the last time that your kid is a kid.
Nowadays teenagers are very much like 20 year olds, and 12 years olds, well they are nothing like an 18 or 19 year old! Not just in their looks but their personalities. Full fledged teenagers want their freedom and not to be treated like a kid, but Tweens are still straddling that line of not having to look and act so independent.
#2 Photographs are a huge self-esteem booster.
While many think this is an awkward stage of growing, braces and physical changes, children at this age love to feel like a model! This type of session makes them look and more importantly FEEL beautiful in their own skin and they really enjoy the attention. Add hair and makeup to the session for the ultimate rock star experience!
#3 Documenting this time with their friends is very important.
Think about all of the photos we cherish of our friends we grew up with. How often do you look back to those images of your BFF’s from middle school and high school very fondly? This type of session is great for a birthday party get together with close friends or to kick off the beginning or end of the school year. Start off the day with a photo shoot and go into a sleepover night of silly selfies, Instagram posts of behind the scenes images from the session and maybe a sneak peek of images from yours truly to get them excited!
Over the last few weeks I have been going through an overhaul of pricing, procedures and policies for the studio to try and create the best experience possible for all of you! I recently attended the PPA SMS 3 day Business Breakthroughs workshop where all of my business matters were analyzed by A few of the top Portrait Photographers in the Industry. EEK! Talk about scary. Its kind of like going to the principals office only knowing the only thing that will come out of it will be really great things if you can just listen to the advice your peers are giving you and trust that they know what they are talking about! That being said there were lots of sessions going on around that time that I really wanted to post on the blog since Facebook likes to crunch them up and make them much less pretty than they really are. So here you go! I will be trying to post images every Friday as they become available. Hold me to it!
Welcome Baby Madison to the world! Her 5 brothers and sisters and proud Mamma and Pappa couldn’t love her more!
Such a sweet little profile….Mom’s favorite image.
Miss Meadow Mae turned one! We had a big celebration in Youngstown and had to take her Annual (soon to be annual) pool and bathing suit picture! We couldn’t forget her furry brothers for this session…they were beyond thrilled!
Pretty stinkin’ cute right?!
Little Gavin got to have his day to play in the Mud in Youngstown and had a blast! I think Mom, Dad and myself ended up a little dirtier by the end than this guy did!
OH SUMMER! Another Youngstown Session with the amazing Giada and Nicholas! Seriously some cuteness here! I can barely stand it!
Wow, this session!!! Every little thing fell into place (after a rain re-schedule and a second re-schedule to make sure we got the truck) and what an awesome thing to get to do, photograph one of my former photography students and her ADORABLE family!!! Kandice had some great ideas of her own so we worked off of those and I threw some suggestions her way as well to come up with what is pretty much an out of the ball park conceptual/styled session. Kandice’s husband Noah is a performing songwriter (check out his amazing music here.) So we knew that his guitar and all things music should be included in the session. I mentioned how fun it would be to have a classic truck for the session and Kandice jumped on that and got us a truck! What fun! I’ve photographed her little boy Cash in the past and that boy has style all his own, loves hats and I think we made him a cape out of paper last time I photographed him! Little Waylon smiled from the time I laid eyes on him until we left, with those two little bottom teeth sparkling in the sun! That love you see in these images…that’s the real deal. Its no fancy photoshop or posing magic. I barely had to direct these guys on “snuggling” they’ve got the lovin’ part down pat! So happy we got to do this Kandice!!! You guys are amazing!
I’m pretty sure Kandice grabbed a shot of me taking this shot, because I was upside down and he was copying me! So funny!
Her boys love her…