Category Archives: Families

Photog-Mom Class!


I’ve come across so many parents that have received or bought really nice cameras thinking the gear would improve their photographs, and while this is true to an extent, we all know that a cook is what makes the batter great.  So how do you become a great cook?  You learn… you follow the recipe! And learning your camera is no different.

On Saturday, February 6th I will be hosting a Photog-Mom class in Ballantyne. Class will be from 10-2 with lunch provided.  You will need to bring your camera, as hands-on instruction is vital in helping you become more comfortable with your particular model.  Cost is only $99 and I even have gift certificates available if you want to make this a Christmas gift! Get that camera off auto and take some great photos of your kids this year!

Email me at: rachel@rachelfeskophotography.com to register or get more information!  Excited to see you in February!

Announcing: Spring Mini Sessions!

Spring has sprung!!  And you know what THAT means!  RFP’s annual spring mini’s!
We only have a limited number of sessions available!

Session will be styled with a fun tee-pee and hanging lanterns… perfect for that spring look!

Images will arrive in time for Father’s Day
If you have any questions please let me know… otherwise…  shoot me an email at
rachel@rachelfeskophotography.com
to book your time slot (these will go quickly!).

Baby Grant

“Two tiny feet,
That wave in the air…
Two tiny hands,
That tug at your hair..
And an adorable little face,
A bundle of joy to love & embrace.”

I don’t claim to be a newborn photographer… but I love it when I have clients that trust me to photograph all of their major life events.  I was so honored when Jenn asked me to photograph Charlotte when she was born, and even more thrilled when she called again and asked me to photograph Grant… their newest addition.

Just like his sister, Grant did not want to sleep for our session, so we couldn’t pull off the typical newborn poses; but his little smile and gaze just captivated me.
He was so precious, and hope those blue eyes stay put just like Charlotte’s did!

little miss charlotte… now 18 months! I can’t believe I photographed her that long ago!