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Spring Mini Sessions

Update: We’re SOLD OUT!!
Update! Due to the early Spring weather, Mini Sessions have been moved up to March 11th!

Mini Sessions, Charlotte NC, Family Photographer

Ya’ll… these nice early spring days are giving me life!  I can’t wait to not feel cold all the time and walk outside without a jacket. And while I don’t advocate tanning… I seriously cannot wait to not be pasty white. Bring me that vitamin D!

This location is by far my favorite to shoot at in the Spring. It’s just so magical and dreamy, and with room to run it’s absolutely perfect for photos.

Spring mini sessions will be held at Anne Springs Close Greenway in the peach orchards (yay!). I always mix candid and posed shots to make sure we capture personality as well as prints for your wall, so no worries about things being too stiff.

All sessions are 45 minutes long, include an online gallery and $200 print credit (and of course, in home consults/mock ups are always available if you need help deciding which prints to hang on your walls). I sent a Facebook blast out last week, and a few slots are already booked, so make sure you get in touch soon if you’re wanting to take advantage of these once a year blooms.

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!).

Get [Together]: The McIntyre’s

It’s amazing how life comes full circle… 8 years ago I was diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancer and was introduced to Dr. Kristin Wagner (now McIntyre).  She was probably my favorite part of going through that journey (can you have a favorite part of walking through cancer?), and surprisingly I missed seeing her face after the ordeal was over.  After I had Ian, my OB wanted me to go back to Dr. Wagner just to ensure everything with my thyroid was still fine… which it was.  However, during the visit we had the opportunity to talk about our life changes… me, now with a kid… and her, very obviously pregnant.  When I mentioned I was no longer working for Starbucks and doing photography full time, she asked if I photographed families and I immediately said “Yes!”  About 2 weeks later I got a text message, we set up the session and voila… magic.

To see Kristin interact and love on Elizabeth just warmed my heart… there is no love like a mother and daughter have.  I caught myself smiling through the editing process, and while I may have gone black and white overboard I don’t think the timelessness of the moments would have allowed me to do anything less.  I was thrilled when her husband, Larry, was able to join us for the last part of the session so I could meet the family of three before the final chapter is added later on this week.  I’m thankful that Dr. Wagner isn’t fully removed from my life, but that our relationship has just taken a new bend.  Enjoy!