Working in photography for many years, I’ve witnessed the transition from film to digital photography, and I’ve seen the benefits of both. Film kept things intentional and ensured everyone had a print to hold, frame, display, and archive. Digital photography has brought us the ability to share our stories and pictures with everyone, in an instant. My relationship with both forms of photography is complicated. I love the ease and experimentation of digital photography, but fear we risk losing important, physical pieces of our history in the “clouds.”
My work, although mostly digital, is firmly rooted in what I love most about film photography. Every client I work with leaves my studio with both a heirloom art product they’ve select to tell their story and digital media files to share with family and friends in seconds.
I have a home studio, but don’t necessarily shoot there. We will work together to determine the best location for your shoot. Session locations can range from my studio to your home to a favorite park to a local carnival — wherever your family is most comfortable making memories.
My studio is where clients select the pictures from our session to tell their unique story. Timeless, beautiful, authentic, and straightforward documentation is always my goal.
Head over to kellyfitzgeraldstudio.com for a further look into my studio and what I can offer you, your family and your future generations.