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Welcome to my new photography blog. Paper Lantern Photography is my little nook and outlet for creativity. Check in often to see what/who I’ve been meeting. I will always try to post a sneak peek from new sessions.

I’m a mom to highly energetic toddler twin boys. They are my inspiration for photography and the reason I strive to be a better photographer. Watching them play makes me want to save every single moment before they grow up. I want to document their bonding, fighting, and view on the world. Being with them helps me understand that it is important to capture these memories. It helps me to connect to my clients and strive to freeze those memories for them. Whether you are celebrating a milestone, expecting a new addition, or just out for some fun, I would like to be your lifestyle photographer.

My style of photography is a little unique from your typical studio. I tend to be more natural, fresh, and on-location. My editing style is simple and I don't process your photographs with the latest fad. My goal is to capture your lifestyle and create photographs that are timeless. You will walk away with original photos which you will treasure forever.

Enjoy browsing my blog and email me to set up a session!

-Christie

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Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Yum! Look at this album | Northeast Atlanta Metro Photographer

I have just started offering albums as part of my product line. This is my first sample album, and I am so happy that I chose this company. It is GORGEOUS! The quality of the thick pages along with the details of the cover makes it a desired keepsake for your family. These albums are offered in two sizes, 5x5 and 8x8. Choose the 5x5 to display some of your images from one session and the 8x8 album to showcase one session or a compilation of a whole year.

brown album front

brown album corner

brown album copy

brown album open copy

You know you want one!

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