If the winter season is your slow season like it is ours, it's the perfect time to get some great process and portrait photos done that highlight who you are and what you do. That way all your promotional content is ready to go when the weather picks up. And we'd be lying if we said these entrepreneurial process portraits weren't one of our favorite things to work on year to year.
Nate Mitchell of @thenaturalchoicepgh, pictured above, operates a barber shop in Oakland and one in Homewood. #porterlovesphotography
5 151 hours ago
haven't posted deep b&w for a while... here is one of my favs. Happy Monday, everyone!
It’s Monday, I haven’t had coffee yet, we are in the middle of sleep training so I don’t want to think of captions today. I just liked the shot. The end. 🙂
3 313 hours ago
We love photographing weddings at iconic Pittsburgh buildings. The exterior of Soldiers and Sailors is so grand and beautiful!
1 474 hours ago
Happy Monday friends! This a gentle reminder to all 2018 brides...if you're thinking about hiring me to document your love story and haven't booked yet...now is the time to get in touch with me. I only have 2 remaining slots for 2018 weddings. If you consider the two of you to be adventurous, alternative and madly in love, lets chat today about your unique love story!
Hey oh! I hardly ever share personal stuff on here so I thought that it may be fun to share some random facts about me!
1. I am only 5’0”... yep a munchkin. 😂
2. I have never lost a game of Seinfeld scene it and can pretty much relate anything in life back to a situation on the show.
3. I was raised in Pittsburgh but born in Manhattan because my parents did a stint on Broadway.
4. My dad was in the original “Dawn of the dead” and I’ve been obsessed with zombies since I was a little girl because of it.
5. I studied film in college and thought that I was going to make movies for a living.
6. I have shot over 200 weddings at this point in my career!
Your turn! Tell me the most random thing about yourself!!
The Big Easy was a lot of fun! We got to experience the never ending party of Bourbon street but also to get to know the history behind this full of culture city through a fun biking tour (highly recommended)! I ate all the beignets I could and we tried all the Creole goodies, and yes, we had a couple of cocktails too 😉 it was our fifth wedding anniversary after all!
Visited New Orleans fue muy divertido! No solo pudimos ser parte de la fiesta que nunca acaba sino que también conocimos la historia detrás de esta ciudad llena de cultura,a través de un Tour en bicicleta (muy recomendado)! Yo me comí todos los "beignets" que pude y probamos toda la comida local, y también los cócteles 😉 después de todo estábamos celebrando nuestro quinto aniversario de bodas!