Fresno Portrait Photographer by
Bessie Young Photography
“It’s one thing to make a picture of what a person looks like, it’s another thing to make a portrait of who they are.” – Paul Caponigro
Being able to capture a moment in time and cherish that moment forever is priceless. Days go by with a blink of an eye in today’s busy world. We often forget to stop and take a moment to cherish what we have.
Photography is the perfect way to help you capture your life. We need to have printed pictures as a memory that we can look at forever. This is something that I truly believe in.
Photography is my true passion and portraits and wedding photography is what I specialize in. Taking pictures of babies, families, children, and such is what I love to do. I want to be able to capture memories through my lens.
I am a lifestyle photographer with an Artsy side. The Knot had a great article about photography styles.
“Lifestyle photography is photojournalism redefined. It’s candid, yet done so with some direction and styling — it has an approachable feel and a relaxed result. A good photographer will look for moments but also set the scene, says Zepeda”.
“Not all portraits have to be a couple in full frame looking at the camera,” says photographer Angelica Glass. “With Pinterest taking over weddings, it’s easy for things to look similar — when you can deliver unique and artistic moments that are only for that couple, it becomes very special.” Photography is not just about the photographer. A couple’s willingness to have fun and enjoy the moment can take a photo to the next level, Glass says.
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I invite you to a special session with me. Allow me to capture your moments and create images that you will cherish forever.
If you are ready to have me photograph you, your family, or your big day please contact me directly at email@example.com
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Some lovely quotes that inspire me about being a portrait photographer :
“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.” -Ansel Adams
“A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it.” – Edward Steichen