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  • Zoomoptic Photography

    Zoomoptic Photography is a Frisco-based, portrait photography company who loves people and are passionate about photography. Our differences are truly our strengths. Albums are the heirlooms for your family, and your images will shape how you remember these days for generations.

    I believe in creating timeless, elegant images fit to grace the pages of magazines and tell the unique stories of your family. I'm here to create beautiful, dramatic, personal images that capture your personalities and your day.

    I want our clients to be at ease because the best pictures happen when people feel free to be themselves!

    Every single person is uniquely different from the next so I spend time getting to know each client personally so when we're creating photos together, the images reveal who they truly are.

    I'm a photographic artist specializing in newborn, family, children and wedding photography.

    I graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Master’s in Business Administration degree. 

    In 2012, I began doing freelance photography for several clients who requested my services.This ultimately led me to formally create Zoomoptic Photography, LLC.  I have traveled all over the United States and internationally documenting people’s lives.

    I use high-resolution Nikon digital cameras and lens to capture their photographic images. All photographs are enhanced by using Adobe Photoshop software. I use some of the highest resolution cameras on the market today, creating detailed photographs that bring life to my art.  I'm  the web designer and technical expert for Zoomoptic Photography. I specialize in the creative efforts of post-production, lighting, website design and marketing promotions.

    My portraits are offered in color, black and white, or sepia tones. My website showcases several of my favorite maternity photography, newborn photography, baby photography, child photography, family photography, and wedding photography. I take great pride in my experience, having photographed over 2000 clients. My goal is to make you feel as comfortable as possible during your session.

     

     

     

  • LRA Photography & Design

    Hey everyone! Lindsay with LRA Photography & Design here. If you would have told my high school self that I would own my own photography and graphic design business one day I would have never believed you. Now, I'm doing something I truly love that brings me so much joy.A little bit about me...I spent four years teaching elementary school and realized very quickly that was not the way I wanted to spend my days. I went back to school and earned a degree in graphic design. After taking a photography class one semester I felt like I had found my true calling. Fast forward three years and here I am.I primarily photograph families, children, and newborns. I have to say newborn sessions have a special place in my heart ever since I became a mother myself. Those first few days of your child's life are so incredibly special and I feel honored that people choose me to document those moments. I would describe my style as natural, timeless and in the moment. I never want photos to feel forced or too posed. I want my clients to look back 20 years from now and still love their photos as much as they did the first time they saw them.Eliza's newborn session is one of my absolute favorites. One thing I love about this session are the neutral tones. I only do in home newborn sessions and I love when a client's home helps set the tone for the session. I always incorporate heirloom pieces such as quilts and blankets that have special meaning for my clients. I also love any chance  to incorporate a family pet into the session. Huck couldn't resist modeling and stealing some of the spotlight. Everything about Jemma's newborn session was just perfection. She was so calm throughout our entire session and her beautiful nursery made for the most perfect backdrop. I rely solely on natural light for all of my photography sessions which can be risky, but this white-walled nursery with all of this natural light pouring through helped to create an airy feel to these photos. 

    I love when clients find a way to make a session unique. For this session Jemma's grandparents and even her great grandmother came to get photos with their sweet new addition. Now that I only have one living grandparent I realize just how special photos like these will be one day. Each and every session I do is special in it's own way. I never want a session to feel exactly the same. I want the session to reflect the family I'm photographing. The biggest compliment I can get as a photographer is when a family tells me that I truly captured them. 

    http://www.lraphotographydesign.com/photography

  • 3 Top Reasons Why you Need an Engagement Session

    One of my closest friends got engaged the other day and I couldn’t be happier for any two people in the world. Ellie’s parents threw them an impromptu engagement party right after Josh proposed. When I walked into the front door, Ellie was the first person I saw. I ran up to her, squealed, hugged and then of course looked at the ring. As I was holding up her hand in awe, all these amazing engagement photo ideas came whirling through my head. “We have to schedule your engagement session for late April” I said, still holding her hand up and admiring the ring. “Actually, Josh and I don’t really see the point in an engagement session, we’ll just get photos at our wedding. I am so glad you are here! You will have to help me plan the wedding.” And with that, she moved on to the next squealing friend and I stood there for at least a minute thinking about all the reasons why every couple should have an engagement session no matter what… and here is why.

    1. Your Journey - No two relationships are the same. No matter how long you have been together. If you and your SO have been dating for months, years or even decades, it’s your story and your journey that brought you to this moment. To this commitment. It is the two of you who worked hard to build the foundation of your relationship. It is the two of you who decided to communicate and compromise when you weren’t seeing eye to eye. It was the two of you who overcame obstacles together, who leaned on each other through the good times and the bad and who put love and care into your connection that it has became way more than just a relationship. It has become a life together. A future together. You and your SO are partners in crime and let me tell ya, that is no easy feat.

    2. Celebrating your love - You are in love. You are in pre-wedding bliss, well kind of. These months, or years, depending on who you are, are full of this long check list. You need to fit all of these things in. There is the engagement party, venue tours, cake testing, yards and yards of tulle, the list seems to go on and on. You are stressed out because you don’t know if you should go with tulips or roses for your bouquet. Your mom, god bless her heart, is calling you with a million little wedding decisions every day and at this point, it feels like the wedding will never get here and you just want to be married already! Well, don’t worry, your wedding day will all come together. The bridesmaids will miraculously all love the same dress, you will pick out the perfect center pieces and all the little details will come together. So do yourself a favor, take some time and plan for a plan-less afternoon. Schedule your engagement session;It will let you and your SO take time away from the crazy wedding planning, the constant phone calls and the endless pinning on Pinterest. It let’s you take a step back from all the madness and just be yourselves.3. Creativity/ Casual - Your wedding day will be planned out to the tee. There will be a timeline. There will be a specific location. There will be a certain way to dress, and there will be many, many people waiting to congratulate you. On the other hand, your engagement session has no rules (well, let’s at least keep it legal guys). You can wear whatever you want, you can go wherever you want and there will be a much more lenient timeline. If you and your BAE love tacos, we can take a walk to your favorite Taco Stand. If you love birds walked around Rittenhouse Square Park on your first date, let’s go there. If you and the SO play chess in your free time, bring a chess board! Engagement sessions are all about who you are as a couple and you deserve to document your relationship in a fun, casual, this-is-us-kinda-way. 

    It is never a bad idea to take some time away from your busy lives; away from work, future mother-in-laws and from your crazy long to-do lists to have some quality time with your one and only. This is the person who is promising to be by your side, promising to embark on the beautiful journey of life with you and promising to put you on the top of their priority list now and for forever.

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