Rebecca Ames Photography | Chapel Hill Wedding Photographer

boudoir photographer


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(photo stolen from google, thank you anonymous photographer.)

Well, we have a little less than 2 months left in Fort Collins before we head down to Chapel Hill/Durham, North Carolina (Notice that I wrote two cities, if you have any recommendations between the two please leave me a comment. I would love to hear your thoughts). Moving day is officially June 5th. I am so incredibly excited. I get to explore a part of the country that I have never seen. The furthest East I've ever been is New Orleans and that was years and years ago. I went down for Jazz fest and boy, was that an experience. I cannot wait to see the Appalachians, the Great Smoky Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. I'm originally from San Diego, CA. and the thought of seeing the sun RISE over the ocean instead of SET is going to be so neat. I might even have to wake up early to photograph that.

I am available for shoots until June 3rd. Here are my available dates: April 16th, 17th, 23rd, and 30th. May 1st, 7th, and 28th. If you need a weekday, I am charging an extra $50. If you are interested in a session, please hit me up Quick!

Attention wanna-be assistants and second photographers!

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You wanna carry my stuff around, work weekends and evening and not get paid but learn tons of stuff about photography and build-up a pretty cool portfolio- well then, send me an email. Tell me why you are so awesomely talented and send me a link to some examples to your work at becciamesphoto<at>gmail<dot>com. Must be able to follow simple instructions, own at least one SLR camera, basic knowledge on how to operate your camera in AV, TV, and/or manual mode, and MUST have a passion for photography. I will be thrilled if you have had some art training, but it's not necessary. You will get a chance to shoot engagement and family sessions and weddings, eventually.

Some changes

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I've made some changes to the pricing for boudoir and family sessions. I think they will make all of you very happy. For the boudoir, the old session cost $250 and only came with a password protected online gallery and a 5x5 20 page press book, but now you have the option for $250 in print credits too.  As for the family and newborn sessions, before I just offered $50 in print credits, but now it will be $200 for a full session and $100 for the mini but I am no longer giving out web-ready discs. Just stunning prints, to frame and hang in your home, that you can look at forever.