Shutter Up Photography

Shutter Up Photography

Shutter Up Photography locationGrand Prairie, TX

(7 Reviews)

Shutter Up Photography offers all kinds of shoots from Family portraits, head shots, and Senior Portraits, to even Animal Portraiture. We're open to new ideas as well!

Shutter Up Photography Reviews

Shutter Up Photography Reviews

Review of Shutter Up Photography by Marie Lingenfelter Hunter
5 Marie Lingenfelter Hunter

She does excellent work and is worth every penny.

Review of Shutter Up Photography by Mikenzie Melius Oldham
5 Mikenzie Melius Oldham

She has such a great eye and does beautiful work! She is extremely talented!!!

Review of Shutter Up Photography by Audrea Lynn Halderman
5 Audrea Lynn Halderman

By the time the session is over she feels like family! Funny, comfortable, and spot on! Love my pics!

Review of Shutter Up Photography by Timothy Click
5 Timothy Click

She did a fine job with my wife's portrait photos. I was quite impressed and pleased. We had some issues with payment, but that was definitely not her fault. Trying to work internationally can pose some difficulties; however, we resolved the issue. I'm glad that my wife was able to be spoiled for an evening, and we may consider another shoot when we return Stateside again.

Review of Shutter Up Photography by Megan Click
5 Megan Click

She makes you feel super comfortable and like a star. She is willing to experiment and collaborate with you to find the best angles, sceneries and lighting. It was an awesome experience:)

Review of Shutter Up Photography by Chris Horne
5 Chris Horne

She looks for the out of the way shots. Anyone can sit someone down, tell them to smile, and snap a picture. She has a way of bringing out the hidden beauty in her shots. Very creative, very motivated to get the best shot possible.

Review of Shutter Up Photography by Jamie McElroy
5 Jamie McElroy

She did an amazing job on my wedding photos and made me a special book to help me reminisce any time I want! Highly recommend her work!

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Shutter Up Photography Q&A

Shutter Up Photography Q&A

What’s the secret to taking a great photograph?

Making the client comfortable! We want you to have fun in your session. If you're having fun, it will show up in your pictures. Each session should be tailored to the client so that you will have the best experience possible with your shoot!

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

What is your decorating style in your home?
What do you like the best about yourself?
What's your best personality trait?

What do you love most about your job?

I love catching that moment where the client forgets I'm even there and laughs. I love the moments between people when they're looking at each other and remember why they're together. I even love catching that moment when a mother is breast feeding and the baby locks eyes with her and gives her a messy grin.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I am a single mother and this fits with his schedule. I also want to teach him that being comfortable with himself is important and I hope to bring that out in these photos.

Why should our clients choose you?

We have fun! We will find the perfect place to shoot with the greatest backgrounds and just play. If it's a toddler session, I follow them around while they're in their most favorite element... either on a playground, or even in their own home. I play music that gets people comfortable and dancing just to get that perfect shot.


Every Day with SMA

I have a project that's very near and dear to my heart. Two of my nephews have Spinal Muscular Atrophy and I am working on making calendars that tell stories of other children and adults with SMA to raise awareness as well as raise money for research. It's a very slow process, however as the disease is relatively rare.

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