Mother’s Day Portraits | Charlotte Maternity Newborn Baby and Women’s Photographer | Creative Children’s Portraits
2017 Motherhood Event | Charlotte Child Photographers
April 1st | 10-1pm
Celebrate Mother’s Day with NicCole Photography’s annual mother and child event.
~Each session will include 7 downloadable files with print release ~$400
~Short 15 min sessions with NicCole to capture images of you and your little ones. All images will include mother and child. All artistic images will be similar to the above images.
~Absolutely no refunds, however you may transfer your session to friend or use towards a future session.
NicCole Photography Loft – 1690 Bridle Crt York SC 29745
Studio is to the right of detached building. Parking is available at the curb.
Q & A:
I suggest very neutral colors, cream, beige, grays (Please no dark colors). To give you a jump start take a peek inside this pinterest board.
Arriving on time
It is important for your session and the clients who are booked after you. I would suggest planning the night before and also checking your distance to the studio via google maps. Please plan on arriving 5 min early. Please bring combs etc that you may need if your child sleeps on the way over.
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You can contact Brandy NicCole at 7042001398 | email@example.com
Copyright and penalty
All Images and rights therein, including copyright, remain the sole and exclusive property of NicCole Photography. Unless otherwise provided herein, any grant of rights from NicCole Photography to Client is limited to the private, personal use of photographic material purchased by Client. Client will not alter images by way of color enhancements crops etc.
Clients will also receive a model release to sign online.
NicCole Photography is an NAPCP award winning children’s photographer in Charlotte NC. Brandy NicCole has had her photos featured in multiple magazines and often in Momazine Magazine, a children’s magazine. She is Charlotte’s most sought after maternity photographer and has also been featured in the Charlotte Observer for her creative style. Her children’s work has been described as “blurring the lines between reality and dreams.”