Bend Family Photographer | Love is all around

February is the month of love, right? Valentine’s day in our house is a flurry of excitement. Paper valentines, heart stickers galore and as much candy as Easter and Halloween. There are so many awful things going on in our country right now, I thought it might be fun to do a post that focuses…

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Bend Family Photographer | Santa Sessions

Bend Santa Sessions After many years of wanting to have Santa come by for a visit for Santa Sessions, 2017 was finally the year I was able to do it. Our Santa Sessions last year were the highlight of my year – and I am the grown up! Santa and Mrs. Claus came to visit…

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Bend Family Photographer | Simply Portraits

I am SO excited to offer these Simply Portrait sessions on March 10, 2018. As a Bend family photographer I get to photograph is so many amazing locations. And let’s be honest – golden hour outdoor sessions are seriously my jam. I will never, ever get sick of them. BUT! But, but – but. There…

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  • Amanda Bruns

    These are such a great idea Tracy! And the portraits are beautiful! I love how the focus is on your kiddo in whatever stage of life they are in! ReplyCancel

  • Such a great idea during the winter months! And what beautiful portraits!ReplyCancel

2018 Personal Project | Life From This Lens

*This year I am participating personal project with a group of amazing photographers. We created a blog circle where we challenge ourselves creatively and technically throughout 2018. Life From This Lens is a fascinating look at how a group of photographers around the country interpret the same prompt (or theme) each month. Please follow along…

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  • Such a wonderful post!  So excited to be apart of this amazing group!ReplyCancel

  • Emily Alper

    LOVE this project so much!  So happy I get to follow and learn from you amazing gals!!!ReplyCancel

    • tracylphotography@gmail.com

      Thank ya!! So excited to watch you develop this year 🙂ReplyCancel

  • So many great candid moments!  I love all the colors and light!

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    • tracylphotography@gmail.com

      Thanks lady 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Alicia Moss

    What a precious family! You captured such sweet moments, and create so much emotion with the lovely light! I have never tried a lens that can open to 1.4. I’ve had my eye on a sigma 35mm for a long time…may just have to take the plunge 🙂ReplyCancel

    • tracylphotography@gmail.com

      Thank you Alicia! My 35mm is my favorite lens, hands down! It is sooooo versatile.ReplyCancel

  • These are so beautiful Tracy!  I was studying the very top photo with the eyelashes … the detail is stunning.ReplyCancel

    • tracylphotography@gmail.com

      Thank you so much Jessica! <3ReplyCancel

  • Alisa

    Love these Tracy!! So darling. Andi has the same Olaf, made me smile. Amazing captures and the sweetest subjects.❤️ReplyCancel

    • tracylphotography@gmail.com

      Aw thank you so much! Too bad our Olaf is missing one arm :pReplyCancel

  • Heather Carleton

    These are wonderful Tracy! So talented!ReplyCancel

School Portrait Photographer | Bend, OR

School Photography. The first thing that comes to my mind when I hear those words are stiff, cheesy backgrounds and forced smiles.But did you know – it doesn’t have to be that way? Let’s take school portraits to the next level. Clean, classic and natural. No forced pose. No fake background. Just the personality of…

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