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Kelly McPhail Photography

102 N. Third St. Ste. 204, Lafayette, IN 47901
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Business Description

Kelly McPhail Photography is a family photography business that serves clients in Lafayette and surrounding areas. The business's sole photographer, Kelly McPhail, specializes in creating family portraits and photographing newborn babies. The family photographer is also skilled in maternity photography, wedding photography, and senior photography. In addition, Kelly McPhail Photography offers special photography sessions for cake smash, milestones, couples, and engagement. Kelly prefers to use soft, natural light in her photoshoots.


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Frequently Asked Questions

How much can a family photographer make?

The median annual pay for a photographer, which includes family photographers, is $41,280. This breaks down to around $19.85 per hour for full-time family photographers. The pay range is from just under $11 per hour to slightly over $40 per hour.

How does someone become a family photographer?

While there are institutions that offer photography courses, many photo professionals learn the skill through practice or apprenticeships. To get started, photographers can pick up good-quality photography equipment and begin practicing. Photo editing is also an important skill to learn when becoming a family photographer.

What can I do with old family photographs?

You can create a memory wall to display old family photos. You can choose favorite old photos to make into keepsakes, such as coffee mugs or pillows. If storage space is limited, you can have old family photos digitized, share them on a website, or upload them onto sharable flash drives.

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