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Abigail Malone

5111 Homberg Drive, Knoxville, TN 37919
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Abigail Malone is a family photographer based in Knoxville. Malone started learning photography when she was eight and went on to study at the Carson-Newman University. She has since specialized in luminous photography. She provides wedding day photography packages that include 10-hour coverage and two photographers onsite. Malone continuously works on her personal photography series called "Recessive" which started in 2014. She also participated in the Teen Photography Lab educational program, a 2021 project by the University of Tennessee and The Community Darkroom.

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Amanda May

Knoxville, TN
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Amanda May is a family photographer servicing the locale of Knoxville. Amanda began taking pictures at age 12 and was captivated by the emotions she witnessed upon giving parents snapshots of their children. Amanda started her photography business in 2010 while studying to become an accountant. In time, she began to focus on her firm, specializing in candid portrait photography. She offers a wide range of photoshoot options, including wedding packages and portrait services to her clientele.

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Heather Faulkner Photography

Knoxville, TN 37917
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Heather Faulkner Photography provides photography sessions for clients in Knoxville and surrounding areas. Wife, mother, and family photographer Heather Alyssa Faulkner captures moments in the studio or on location. Faulkner also captures engagement parties and wedding events, and provides professionally edited images. Its family sessions can also include couple shots and individual portraits. Senior students can also avail themselves of the studio's services for their profiles and graduation. Faulkner is available for photoshoot travel depending on location.

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John Black Photography

1003 Oak Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37921
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Based in Knoxville, John Black Photography offers photography services throughout the Tennessee area. John Black offers family photography services such as mini sessions, senior sessions, and parent sessions. Each session can take place either in his studio or outdoors, with Black and his team being open to travel. Black also allows clients to bring their pets to his studio and be part of the family photograph. His other services include commercial photography, modeling photography, and engagement and wedding photography.

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Joy Wildflower Photography

103 Morris lane, Oak Ridge, TN 37830
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Joy Wildflower Photography in Knoxville is made up of a duo of photographers serving clients across the country. Hannah Joy and Jordan Brown work on family portraits, engagements, maternity photoshoots, and pet photography. They also provide headshots and branding services. In six years, they have covered more than 130 weddings within the country and abroad. Joy Wildflower Photography has also appeared in publications such as the VIP Knoxville Magazine, Bridal Pulse, and the Pink Bride.

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Karen Stone Photography

7633 Cranley Road, Powell, TN 37849
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Karen Stone Photography is a photography studio based in Knoxville. Karen Stone is a photographer that specializes in newborn, family, and milestone photography services. The studio's family photography package includes all edited digital images with print release. Photography sessions can be indoors or outdoors, depending on the client. Karen's approach to lifestyle photography can be described as natural and authentic. She uses her knowledge in lighting and technology in helping clients look good in their photos. Additionally, Karen also offers wedding and portrait photography services.

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Knoxville Portrait Co.

4700 Ball Camp Pike, Knoxville, TN 37921
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Knoxville Portrait Co. is an art studio that caters to clients in Knoxville. Its specializations include family portraits, children's portraits, senior portraits, and events photography. It provides custom photography services for major family milestones such as graduations, anniversaries, and birthdays. Knoxville Portrait Co. also offfers both print and digital products with each photoshoot session. Ben Moser, the company's owner and creative director, won first place in 2016 in the Professional Photographers of East Tennessee.

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Mango Mahalo Photography

8612 Friars Path Lane, Knoxville, TN 37923
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Mango Mahalo Photography is a studio that serves Knoxville and the nearby areas. Michelle Anderson, its owner, is a family photographer who takes maternity, newborn, and kids portraits. She uses a black and white classic studio design for newborn sessions where babies are photographed without overwhelming props and colors. She also prepares a boutique-styled studio for maternity shoots. Michelle, who took inspiration from her parents in documenting her kids' growth, was a pediatrician who decided to focus her time on raising her three children.

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Maples Branch Photography

900 Main Street West, Knoxville, TN 37902
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Maples Branch Photography is a Knoxville-based company established by Kendra in 2004. While focusing on family photography, she also accepts requests for pet photography, wedding photography, nature photography, and magazine photography. Kendra graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Tennessee. She has worked for Inky Johnson, together with Eric Berry, Phillip Fulmer, and many NFL players for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (BBBS), a non-profit organization that mentors the youth.

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Southern Charm Portraits

6767 Jubilee Center Way, Knoxville, TN 37912
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Southern Charm Portraits is a family photography business with a studio in Knoxville founded by Rebekah Walden in 2017. Walden offers family, newborn, maternity, children, and heirloom portrait sessions that can be done at the studio or outdoors. She works with Bailey Hawkins of Sequins & Seams for the photoshoot outfits, and with Whitney Evans Beauty for hairstyling and makeup. Southern Charm Portraits also partners with Basic Invite, a stationery company, if clients want their photos printed onto invitations, announcements, and other paper products.

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Taylor-Roman Portrait

10932 Murdock Drive, Knoxville, TN 37932
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Taylor-Roman Portrait is a boutique-style studio in Knoxville serving individuals of all ages. Clients only have to show up at the shoot, even sans make-up. Everything will be taken care of by its master artist from hair styling, makeover, to outfit changes. Leading the team is Saray Taylor-Roman, a portrait specialist and family photographer. She is one of only three portrait photographers in the world with Fellow status in Portrait Masters, a bi-annual world event where professionals from across the globe compete for accreditation.

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Waldorf Photographic Art

700 East Depot Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37917
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Waldorf Photographic Art aims to capture the best moments for its patrons in Knoxville. The studio is run by Bill Waldorf to focus on weddings, engagements, portraits, and commercials. With its years in the business, its team had mastered caputuring memorable moments and puting it in a frame. It took pride in its team that has vast experience working with various clients and events. To book its service, clients can easily send an email via its website.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much can a family photographer make?

A: 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.

Q: How does someone become a family photographer?

A: 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.

Q: What can I do with old family photographs?

A: 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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