It's A Family Thing
June 10, 2014 • Leave a Comment
When last we met I talked a little about what I love most about Scott Schroeder Photography and the little things about my business that bring me the greatest joy. Today I want to show you why.
Last time I talked about my response when people ask me what my favorite thing is about being a photographer. Another question I'm frequently asked is, "Are you a wedding photographer, a family photographer, a sports photographer...?". Meredith and I don't run a large studio where we do high volume and low service with no time for clients. Our business is about family, ours and yours, and families celebrate reunions, birthdays, weddings, bar and bat mitzvahs, graduations, and athletics.
So the answer is, "Yes!" I am all of those things. I am your family's photographer. When we meet in our office we welcome you to the Scott Schroeder Photography family. Our goal is not to take your picture, get you some product, show you the door, and move on. We want to earn your trust and build a relationship that transcends a business transaction. There is no higher compliment I can receive than to work with the same wonderful people over the years and through the special events of their lives.
Last weekend our relationship continued with an amazing family. I photographed the wedding of one of the four daughters. I have done their youngest girls' sports photography, senior pictures of the latest graduate, family and grandkid pics, engagement photos, and now a wedding. How awesome is that?!?! So, there you go. Trust, family, service, and joy. That's what we do. That's what kind of photographer I am. I'm Bluffton's photographer. Take a look at this story in images.
Until next time, find your joy. Creating beautiful images for you is mine!
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