It’s time for portraits!
Over the years, families grow and change, there are milestones and celebrations, all that deserve to be captured. We realize the importance of documenting all the amazing stages in life. Documenting people, relationships and authentic interactions is what we love. We believe it is important to capture the “traditional portrait” of everyone smiling at the camera, our favorite images to capture are the true moments and emotions shared between family members and loved ones.
Montana’s mountains, valleys, and views provide an amazing backdrop. Whenever possible, we strive to find the most beautiful light and most stunning backdrops, taking advantage of our “Big Sky Country”.
As the “digital age” has matured, so too has our portrait pricing. The old-school pricing never felt right, as if we were holding client’s photos hostage. Unlike the traditional portrait pricing, where, as a client you pay for a session, then only purchase a handful of prints or digital files at an additional cost. So, instead, we’ve created straightforward packages, that include ALL edited images and a significant print credit. This way clients are able to keep and archive every image from their session, and equally important, clients have a printed memory on their wall from their session.
We are so honored you are considering Lauren Brown Photography to document you and your loved ones. Our goal is to make it easy for you to gather any information you are seeking, so please, contact us with questions or to book your portrait session. We would love to hear what you are envisioning! Thank you for taking the time to consider our services.
A very personal note from Lindsey:
A few years ago, my family and I lost our home to a fire. Once it was determined that everyone was safe and sound, the fireman began rushing in and out of the house carrying our belongings out into the yard. They did not carry out the TV. They did not carry out our clothing, jackets, shoes. They did not carry any jewelry. No china plates. They ran in and out of a house with flames still licking the rafters, putting their lives in harm’s way to carry out photographs. As many as they could find. In frames, in boxes, in albums. Photographs of beloved family and cherished moments. A photo of my daughter on her first birthday. Of my grandparents on their 50th Anniversary. Five generations of women, taken months before my great-grandmother passed away. I get choked up just thinking about it – I am forever grateful to have had these photos rescued, and I have come to appreciate how powerful and meaningful it is to have had them in the first place.