Skyler Ordean is a rising star in the snowboarding world, and just an all around cool guy. He’s about to graduate from Park City’s Winter School, and I had the pleasure of photographing him on a beautiful fall day in the mountains of Deer Valley. He’s got great things in his future!
This beautiful senior has the most amazing red hair! I knew we should wait for the final stages of fall color, when the yellow aspens are at their peak. It couldn’t have gone better…we quickly moved through several locations, each shot getting better than the last.
I’m so excited to share this feature that I just finished for NAPCP! It’s a very personal look at a typical day in my work and family life, and the never ending struggle to balance it all. Hope you enjoy :0)
I first photographed Madison when she was 13 years old. She wasn’t completely comfortable, but had glimmers of that certain “something” that helps make a good photograph great. Fast forward 4 years and she’s a stunningly beautiful high school senior that was a complete natural in front of the camera.
Sometimes you have a session where everything’s just going right ( beautiful light, gorgeous subject, incredible locations ) and you just can’t stop taking pictures!! Kaitlin’s was one of those. I really try not to overshoot, because the editing time is so overwhelming, but in this case it was impossible. I think it was well worth the many, many, many hours spent in front of the computer to get these beautiful senior portraits :0)
It’s been a very exciting summer here at Stephanie Neal Photography! We were absolutely thrilled to be named “Best Family Photographer” in all of Utah in Salt Lake Magazine’s annual Best of the Beehive issue!!!
It’s a huge honor to be chosen from so many talented photographers in our state! It’s brought a lot of exposure to our little boutique studio, and with it some exciting (and somewhat terrifying) opportunities like live tv! I made an appearance on Good Things Utah a few weeks ago to talk about the award, and gave some pointers to mom’s trying to take better photos of their own kids. It was a little nerve wracking, but everyone there was great, and made me feel much more comfortable being on the other side of the camera ;0)