Orlando Fairytale Photography

Baby L. One Year Old Session {by Orlando Photographer Tamara Knight Photography} 16
4 Quick Tips for Hiring Orlando Photographers {by Your Orlando Photographer}
Hiring the right Orlando photographer, especially when you are going to use a professional photographer’s services for the very first time, is a hard thing to do! I know, I have been there (before I became a professional photographer myself)....
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Fairytales… Brave {by Orlando Photographer Tamara Knight Photography}
I can't tell you which is my favorite genre of photography, I love it all: glamor, couples, families, children... BUT when the client calls and asks for a fairytale shoot - I can't sit still and pretty much trying not...
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Fairytales... Ruslan i Ludmila {by Orlando Children Photographer Tamara Knight Photography} 1
Fairytales… Ruslan i Ludmila {by Orlando Children Photographer Tamara Knight Photography}
I can't explain my excitement when I found out that the client wanted to base their shoot of a very well-knows fairytale 'Ruslan and Lyudmila' by Alexander Pushkin. It was so near to my heart, I was bursting with ideas!...
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“Bedtime stories”. The Pursuit of the Storyteller. Chapter One. Snow Queen.
Today I am extremely thrilled to present the results of my latest collaboration with a milliner Elena Ebenhack - a face behind the brand Ma Belle Mademoiselle. This magical session was planned for the longest time and it definitely took some time...
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The Most Favorite Story Book of My Childhood
It's about time (a year later!) I finally found the time to blog about this project which I dreamed about for a long time and then finally found the perfect team to work with and my dream project came alive....
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Creative Fine Art Shoot for an Amazing Pianist!
When I met this beautiful client, she said that she wants no ordinary shoot for her poster! She said anything, but boring and expected. My mind started spinning, coming up with crazy ideas! At the end we did well, I...
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