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Twenty 14 Booking Chicago Session One Day Only!

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Grand Opening | Fundraiser

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DGPhotoDesigns will be having their Grand Opening\Open house! Saturday, April 27th from 10-4 at 1150 W Lincolnway (also known as 1 Center Street) Valparaiso, IN 46385 Some of you may also know this building as the old Valpo Tech. DGPhotoDesigns will be having a few product reveals, so now would be the perfect time to come in and see what is coming out. A cake and cupcakes designed by Kenzi Joy Cake Design My good friend and fellow photographer Molly will be taking the head shots for anyone that would like their photo taken and it will be available as a download for your personal use one week...

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Congratulations Greg, Danielle & Nakayla | New Baby

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Greg & Danielle one of my bride and grooms from 2012 along with their daughter Nakayla,  have just welcomed into their family another precious baby girl!   Congratulations on the birth of your daughter, I can’t wait to meet her 🙂

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Heather | Birthday Wishes

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Heather is one of my brides from 2012…Doesn’t she look beautiful!! I just want to wish Heather a big Happy Birthday!!!  

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Before & After | DGPhotoDesigns | Behind the scenes

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At DGPhotoDesigns we don’t just click a button and you have a beautiful portrait for your home. Love, Care, Patience and a LOT of time goes into making the perfect portrait. In this example you can see that mom was safely within distance and actually helping assist with holding the little ones head so that he could be seen in the photo and as with older siblings, yet still young enough to be a little wiggly, the sister’s hair fell out of...

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Easter Sessions

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With Easter sessions I sometimes get the question, do you use live animals?  Simply put NO.  There are alot of photographers that are out there using live animals for portrait sessions that are not doing it the legal way nor are they aware that you have to have a special license to do use them nor how one simple move can kill this poor animal. 1.) The use of a live animals (mammals) in photography requires a license from the federal government’s USDA and most states. These are two different licenses which must be renewed each year. See compliance under Licensing and Registration Under...

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