Category Archives: Our Favorite Things…

Celebrating the 2020 Seniors! | Our Cap & Gown Session Event

We’ve completed the first set of our Cap & Gown Free Mini Session days, and we had an absolute blast with these graduates! We loved meeting new families and were even blessed to photograph a set of college seniors who are engaged to be married in July! The pandemic inspired us to offer these sessions, […]

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Elevating Our Studio & Elevating Our Industry

Each January, we set aside a week to travel for the largest photography convention in the world: Professional Photographers of America’s Imaging USA. Lindsay began teaching at this national level 3 years ago, and she’s thrilled to continue to give back by helping photographers realize their aspirations and run thriving, sustainable photography businesses. Throughout convention, […]

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Celebrating Our Masters Degree Achievements! | Professional Photographers of America’s Imaging USA Convention 2019

Each year, we prioritize attending the largest professional photography convention in the world: PPA’s Imaging USA. PPA is also the largest professional photography organization in the world and celebrated it’s 150th anniversary this year. They hosted the convention in Atlanta, GA – the home of PPA’s headquarters. We are committed to continuing our education and […]

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! | Jonathan Betz Photography

Thank you for entrusting us with your professional photography! To our current and future client families: We are beyond blessed by your support of our family business. We have always recognized the significance of photography for family legacy, and we are honored to create portraits that will outlive all of us. After our son, Tyler, […]

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Legacy in the New Year with Jonathan Betz Photography | Picture Restoration and Archival Services

Legacy is the foundation of our photography business. It’s the piece that drives the families who choose us to choose us. We’re not about clicking the shutter and handing a family an impersonal CD/USB with a to-do list of unfinished art. Our families invest time and effort in the preparation, planning, and for the session itself. […]

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