Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Another special!

Anyone who knows me knows I appreciate a discount of any kind :)

So I've incorporated that into my business as well!! I'm always offering specials, sales, or free extras.  The place to find this info out FIRST is on my facebook page! (So go to Kristin Robertson Photography on Facebook and "like" it, if you haven't already!)

Anyhow, I'm offering 10% off your portrait session fee, PLUS 10% off your print and product purchase (also applies to Proof CD's and slideshows!) when you book by September 2nd!  My September appointments are starting to get filled, so book before it's too late!

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Back to School Special!

Alright, as much as I hate to admit it, we are about to enter the new school year.  (I know - where did summer go??)

Anyhow, I thought I'd kick it off with a brand new special!

The first 2 people to book a September session will receive a free gift!!  What is it, you ask?  A "PocketPix" photo book! 

PocketPix are compact decks of 14 4"x2.5" double-side photo cards printed on a high quality card stock. A brushed aluminum grommet keeps your photos together and ready for your pocket or purse.

Your PocketPix album will contain up to 27 photos from your session.  

What could be better than FREE?  So hurry and take advantage of this offer before it's too late!

To book your session, visit my website at and click "Contact", or e-mail me at! 

Saturday, August 13, 2011

the beginning of an unbelievable journey

I've always wanted to be a photographer.  Whenever someone asked me what I wanted to do after high school, I said "ideally? I'd be a photographer."  A lot of people I said this to discouraged it, though.  They said "That's not a career, that's a hobby."  Unfortunately, I buried my dream and believed that, yes, it was just a hobby.  I could never make it into a career... could I?

I meandered through college switching majors a few times, but couldn't seem to find my niche.  In the back of my mind and in the depths of my heart lurked my dream to become a photographer.  It never died.

Then I started dating my husband, Paul.  He inspired me so much.  I remember shortly after we were married, as we sat at the dinner table discussing our future, he said "why don't you start your photography business? that's your dream, isn't it?"  I didn't know what to say.  It was, after all, my dream.  I'd never had someone so whole-heartedly support my dream before.

And that was that. I switched from X-Ray school to the multimedia design program and I saved for quite some time for my first camera and lenses.  Then I began down the path that has led me to where I am today.  I am so thankful to the Lord for not only bringing my best friend and soul mate into my life when I needed him most, but also for the fact that He has opened so many doors for my dream to become my reality.

There aren't many people that can honestly say they love their jobs.  I'm so happy to be able to say that I really love every minute of the work that I do.