Beauty and the Beast Photoshoot St Charles Illinois

Beauty and the Beast Photoshoot St Charles Illinois

This has to be one of my favorite photo shoots to date! I had the honor of photographing this beautiful couple. She had the perfect outfits for the shoot and I had the perfect place to use. I could shoot this type of session forever. I have 2 Beauty and the Beast dresses available for use if you want a photo shoot for your little princess. Do you have a favorite movie you’d like to recreate with photos? Contact me today to book your own themed photo shoot.

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Captured by Lorraine Photography Serves northern Illinois, Northwest suburbs, Northshore, Chicagoland, Kane County, Dupage County, Dekalb County, Cook County, and beyond. Studio located in Hampshire, IL. Surrounding cities include: Aurora, Batavia, Geneva, St Charles, Hampshire, Huntley, Crystal Lake, Lake in the Hills, Woodstock, Elgin, Schaumburg, Naperville, Dekalb, Sycamore, Elburn, and the surrounding areas.

I do love to travel! If you are interested in me traveling to you, please let me know and we can chat about it! I do travel sessions 2-3 times a year if the schedule allows.

 – Kane County, IL Fairy tale Photographer –

Captured by Lorraine-Hampshire Il, 60140 Phone: 630-677-2291 Email: capturedbylorraine@gmail.com

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