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The new Lindsay Docherty Photography studio is open for business! ⋆ Lindsay Docherty Photography
October 14, 2013

The new Lindsay Docherty Photography studio is open for business!

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There are some very, very fun new things going on at Lindsay Docherty Photography.

For one, the new studio in West Mt. Airy is in place! We’re talking consultation, boudoir/newborn shooting space, office, etc. I need to curate some pieces for the walls now that the basic structure is in place. I absolutely love it! I sit on the big comfy sofa and just breathe it in. It’s all mine and it’s amazing.

I took a few snapshots on that foggy morning we had the other day. Technically the leaves should be raked, but I love the colors and textures and messiness of them.

Philadelphia wedding and portrait photographer Lindsay Docherty Photography

These beautiful, original doors were in the basement of the house for who knows how long. In their place were some ugly, dark, one-tiny-window doors. A coat of paint later and they’re one of my favorite parts of the house, mainly because they belong with the house.

Philadelphia wedding and portrait photographer Lindsay Docherty Photography

An old, ornate doorknob + Pinterest =

Philadelphia wedding and portrait photographer Lindsay Docherty Photography

And inside!!! The staircase goes up to the shooting space (what was originally the master bedroom), bathroom, and office.

Philadelphia wedding and portrait photographer Lindsay Docherty Photography
Philadelphia wedding and portrait photographer Lindsay Docherty Photography

What’s a photographer’s studio without vintage cameras? They’re pretty much standard issue upon getting a Blah Blah Blah Photography business card.

Philadelphia wedding and portrait photographer Lindsay Docherty Photography

And a really awesome old album with pictures of wedding and family formals from a century ago. Come on over and flip through it!

Philadelphia wedding and portrait photographer Lindsay Docherty Photography

The upstairs shooting room with great windows – perfect for natural lights shoots for infants and boudoir sessions (more on those soon!)

Philadelphia wedding and portrait photographer Lindsay Docherty Photography

Can’t wait to have you all over!

Philadelphia wedding and portrait photographer Lindsay Docherty Photography

“You don’t make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.”
~ Ansel Adams
(Thanks to bride-to-be Jenn V. for bringing this quote to me.)

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