LSI Pro Q&A | featuring Stephanie Fisher Photography
YAY, I have another LSI Pro Q&A for you all! I am honored to introduce all of our readers to one of my longest friends in the business, Stephanie Fisher Photography! Now is your chance to get to know her a bit better, ask any questions you might have regarding her work or anything else that might interest you! Please remember that our pros are not required to answer ALL questions, as some may be too personal, uncomfortable to answer or simply not something they feel is in the best interest of their business to respond to. Please keep your questions respectful and within reason. All questions should be asked in the comment area of this post. Questions will remain open until announced. We will post Stephanie’s responses within this original post once they are available…of course we will let you all know when they are ready! Thanks to all who participate and most importantly, thank you to Stephanie for taking part in this awesome feature! Be sure to check out more of Stephanie’s inspirational work on Facebook! You can also check out Stephanie’s gorgeous LSI Pro Photographer Profile here and be sure to read our article on “Inspiring Studios” featuring her beautiful studio!
With that said, we would like to introduce you to our LSI Pro Stephanie Fisher, based out of Alabama.
A few words from Stephanie: Hello everyone! My name is Stephanie and I am entering my seventh year of business with Stephanie Fisher Photography. I am the proud mom of an almost-eight-year-old little girl who has been a huge source of inspiration for me over the years. I used to shoot entirely on location until opening my cottage studio near Birmingham, Alabama in January 2009. At my studio I shoot with both natural lighting and studio lighting as needed. My main focus is birth, newborn and baby photography but I do photograph families from time to time as well! Thanks so much for having me and I look forward to answering any questions you may have for me!
You can see more of Stephanies’s gorgeous work here: