Stephanie Simmons is a lifestyle photographer specializing in maternity, newborn and family photography. Her style is focused on raw, authentic moments, and she is passionate about working with families to capture the important details of their little one’s lives that they’ll want to remember for years to come. She shoots outdoors on location within the Akron, Canton and Cleveland area as well as at her studio in downtown Hartville.
Sad to say, but the cobbler’s children definitely have no shoes at my house — I’m a photographer and have few pictures of my own children. Looking back over those I do have, I found these from an impromptu “photo shoot” on a beautiful fall day.
Officially it was my day off, but that came as a surprise to my 16-year-old daughter, Keirsten. As I prepared our family’s flower beds in front of our house for another season, I caught sight — and the sound — of a robin feeding her young in a small ornamental tree just above my head. I ran for my camera.
Opportunities abound to witness sports history as Pro Football’s Greatest Weekend heats up. While the former gridiron greats begin their pilgrimage to Canton, journalists look to document their Stark County presence in ways that will be compelling to those we serve, our readers.
One of the first things aspiring amateur photographers look to capture is sunsets. Mankind has admired them for countless years. For some reason, I may be one of the few veteran photojournalists who are still struck by the beauty of the onset of nightfall or the semi-darkness that immediately follows dusk.
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