KMP Referral Program – Philadelphia and Montgomery County Child Photographer

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WHAT IS IT?
There’s nothing better than serving my clients well and giving them images they adore. 
One of the biggest compliments is when you send your friends and family my way for pictures!
KMP’s referral program is a way to say “thank you!” and give you a little something extra for
being such a wonderful supporter.

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HOW IT WORKS
It’s quite simple! For every referral from you that books a full session with KMP you receive
a reward.  The best part is there is no limit to how many clients you can refer.
Get rewarded every single time!

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KMP MAKES IT EASY
While you can spread the word however you like, I can also provide you with referral cards that
you can hand out to family and friends.

 

WHEN YOU’RE REWARDED
Once your new referral books and completes a session with KMP, I will notify you on collecting
your reward. Don’t worry, I keep track of all referrals you send.

 

THE RULES
Your referral MUST purchase a full session with KMP to receive your reward. If they book and
then cancel, the credit no longer applies. You may only choose one of rewards described above.

 

THANK YOU TO ALL MY CURRENT & FUTURE CLIENTS!

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What to Wear for your Fall Session – Philadelphia, PA – Child and Family Portrait Photographer

Wondering what to wear for your fall session? Check out these ideas!

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After booking a session, you might wonder “what should we wear?!” My answer is simple – whatever you want! I know, I know, that’s not helpful, but the truth is that your clothing choice depends on what you’re envisioning for your photos. If you want relaxed photos, come in your favorite casual outfit. A little more formal? Maybe a new dress in a great color – then coordinating the other outfits around that. Whatever you choose, make sure it’s something you love wearing! When coordinating your outfits, I recommend not all wearing the same thing, but instead choosing like colors and mixing it up. Wondering what colors to choose?  Here are a few ideas –

•  Match your eye color. You’d be surprised how much this can do for your eyes! However, I wouldn’t recommend for your blue-eyed bunch to show up wearing head-to-toe blue. Moderation and coordination are key. Also, don’t forget how accessories can play a huge role with a pop of color!

•  Think about where in your house you want to hang your photos. You can match the colors of your outfits to your decor so that your photos will coordinate with that particular living space.

•  When in doubt, neutral colors and earth tones always photograph well.

•  The color red can be the most powerful color in images. If you wear red or red accessories, your eyes may be drawn to those things instead of faces and expressions. That’s not to say that wearing red is a big no-no – just something to think about, especially with large accessories.

•  Black is a very flattering color. It hides a lot! Sometimes I have new parents wear black, because I can use the them as a pseudo-backdrop when they are holding their babies.

Still unsure on what to wear? Ask me! Heck, you can send me photos of your options – I’d be glad to help you out!

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What to Wear for your Summer Session – Philadelphia, PA – Child and Family Lifestyle Portrait Photographer

Wondering what to wear for your summer session? Check out these ideas!

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After booking a session, you might wonder “what should we wear?!” My answer is simple – whatever you want! I know, I know, that’s not helpful, but the truth is that your clothing choice depends on what you’re envisioning for your photos. If you want relaxed photos, come in your favorite casual outfit. A little more formal? Maybe a new dress in a great color – then coordinating the other outfits around that. Whatever you choose, make sure it’s something you love wearing! When coordinating your outfits, I recommend not all wearing the same thing, but instead choosing like colors and mixing it up. Wondering what colors to choose?  Here are a few ideas –

•  Match your eye color. You’d be surprised how much this can do for your eyes! However, I wouldn’t recommend for your blue-eyed bunch to show up wearing head-to-toe blue. Moderation and coordination are key. Also, don’t forget how accessories can play a huge role with a pop of color!

•  Think about where in your house you want to hang your photos. You can match the colors of your outfits to your decor so that your photos will coordinate with that particular living space.

•  When in doubt, neutral colors and earth tones always photograph well.

•  The color red can be the most powerful color in images. If you wear red or red accessories, your eyes may be drawn to those things instead of faces and expressions. That’s not to say that wearing red is a big no-no – just something to think about, especially with large accessories.

•  Black is a very flattering color. It hides a lot! Sometimes I have new parents wear black, because I can use the them as a pseudo-backdrop when they are holding their babies.

Still unsure on what to wear? Ask me! Heck, you can send me photos of your options – I’d be glad to help you out!

Book your summer session now!  Email me at: kel@kelmurphyphotography.com

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What to wear for your Spring Session – Philadelphia, PA – Child and Family Photographer

Spring is almost here! Wondering what to wear for your spring session? Check out these ideas!

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After booking a session, a client usually asks me “what should we wear?!” My answer is simple – whatever you want! I know, I know, that’s not helpful, but the truth is that your clothing choice depends on what you’re envisioning for your photos. If you want relaxed photos, come in your favorite casual outfit. A little more formal? Maybe a new dress in a great color – then coordinating the other outfits around that. Whatever you choose, make sure it’s something you love wearing! When coordinating your outfits, I recommend not all wearing the same thing, but instead choosing like colors and mixing it up. Wondering what colors to choose?  Here are a few ideas –

•  Match your eye color. You’d be surprised how much this can do for your eyes! However, I wouldn’t recommend for your blue-eyed bunch to show up wearing head-to-toe blue. Moderation and coordination are key. Also, don’t forget how accessories can play a huge role with a pop of color!

•  Think about where in your house you want to hang your photos. You can match the colors of your outfits to your decor so that your photos will coordinate with that particular living space.

•  When in doubt, neutral colors and earth tones always photograph well.

•  The color red can be the most powerful color in images. If you wear red or red accessories, your eyes may be drawn to those things instead of faces and expressions. That’s not to say that wearing red is a big no-no – just something to think about, especially with large accessories.

•  Black is a very flattering color. It hides a lot! Sometimes I have new parents wear black, because I can use the them as a pseudo-backdrop when they are holding their babies.

Still unsure on what to wear? Ask me! Heck, you can send me photos of your options – I’d be glad to help you out!

Don’t forget to schedule your Mother’s Day Spring Mini soon! This session does NOT have to include children and parents – this Spring Mini is held at the perfect time for clients to purchase their prints in time for Mother’s Day gifts! Space is very limited so contact me ASAP. If you’re looking for more digital negatives, prints, products, or time with me – be sure to schedule a full session!

To book your session email me at: kel@kelmurphyphotography.com

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Spring Mini Sessions – Philadelphia, PA – Child and Family Photographer

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Kel Murphy Photography celebrate spring with Mother's Day Mini Sessions

Kel Murphy Photography Spring Mother's Day Mini Sessions

Note: Spring Mini is held at the perfect time for clients to purchase their prints in time for Mother’s Day gifts!


These sessions are fabulous for: 
 children, families (of 5 members or less – $25 for each additional person), lovebirds, high school seniors, best friends and more! This is the perfect opportunity to get Mom the perfect gift — precious memories frozen in time!

Mother’s Day Spring Mini Sessions are NOT for:  newborns, super shy or fussy kiddos and wardrobe changes. As great as they are, these sessions are not perfect for everyone. Some kiddos are slow to warm up to new people, get fussy easily and don’t like strangers – we’ve all been there with our kids! Having just 30 minutes to capture them (and/or your family) might not give us the best results. In that case, a full session would be best for you – your child would have plenty of time to warm up! In addition, all babies should be at least 6 months old – unless we will be working with your entire family as well.

Image Details: Your images will be available to you one week after your session, so please plan your session date accordingly! A password protected online gallery will be created for you – feel free to share with friends and family! Photos are saved in high resolution, ready for printing. You will receive a print release and tips for online printers. You may also order prints directly through your online gallery. The gallery is hooked directly to my pro-lab and I highly recommend them in every way! Directions and other details will be sent to you via email.

The session fee is due at the time of booking. Payments can be made by cash, check, credit card (via paypal – no account needed) and paypal payments. In consideration of the other families possibly booked after you, please be on time! Session fees are nonrefundable but may be used towards a future session, if you need to reschedule.

To book your session email me at: kel@kelmurphyphotography.com

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