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Amy Lessord Photography

Rochester, NY

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About Amy Lessord Photography

Right now, I'm a hobbyist photographer trying to get started out. I'm working on doing portfolio-building shoots for a discounted price and possibly for free even!

I mainly have experience with children and families, but I'm looking to expand my horizons. I'm willing to do portraits, maternity, children, families, pets and lifestyle photography. I'm pretty open to new experiences, chances to learn and expand my abilities. I do not do any kind of naked shots or anything of that sort, so please don't ask, as I just prefer not to.

I am very critical of my work, and I work very hard to improve at all times. I know that I'm just starting out, but I think I have a lot to offer, one of which is working my very hardest to make my client happy, and another is wanting to give you something that captures a special moment, something you can cherish forever and something that you can look back on over the years. I want to make you feel everything about that moment, and make it come right back to you.

I have listed that I come to you, but really I would like you to contact me, and we can figure out where or how to work the shoots. I'm open for discussion about it. Tell me what you're looking for, and we'll work together on it. I hope I can provide you with an experience that you will be happy with and will be willing to pass on to others.

Feel free to contact me here or at my facebook fanpage.

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Rochester, NY 14615

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  • 1/5 stars June 18, 2013

    I unfortunately did not have a great experience. During our photo session I had to ask the "photographer" where we should stand/pose. No direction was given and I felt like I had to be the one the to direct where we should be taking pictures at. We had about 5 good photos out of about 35. When I say good I mean good for what we had to look at. The ones we ended up with That were "edited" are almost embarrassing to say they were taken "professionally". I didn't want to write a review because I didn't want to speak negatively about the photographer,
    BUT, I just ordered prints of these photos and they all have a blue tint to them. It's just disappointing and frustrating, I'm sorry but I do not recommend this photographer.

  • 5/5 stars June 1, 2011

    I'm so impressed with the work I've seen Amy coming out with. She really seems to instinctively know how to bring out the best in her subjects - although I've never met her in person, I feel like I know her children's personalities so well, she really lets them shine with her photography. I can only wish that she lived closer to me, I'd so love to have her do my family shots!

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  • Have 2 shoots coming up, looking to add more. Please contact me!
    Jun 01, 2011 at 12:10 pm

Question and answer

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. "What can you do for me?" "What do you have to offer me that they others can not?" "Are you willing to work hard to ensure that I leave satisfied with everything that you did for me?" "Is working with me important to you, or am I just another "client"?"

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. Everything, but mostly I enjoy capturing those moments that are fleeting and making them last forever. I love when you get that adorable expression, or the picture of interaction between people that might be easy to miss. I just love all of it. I love working with people. It's my dream job!

Q. How did you decide to get in your line of work?

A. I've loved photography since I can remember. I've always had a camera with me, whether it was a disposable, a cheap point and shoot, or now my Canon DSLR.

I always try to find things to practice on. I've done nature shots, I take tons of pictures of my 2 girls, and family is always asking me to bring my camera to take pictures or asking me for prints of ones I've taken. I feel like photography is my "niche" and it's my dream to have it be my source of income someday.

Q. Do you do any sort of continuing education to stay up on the latest developments in your field?

A. I'm always reading. I search things everyday to try and learn more and improve wherever I can with my photography. There's always something I didn't know (of course) and I love trying new techniques and adding new ways of doing things to my list. I'm hoping that all the work I do trying to learn will add to making me a better photographer.

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