Hello fans and friends!
Lady Zeffler here with some news: We have decided to make this fall our last doing family photo sessions.
That’s right: We’re retiring.
It’s been wonderful meeting and working with so many of you terrific people. The support and encouragement we’ve always received has been genuinely life changing. You are all amazing. But it’s time to move on.
We’ll be deleting the Facebook page, but the website will still be active and you can also find Zane over on Instagram.
If you won a photo shoot with us through a charity auction, have a credit with us or we’ve traded services with you – we will definitely still honor these commitments, just email me when you’re ready (any time through 2016).
If you’re interested in a shoot with us this fall you can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have nine spots left.
Again, thank you for making the last few years of this nonsense a genuine delight.
After a long weekend cooped up in the house, I felt like a drive to hunt some potential photo shoot locations.
I admit to being less than inspired by brown and light tan houses and municipal parks.
We didn’t have much luck uncovering a magic new location, but we had some fun, burned some gas and learned when my daughter is hungry nothing annoys her more than classic rock radio.
“My tummy is sad,” she said. That’s the cue to head home.
This was a fun opportunity that I’d like to take advantage of again soon. Shooting some motorcross racing out in the Arizona desert.
So many fun photos from a great wedding of some genuine and sweet people at a beautiful venue. Click here to check out the blog post from Fall 2012 featuring this wedding.
This photo goes back to Fall 2009 with our good friend Shye. Her and her family are no stranger to Zeffler Photo cameras and are always game for a fun photo shoot. I still dig this little house that a neighbor had in their backyard. Perfect prop.
While certainly not a technical marvel of a photo, I enjoyed looking back on this in one of my first attempts at trying to capture a character. And it’s always fun to work with an unmasked (yet still masked) el guapo. The jack of hearts, a classy villian.
I haven’t had the opportunity to photograph many concerts, but it’s always fun when I do. Here’s a shot with heavy metal band Testament. They opened for Motorhead, Heaven & Hell (Black Sabbath reunited with Ronnie James Dio) and Judas Priest. Yeah, it was loud and awesome.