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There is a garden in every childhood, an enchanted place where colors are brighter, the air softer, and the morning more fragrant than ever again
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10130 Falls Rd.
Potomac, MD 20854

202.870.6773

Yellowhale Photography specializes in newborn, baby, child and family photography using natural light and settings to create pure and captivating images. A professional photographer with a thriving business, Kyung Jung is based in the Washington, DC area. She travels throughout the District, Northern Virginia and Maryland turning life’s precious moments into contemporary and vibrant memories. For more information, please contact Kyung at 202-870-6773 or info@yellowhale.com.

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How I like to have a perfect portrait studio

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Recently, I've been getting more emails from other portrait photographers inquiring if I offer a photography business mentor or teaching. Most of the topics asked include how to run a successful portrait studio, when is the best time to know to have a studio, and if there is any recommended technique to work with families with young children, and more. I am flattered and honored to receive these emails and I am also sorry for not being able to answer all the questions right away. I recently guest posted at a great resource blog for savvy photographers, TiffnBox.Org  by a great portrait photographer Seshu about "5 things to consider when opening your own photography studio" (full post available here)

There, I shared my honest experience of having a beautiful portrait studio where I create images, call or meet my clients, spend hours of post processing/packaging/ordering everything needed to let me be what I meant to be, a portrait photographer. If you have been following my work, wanting to become a photographer, or thinking of opening your own studio, you may find this post  helpful. Once you there, you will be able to find lot of other helpful topics to read. Tiffinbox is a great resource, you will want to sign a newsletter to catch all the goodness of views, reviews, and interviews of photography industry.