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Capturing ‘the moment’
Monica Roberts Photography in Floresville can help capture that special moment in your life.
As an on-location photographer, Roberts offers styled and lifestyle photography sessions, print products, and digital images. She specializes in weddings, families, and high school senior photography. Roberts said all packages come with prints, even her most basic package. Her work has been described as romantic, dreamy, and whimsical.
As a location custom photographer, Roberts said she can cater to your specific wants and needs. She puts time and effort into every session, to make sure your experience is a great one.
Roberts realized her calling to photography as a sophomore in high school, and said she has not been able to put her camera down.
“Photography is an art,” Roberts said. “It tells a story, your story ... and it’s a story worth telling. Having digital images sitting on your computer will not have a chance to be showcased. I want your images to be passed down from generation to generation.”
A recent resident of New Jersey, Roberts loves “this little town and ... all the character it has to offer.” This has been one of her favorite places to photograph -- the old buildings, the barns, and the open land.
Her work has been featured in numerous blogs and was recently published in BeautyBliss Magazine this fall.
Roberts is also an approved photographer with The Gold Hope Project, organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. These photographers bring awareness of and raise funds for pediatric oncology research and treatment.
She also is involved with Shoots for a Cure, formerly known as Think Pink Photography, an organization that supports all types of cancers.
For more information, call 856-278-1310, email email@example.com, or visit www.monicarphotography.com or https://www.facebook.com/MRPhotography.
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