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Thank you for visiting Deb Putter Photography!
A little about me...

I'm the mom of 3 teenage boys, a dog lover, and you can usually find me on a photo shoot, on a tennis court, or on a beach.

I have been passionate about photography for as long as I can remember.  I established my business, Deb Putter Photography, in 2014.  I enjoy every step of the process - from meeting new clients, selecting the perfect location for our shoot, finding fresh and creative ways to photograph people and places, working in my office to hand-edit every portrait and- the best part- sharing the final images with my clients.

There are many components to being a great photographer.  I find the one thing that makes the biggest impact on my portraits is the trust I create with my clients, both adults and children.  I have a very laid-back style and we have a lot of fun on my photo shoots. My goal is to help my clients feel beautiful, relaxed, and confident in front of my camera.   This helps me to capture portraits which showcase true personalities, genuine smiles, and natural interactions between family members which cannot be forced yet make a portrait authentic and beautiful. 

I believe a family portrait is something to be treasured, framed, given as a gift, showcased on a wall, shared on social media for the world to see, and also carefully saved for the future generations to cherish all over again.  I put my heart into my work and love nothing more than capturing memories for my clients.  

*NEW IN 2022* Wall Art by Deb Putter.  I am very excited to launch my new collection of Photography Wall Art!  I can ship my prints anywhere in the USA.  Please see the "Wall Art" tab on my website for some of my images, and email me for pricing.  This collection is a work in progress and always growing.  

I hope you allow me the opportunity to photograph you and your loved ones, or grace your walls with my photography wall art.

Oh- did I mention I love dogs?  Feel free to bring your dog (or any pet!) along for our shoot!
Photo Credit:  Sam Putter, age 14


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