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    I'm Andrea, and I am the owner, photographer and artist here at Lume Photography in Oxford, MI. On this site you will find examples of my work, information on the services I provide, and resources for other photographers. Pull up a chair, take some time to browse the website, and contact me for more information or to book a session!

Beary and Natalie

I’ve been wanting to do this for a long time, and when the weather turned 70 degrees the other day, I decided not to wait any longer. My daughter, Natalie, received this bear as a gift when she was born. Her cousin had won him out of one of those claw machines, so of course, he is irreplaceable! Beary is Natalie’s FAVORITE toy. He goes with us pretty much everywhere, and has almost earned himself the title of “kid #3″. I wanted to do a portrait session with Beary and Natalie, because (knock on wood) something does happen to him, she’ll have some really nice pictures to remember him by!

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  • Mary - these are so very adorable! and what a great idea! she’ll have these memories with her beary forever :)ReplyCancel

  • Asheley - Beary looks well-loved. It’s beautiful how you’ve captured him & Natalie so vibrant and full of life!ReplyCancel

  • Emily Supiot - These are so fun and innocent! Nice photos!ReplyCancel

Brothers and Best Buds

These two little boys are as cute as they come! They are brothers, best friends, and just love playing and hanging out with each other. ┬áTheir birthdays are very close to one another, so this was a “three-year + one-year” session. I love that I get the opportunity to capture each of them as they grow! It was really cold outside the day of their session, so I set up my little “mini-studio” in their house.

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  • Bobbijo - very cute shots! love their shirts!ReplyCancel

Pet Portraits

Pet portrait photography- one of my favorite things! I love working with ALL types of pets, capturing each pet’s individual personality. Pet portrait sessions can take place in an outside setting, in an indoor setting, or in a “studio” setting with backdrop and professional lighting. I think it’s so important to have a few great portraits of your pet, because they are only with us so long- and when it’s time to say goodbye it’s such a treasure to have the memory of them documented.

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