April 2017 >> Senior Portrait >> OSU Class of 2017 Natalie drove to Stillwater all the way from Dallas, where she has an internship, JUST to get some special photos on campus for her mom. She is a soccer star, beauty queen, and a joy to be around! She called asking for a "few" images she had ideas for but once the storm stopped we were able to get some great lighting so she agreed to some extra pictures! When I saw the forecast and contacted her to confirm her shoot she said, "If it rains we will make it work!" (my kind of person) So, knowing she was, like me, willing to brave the elements, I was a little concerned when I woke up to a flood in front of my house and rain like I haven't seen since the summer of 2007. Then, briefly, God held off the rain and when she arrived with a huge smile and it was still chilly and windy she said, "This is my favorite weather." (my kind of person) Having a good attitude will take you further than almost any other character trait. It opens the door fr blessings. This year's seniors have all been such a blessing to meet!

Stephanie an available light, on-location, wedding and portrait photographer based in Oklahoma

Hello! Welcome to my blog! I am an Oklahoma based wife, mother, friend and freelance photographer of love and life. I prefer to use available, natural light and take my portraits on location. I absolutely love photographing everything from weddings to newborn babies! My blog is where I post highlights of recent projects and some of my favorite portrait sessions.
Stephanie is a self taught, available light, on-location, wedding and portrait photographer based in Oklahoma.

Her style is a mix of candid shots and a timeless approach to authentic portraits.  Everyone, including newborns, children, senior, families, couples, engagement  and wedding clients are welcome!

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2017 Stephanie Layne Photo |  Stephanie is an Oklahoma based destination wedding senior family and children's portrait photographer located in Stillwater, OK

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