Allison + Rowboat :: Boston Portrait Photography

I introduce you, my lovely readers, to Allison and Rowboat. That’s right, her dog’s name is “Rowboat” or “boat” for short. Allison is such a beautiful person inside and out! She is always full of laughter and entertaining me with her hilarity! It was *so* fun working with you two!

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© Alexandra Roberts Photography


It was such a beautiful fall day in New England, all the leaves were perfect.  We started out at a football field to let the Boat run around for a while.
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© Alexandra Roberts Photography


© Alexandra Roberts Photography

© Alexandra Roberts Photography


Allison got right on the ground, even though it down poured the night before and the leaves were all wet.  Rowboat was being so cute that she couldn’t resist playing with him!
She is so pretty!
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© Alexandra Roberts Photography


© Alexandra Roberts Photography

© Alexandra Roberts Photography


And this one is my absolute favorite!
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© Alexandra Roberts Photography


Which one do you like the best?

'tis the season - Boston Holiday Family Portraits

With the holiday season fast approaching, I’ve been getting inquiries about holiday family portrait sessions. What better time to have your family portrait taken but in the middle of Boston’s gorgeous fall backdrop?! For those holiday cards that family members & friends look forward to receiving all year long, here are the details:

  • You choose the location, I come to you!
  • up to 1 hour of shooting
  • online gallery proofing of all images
  • two (2)  8 x 10 prints or four (4) 5 x 7 photographs (if you would like to purchase additional prints, contact me on pricing) *AND* eight (8) wallets
  • two (2) digital images processed by me
  • furry friends allowed and encouraged!
  • contact me at holiday@alexandraroberts.com to set up your shoot, or use my contact form.
  • $150, I take online payments for your convenience

Note on prints:  I am picky about how my prints look.  I use a 3rd party lab which I have calibrated my monitor with and created a monitor profile to match what I see on my screen to their printers. Prints are created with printers that expose light sensitive paper that is then run through a chemical process. These are real photographs, not inkjet prints.