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Sharon + Collins | Mt. Hood Engagement Session

Portland Wedding Photographers Turn Loose The Art photographed Collins and Sharon near the base of Mt. Hood in the Oregon Cascades. The engagement session capture the beauty of the the mountain, lush white snow and a fun and happy couple who were willing to go to extremes for some great moments. See more at http://turnloosetheart.com

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Bamboo USB Drives from Turn Loose The Art

Photographs are meant to be printed. As important as the printed image is, especially portrait and wedding albums, we feel that you should also have a digital copy of every one of your photographs for personal and archival purposes as well. That’s why many of our album and wall collections include a limited or full [...]

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How to Have A Staycation

What vacation do you have planned this year? Portland portrait photographers Turn Loose The Art explores the concept of a "staycation" what you can do and have to have a staycation to remember! http://turnloosetheart.com

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The Erpelding family plays hide and seek

When Jiae and I first connected, she wasn't sure what to do for their family session. They've only recently located to Portland so she really wanted an iconic Portland look for at least some of their portraits, and suddenly the suggestion of Cathedral Park portraits made a lot of sense. Not only is it a [...]

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23 Hoyt Wedding Photos

I've already written so much about John and Paul's wedding weekend that... They each got ready surrounded by a posse of friends and family. They had a touching first look and hopped on a bus over to their wedding venue, 23 Hoyt. They got married and probably could have gone swimming in a wide pool [...]