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Personal Projects | Jamie Schultz Photography- baby, children, high school senior pictures, family photographer in Minneapolis, Minnesota and Twin Cities

Built in the late 1800's, my studio is home to great history & memories. A childhood dream was realized when I opened my boutique style photography studio loft in this unique space filled with character. The space combined with our location in the quaint downtown area of Hudson, WI offers the capability for custom photography sessions indoors in addition to personalized on-location sites. My signature portrait style consists of simple,

yet strong composition resulting in images that are both honest and highly emotive. Foregoing stiff poses and forced smiles, I interact with subjects in such a way that unveils their distinct personalities. This approach combined with exquisite attention to detail provides for a comfortable and relaxed photo session and extraordinary images.


Personal Projects

I’m going on my 9th year in business and one thing I’ve discovered is that I have a bit of routine when it comes to prepping for my senior shooting season. Each year, after we thaw out from our long, cold winter and before the start of my senior season, I like to do a photo shoot that is just for me. This is a chance for me to get back in the groove of shooting outdoors, practice new techniques, try out ¬†new locations, and build a collection of images to use for work assignments.

When I set out to do a personal project I never quite know who my subject will be or where I’ll find them. ¬†Somehow right about the time I get the bug to work on a photo project it seems I come across the perfect person. This year that person was Kara. I was in yoga class one day with Kara and her mom and I knew right away that I wanted to get Kara in front of my camera. We arranged for her to come out to my studio and I’m so glad we did. Having an opportunity to photograph her was exactly what I needed. Our session reminded me of just how much I love the art of photography and it made me more excited than ever for the upcoming senior shooting season. Thank you, Kara!

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  • Betty says:

    Gorgeous portraits! The poses look so natural and relaxed. Best I’ve seen in a long time.

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Foregoing forced smiles and stiff poses, I create a relaxed environment resulting in images that are both honest and highly emotive. Whether it is an inquisitive stare, a shy smile, or a deep belly laugh, I strive to capture those fleeting moments for you to treasure.