Project Description

Childrens Portrait Photographer

Premier Childrens Portrait Photographer Innovator :: Gail Nogle Photography

Childrens portrait photography remains Gail’s first love and forte. Her Dallas photography studio, opened in 1990, is a paradise for the young and the young-at-heart. There, they poke about, trying on this and that, responding to her antics and chatter, unaware of her eye searching for that look, attitude or expression, which has become her trademark. Gail Nogle is widely considered as the premier innovator in children’s portraiture and in photography as a fine art.

Combining Artistic Vision, Whimsy & Technical Mastery to great effect..

Whimsy and boundless enthusiasm are as much a part of GAIL NOGLE’S stock-in-trade as her RZ67 camera. She uses costume outfits, unusual jewelry, staged backgrounds, and a collection of over 300 hats to coax her subjects (young and old) into relaxing as they prepare for their portraits.

Highly regarded by both critics and collectors, Gail has the exceptional talent of capturing the extraordinary in ordinary people. This talent provides her a much-deserved reputation for both artistic vision, as well as a mastery of the technical aspects of her portrait photography craft.

Childrens Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx
Childrens Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx
Childrens Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx

Capturing Your Childs Milestones in Images

Childhood milestones can never be repeated. Fortunately, Gail Nogle can capture these milestones for you in uniquely professional photo portraits, preserving them forever as cherished family heirlooms.

During the first year of your child’s life, physical changes rapidly. In months, they go from helpless newborns to active, curious youngsters, taking their first steps and getting into, well, everything!.

At one year facial characteristics begin to reveal family likenesses and individual character. Still a baby, they take their first steps as their inquisitiveness grows daily. Around the second birthday your child is beginning to speak, and is responding to others in new ways as they explore a widening world. Between the third and fourth birthdays is a most endearing age for “little” boys and girls. Their ability to speak and reason grows stronger every day as they find new ways to display their individuality.

At seven, they are off to school, permanent teeth emerging to change facial contours. Portraits at this age begin to show the special interests that help to define who they are becoming through their new sports, musical, or other activities.

At twelve, your child enters those teenage years when physical, emotional, and attitude changes occur. During these years, portraits can capture the child’s sense of style ever-changing interests.

Now sixteen, childhood is all but a memory. The boy is almost a man, the young woman is now blossoming into womanhood. Whie there is a lifetime of growing and learning to come, they will never again be a child.

Join Gail’s Childrens Birthday Club – Don’t Miss a Year in Photos!

Birthday Club Childrens Portrait Photography by Gail Nogle, celebrates the growth and change your child makes during that year. As a member of our Childrens Birthday Club, you will remember those years from infancy through sixteen with a unique collection of portraits – and at a great savings!.

Call Gail Nogle Photography Today at 972-233-7437 . . .

. . . and let’s talk about your childrens portrait photography session. Our Dallas photography studio is convenient to the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex – and don’t forget that we also do location photo shoots. If you’d prefer to email us, use the simple form on our Contact page.

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Artists talk about the creative process . .

  • “A picture is what they look like and a portrait is who they are.”

    “A picture is what they look like and a portrait is who they are.”

    Unknown

  • “When I have a camera in my hand, I know no fear.”

    “When I have a camera in my hand, I know no fear.”

    Alfred Eisenstaedt

  • “A thing is not seen because it  is visible, but conversely visible because it is seen.”

    “A thing is not seen because it is visible, but conversely visible because it is seen.”

    Plato

  • “I want to see what I have never seen, eat what I have never eaten, meet who I have never met, do what I have never done.”

    “I want to see what I have never seen, eat what I have never eaten, meet who I have never met, do what I have never done.”

    Gail Nogle

  • “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”

    “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.”

    Edgar Degas

  • “The key is to train yourself not just to look, but to see constantly.”

    “The key is to train yourself not just to look, but to see constantly.”

    Unknown

  • “If people knew how hard I have had to work to gain my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful at all.”

    “If people knew how hard I have had to work to gain my mastery, it wouldn’t seem so wonderful at all.”

    Michelangelo