Project Description

Family Portrait Photography

Capturing “Family Ties” in Fine Art Portrait Photography

Family portrait photography is about capturing the relationships of the family members on film. Warmth, love, and natural affection are the glue that binds a family together. Every family is unique – constantly changing, evolving, and growing. At Gail Nogle Photography, we work to discover how best to portray it.

Telling Your Story to the Generations

Family ties are forever. Family portraits let you both preserve and share these relationships with yourself, friends and extended family. Family portraits look great in your home, instill family pride and help tell the story of your family for generations to come.

Family Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx
Family Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx
Family Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx
Family Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx
Family Portrait Photographer - Dallas Tx

Creating Cherished Family Portrait Heirlooms

Whether your family portrait photography session depicts a more traditional style of family portraits in the studio, or something more creative (with costumes or props), or location portraiture in your home, back yard., park or other favorite place, you can be confident that Gail will capture many moments on film that you will cherish as family photo heirlooms for many years.

Capturing the “Real You” – Let’s have some fun!

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 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 craft.

Meeting All Your Family Portrait Photography Needs..

Gail Nogle is the consummate people’s person. You simply cannot be around her and not be infected by her positive energy and passion for her art. This love of life and people finds its way into her artistic expression, and ultimately plays a major part in her success and acclaim in the world of professional portrait photography. She focuses this passion on portraits of families and family members. Please take a few minutes and look through the web site at the many ways her photo art can touch the life of your family.

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

. . . and let’s talk about your Mother and Infant 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