Portraiture | Hit-or-miss

“There is no single form or style of portraiture. Portraiture means individualism and as such means diversity, self-expression, private point of view. The most successful images seem to be those which exist on several planes at once.” – Peter Bunnell

Beautiful portraits from around the world.

Vintage wedding photos that made me happy.

I’m quite positive I need this t-shirt.

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Last, a snap of my kid out in the snow recently.

Lucy the Ballerina | Child photography

My best friend from college visited over the weekend so I had her bring a couple outfits for her daughter, Lucy, to get some pictures in the studio. Lucy did fantastic! I explained in the beginning about doing expressions other than just big smiles. Throughout the whole session she would say, “Okay Kimberly, do you want me to do big smile, soft smile or serious?”. Love that she got into like that. Four outfit changes later I could hardly wait to get them on my computer. This little ballerina is one gorgeous girl.

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Welcome to the official Knight Light Photography blog!


I’m so glad you’re here! I love the blogosphere and I’m excited to have this blog started for my business. I once had a blog that I wrote on for nine years. I have a few real life friends and some really cool experiences to show for it. I retired that blog last year after it had ran it’s course. Starting this blog will be a great way to share more pictures from recent sessions and also allow me to share some more of myself with my clients. (I’m a wear-my-heart-on-my-sleeve type of girl which you’ll soon come to see.)

I started Knight Light Photography almost eight years ago. My husband and I invested in a camera on our honeymoon and I spent the following year taking as many pictures as I possibly could. I spent all of my free time learning everything I could about photography and my camera. Like a lot of photographers, my business started when friends kept asking me to take their kid’s pictures. What started as a fun little side project has slowly morphed into a busy and pretty darn awesome job. I feel so incredibly thankful that I get to do something I love and that my clients trust me to preserve their memories.

I hope you’ll visit often and don’t be afraid to leave a comment or two!