Lisa Phillipson Photography » Atlanta Newborn, Child, Family and High School Photographer

Category Archives: Childhood

I am an Atlanta Metro Professional Photographer based out of Smyrna, Georgia. I capture the natural beauty of children as you always want to remember them.  The most precious part of children’s pictures are when you can see the wonder in their eyes as they explore new things.  Laughter and big smiles when they are genuinely playing and having the time of their life is what parents love to see the most. I am a family photographer that makes your whole family feel comfortable within a few minutes so everyone is relaxed and can be themselves.  If I could give advice to any parent of young children, it would be to take more pictures!  You will never regret having too many pictures taken. I also strongly recommending having a professional portrait of your child at least once a year until they are 4 to 5 years old. The threat of losing those first baby teeth is usually what reminds mother’s to schedule a photo session with me!  You can never get those little days back!

Atlanta Childhood Photographer

Preschool Shoe Love in Smyrna | Part 2

preschool shoe love in smyrna, georgia | part 2 how do you like my personal project of cute shoe photography? TheseView full post »

Marietta Santa Brunch Pictures

Santa at Common Quarter in Marietta, Georgia I had a wonderful time photographing Santa at Common Quarter in EastView full post »

Having Fun in Atlanta

A Fall Session Share in black and white of some of my favorite kids having fun in Atlanta with their siblings. GettingView full post »

Brunch with Santa

Where is the best place in Marietta to see Santa Claus? Common Quarter Make your reservations for brunch at one ofView full post »


handstands and cartwheels   green grass, flip flops and mosquito bites    The Magnolias are fading and myView full post »


Dr. Seuss’ Birthday

“Sometimes you will never know the value of something, until it becomes a memory.”  ― Dr. Seuss  In honor of Dr.View full post »

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