Amber Fox Photographer » Stylish Portraits for Hip & Happy High School Seniors & Families in Orange County & Los Angeles, CA

Introducing the Urban Mount! I love this product and I am so excited to offer it to my clients.

The Urban Mount comes off the wall with a  3/4″ of an inch depth and is the perfect contemporary mounting option that doesn’t require a frame to hang on the wall. The elegant edges of the Urban Mount can create a chic modern wall display with the focus all on your beautiful image.

Urban Mounts are made from lightweight foam banded with your choice of a Black, White, Light Wood, or Stainless edge and comes ready to display with hanging holes on the backside (as shown in the picture below). You can mount it with a variety of paper options, but my ultimate favorite paper surface is a metallic paper, which is super glossy and yummy looking. It adds an extra modern touch.

  • Gail - December 15, 2010 - 7:30 am

    These are GORGEOUS!

  • Lisa Dabbs - December 15, 2010 - 7:33 am

    Love this wonderful medium for sharing pics!

After teaching photography for 9 years, I have been asked all sorts of questions when it comes to photography, and not just by kids. I get all sorts of parents, friends, fellow teachers and clients asking me what this button does on their camera or how to take better pictures. So if you are one of those people who wants to finally figure out how to use your big fancy camera, our little workshop is for you!

Our fabolous workshop will be lead by me and my best friend (who also is a photo teacher) from Black Bird Portraits in her beautiful home in Fullerton on December 18, from 1:00-3:00.

Yummy food and drinks will be served too. Jess’ mom is a chef, so the food is going to be pretty much amazing!

And if you are buying a nice camera for a loved one, consider buying them a seat at our workshop so they can use their new camera to it’s fullest potential.

To reserve your spot, please email or Spaces are going to fill up quickly, so reserve yours today.

  • Thomas - December 6, 2010 - 8:48 am

    AWESOME!!!I wish you and Jess the best in your new venture!

  • Jaqueline - December 6, 2010 - 2:45 pm

    This is awesome! I was just thinking you should have an informative photography section for FAQ and tips because your a teacher you know so much.

    Sometimes I wish I was back in your high school class

One of my favorite things about living in California is the weather. Today’s high, in December mind you, is going to be a beautiful 70 degrees. Love it! So when you are a portrait photographer, like myself, your clients don’t have to worry too much about bundling up in tons of scarves and winter coats for their holiday portrait. Actually that sounds kind of like a cute combo for a photo session.

Anyhow, to today’s post. Today I give you a desert rose palette for your wardrobe inspiration.


I have known the Yoon family for over 10 years. Susan and Albert used to go the same church as me back in the day. Our church was only 50 or so people, so we all got to know each other really well. So last year, when Susan & Albert contacted me to do a family portrait session I jumped at the chance, because it meant I got to see old friends and their cute little girls.

Fast forward another year to 2010, their daughters Fiona & Ella have gotten a little bit taller and that much cuter. It was super fun to spend the afternoon in one of their favorite hang out spots, Malaga Cove Plaza in Palos Verdes. The girls had so much fun with their parents and really knew how to work the camera.

I just love how Albert is looking at how beautiful his wife is. Oh my gosh Susan, you are gorgeous! Albert, you are one blessed man! The girls had a little tea party in the park. Oh what fun! Three beautiful ladies.  Fiona, you are so precious. I just want to hug you right now.
Ella, you are girl after my own heart. You love to read and practice my favorite yoga move.  I think this might have to be my favorite photo from the whole shoot. Love! To the Yoon Family, Merry Christmas! Thanks for letting me photograph your family year after year. It’s an honor to photograph your children as they grow up.

There were so many good photos from this shoot that I have to include a slideshow! Enjoy how darling these pictures are.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
  • Gail - November 30, 2010 - 8:30 am

    Oh my goodness I just ADORE these!!!!! Those names? Fionna and Ella are just SO sweet! I love their tights too! I think the tea party shot is my fave!

  • Susan Yoon - November 30, 2010 - 8:43 am

    Amber! We LOVE and ADORE the photos!! Thanks for getting us all teary this morning – you’ve made our family feel extra special! These are truly shots that we can cherish for our lifetime. Um… how do we choose? That seems almost impossible! :)

  • Noelle - November 30, 2010 - 8:52 am

    wow! These are beautiful! This family is gorgeous too! I’m absolutely in love with that champagne colored dress.

  • Tira J - November 30, 2010 - 9:03 am

    Great images Amber! You captured this family so well. Images they will cherish forever.

  • Holly Gratner - November 30, 2010 - 10:07 am

    Sooooo Goooood!!! As always!

  • Coryn - November 30, 2010 - 1:02 pm

    What a photogenic family! My favorites are the one photo with the two little girls sitting on the grass with the tea set, the one with the oldest daughter reading a book by the big teddy bear, and the one photo with the husband and wife in front of a painting or mural…..very nice pictures!!!!

  • Christina - November 30, 2010 - 2:44 pm

    Love all of these, the two book themed ones are my favorite as I’m a bit of a bookworm too :)

  • Stephanee - November 30, 2010 - 9:52 pm


  • Jessica - December 2, 2010 - 10:03 am

    Ok, this is my favorite family session of yours ever. Its awesome. I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!!! Fantastic work!! I’m so digging the fisheye.. you really DO need it!

  • Nancy - December 7, 2010 - 3:32 am

    Gorgeous photos Amber, as always. Love the one with the teddy bear, my fave too. ;) I’ve been thinking of using vimeo for slideshows too, it seems pretty easy.

F a c e b o o k
T w i t t e r