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Family Photography in Washington Crossing Park, PA

Bucks County is a Beautiful Place for Family Portraits Bucks County photographers, including Kaleidoscope Imagery, are blessed to have so many beautiful locations at their fingertips. This golden hour collection of family photography in Washington Crossing Park, PA is no exception! This part of the state is rich in history, rustic architecture, scenic nature, and open…

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Kelsey and Brian’s Winter Engagement at Corson’s Inlet

A Winter Engagement Session at Corson’s Inlet, New Jersey Kaleidoscope Imagery recently had the pleasure of shooting a winter engagement session at Corson’s Inlet, New Jersey.  I’ve never been shy about shouting from the rooftops that Corson’s Inlet is one of my favorites during peak season, but now I get the chance to say how…

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Kat’s University of Pennsylvania Portrait Session

Kat’s University of Pennsylvania Portrait session with Kaleidoscope Imagery was one of my favorites of 2016. The photos are infused with creativity, collaboration, and Kat’s bright personality. I’ve been friends with Kat since high school and have watched her grow as a talented creative over the years. From acting and singing, to playing guitar, to completing her first novel,…

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Bayton Fall Family Session at Wissahickon Valley Park

How have I never been to Wissahickon Park in Philadelphia!? Covering roughly 2,000 acres through the city and beyond, the park offers a full fledged forest within an urban sprawl. There are hiking trails, bridges, natural surroundings, and photo ops galore. It is truly a peaceful and beautiful gem, and paired with a gorgeous family…

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