Casual Photo
Currently I am using a Canon Rebel EOS T3i. I truly am a Canon girl.

Make sure to subscribe to my blog and you will be able to catch some of my sessions. You will find that I love raw beauty. With the majority of the pictures I take, I at the most will add a filter to them.

My belief is to take the picture intended the first time. I know that is not always possible, but it is what I strive for.

Senior Picture
Prior to a photo-session that you have booked, I will send a questionnaire to be filled out so that I have an idea of your personality and what you are looking for in the shoot. My goal is to make sure that you are happy with your photos and that we are able to work together to ensure that.

Why am I not as expensive as some of the other photographers? Simply put, I do not spend hours upon hours editing my photos. I know many photographers that charge much more than me and with the amount of time that they have put it, they have that right. Plus, for now, I am staying local. What is local? I live in Dickson County, Tennessee.

I do want to also point out, I do volunteer my gifting for some organizations. I had the chance to photograph the Special Olympics for Area 18 and I loved it. It was worth being there to see the immense joy in everybody's faces. Those photos were donated to the Area 18 Special Olympics in Tennessee.

Family Pictures
Are you interested in a photo session with me? Just contact me and let me know.

Photography is not my main source of income so I do have limited bookings. I also no longer do wedding photography.

It never hurts to email me or catch me on Facebook.

Faith Johnson
White Bluff, TN 37187

Awards & Honors - 
Redhawks Soar

In August 2013, I entered the Renaissance Center's juried photography contest, "The Sky's the Limit". I was selected as one of the 40 finalists out of 300 submitted photos.

On October 5, 2013 during the award ceremony at the Renaissance Center in Dickson, TN, I was awarded the Honorable Mention for my photo.

"Redhawks Soar" is a tribute to the first Drill team for the CWHS JROTC. The original print has been donated to the CWHS JROTC.

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