Amy Horn


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As a photographer, I love nothing more than to walk into a home and see family photos on display. Even more of a compliment is when I see pictures I’ve taken turned into art on their walls. Many times, it’s difficult to think of where to start with turning a blank wall into a showcase of your family.

Each week I’ll be posting a few images I’ve found on the world wide web here for you to gain inspiration from. Click the image to trace to the root image of the photo, as these are not my images.

Happy Monday for all of you readers. Hope these images help inspire you to create and display beautiful works of photography!

This would be excellent to display a first year overview from the Baby Collection program or even your favorites from one session:

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what a great way to incorporate pictures from the newborn session into the nursery. I really love the one large image with supporting smaller ones around it.



johnny // madison indiana senior photography // senior pictures

You may remember Johnny from earlier this summer as he was my student representative for Madison Consolidated High School in Madison, Indiana. Graduating with the class of 2012, Johnny has a huge interest in biology, forensics and martial arts (he is a blackbelt, after all). Here are two images from our recent session in downtown Madison, Indiana.

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I’ll post more as I work through this awesome session! 🙂 You rock, Johnny!

johnny // senior rep session // madison indiana senior portraits

As fall is creeping upon our doorstep, I wanted to post a blog about senior portraits. This is the perfect time of year for students who just started their senior year to have their portraits taken. Not only are the temperatures great, but the scenery practically paints itself into the backdrop of your portrait.

I was lucky enough to have Johnny be my senior representative for Madison Consolidated High School this year. This young man is involved in activities both in and outside of school. Here are my favorite shots from his rep session, where we met to get images for his rep cards. In the next month, we’ll met again to have his actual senior portrait session.

A big thanks to Johnny for being such a great sport during our rep session and I CAN’T wait for his actual senior session.

If you are currently a junior and interested in being a senior representative, please email me at

I will be accepting senior representatives from the following counties in Indiana – two in Dearborn, one in Ripley or Ohio counties, two in Jefferson County. I will also accept applications from students in Trimble County, Ky. and if chosen, will take one student rep from Jefferson County, Indiana and one from Trimble County, Ky.


these aren’t your mother’s senior pictures!


That’s the word I would use to describe today’s senior pictures sessions. Today’s seniors have the most jam-packed lives. Trying to capture all aspects of their complicated young lives can be a task during a senior picture session.

When I worked with William, he told me he played flute in the school band since junior high. While he wanted to include that aspect of his life, he didn’t want a traditional “band” photo. We compromised on an artistic shot that he and his parents liked.

Thinking outside of the box is what senior pictures are all about.

Juniors, I’m looking for some representatives the following high schools: Madison Consolidated, Southwestern, Lawrenceburg, South Ripley, Milan, South Dearborn and East Central. If you are selected as a representative, 50 percent of your session fee is waived. Other perks of being a representative can be discussed at a the pre-session consultation.

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