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Melissa has been nationally published Kansas City newborn, maternity, child, family and wedding photographer for ten years now, opening Captures in Time Photography in 2007. Babies are her favorite subject to photograph. A master of her craft of creating portrait art, she has a gentle touch and infinite patience with newborns, babies and children.

She operates out of a beautiful 1,000 square foot, boutique-style studio in the historic and quiet area of downtown Blue Springs and also on location. Captures in Time Photography offers studio portrait sessions as well as outdoor portraiture. 

With older children, Melissa believes that the more a child’s photography session feels like a playdate, the better the images will be! Her style as a photographer is soulful. The goal is to ensure that the natural expressions and personality of each individual transfers to your portraits.

Best known and requested for her “close-ups” of newborns, babies, and children with amazing clarity and expressions, she offers each client a gallery with a wide variety.

Her sessions are never rushed; she takes time getting the expressions and shots needed to make you a beautiful showcase where you can select your favorite photos. Each individual image is digitally processed with careful expertise (but never overdone), to preserve the integrity of the image.

With ten years experience as a portrait photographer, she stands behind her work. If you don’t like your session, we will re-shoot it and start from scratch, no questions asked! This is a guarantee you do not often see in the portrait world!

Photography is a personal thing, you want to choose someone whose work speaks to you and you also want to know that your session is going to non-stressful and comfortable. Your child will be in the best of hands at all times in her studio. She would love to start planning your session to exceed your expectations.

Captures in Time Photography
1133 W Main Street
Suite 200
Blue Springs, MO 64015

Traveling?  View a list of photographers out of the area here.

“The best thing about a picture is that it never changes, even when the people in it do.” — Andy Warhol