Five on Three: Brittany Feagans Photography, Inc.

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Brittany Feagans

Owner/photographer, Brittany Feagans Photography, Inc.

Based in Plano, Brittany Feagans is an award-winning photographer who travels nationwide to provide affordable wedding, engagement and portrait photography. With an extreme attention to detail, Brittany focuses on photojournalistic and traditional styles.

Address: Plano, serving all of DFW

Year opened: 2009

Number of employees: 1

Website: brittanyfeagansphotography.com

Email: Bfeagansphoto@gmail.com

What does your business offer that is unique compared to similar businesses?

All of my photography packages are custom and tailored to the specific event. I’ve photographed weddings with as few as 10 guests and as many as 600 attendees, and each celebration is as unique as the couple. I go above and beyond to make sure my clients have fun and receive images they’ll cherish for years to come.

 

What is the most important part of your job on a daily basis?

Communication. I encourage my clients to contact me any time, with any question – I want them to feel comfortable with me and confident in my ability. I also strive to capture each couple as they truly are – not just cookie cutter, catalog poses. I research wedding trends, purchase fun props and constantly explore new locations.

 

What are your keys to success?

Passion, persistence and a little bit of OCD. I love what I do, and I’m not afraid to get dirty (or bitten by fire ants) to get the picture.

 

What surprises you most about your job?

I’m always surprised by how small of a world we live in. For example, the maid of honor in one of my Texas weddings was a girl I went to high school with in suburban Chicago. I’m also pleasantly surprised with how many clients become friends.

 

Tell us something most people wouldn't know about your company.

I only book one photo session per day, because I truly want each client to have the best lighting conditions possible for their portraits. I’m also offering free family sessions for survivors of the Dec. 26 tornadoes in an effort to help them create new tangible memories that may have been destroyed in the storm.

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