Have you heard of the #frontstepsproject?

 

A family of four poses for a photo on their front steps. Mom, wearing biusines casual adn house slippers, holds baby up in the air. Young daughter strikes a superhero pose in her SuperWoman costume. Dad, wearing a suit coat with pajama bottoms and flip flops, fiddles with his laptop.
A family poses for a #frontstepsproject photo shoot on their front porch. (c) Pixel Dust Photography

The current COVID-19 pandemic and its ensuing social distancing restrictions has created a LOT of down time for almost everyone in the wedding and events industry… but photographers all around the country are using this time for good! The #frontstepsproject is a movement in which professional photographers are arranging free mini-photo shoots with families on their front porches or lawns (while keeping a safe distance, of course) — all for a donation to charity.

What a fantastic way to use your talents to help others!

Local and semi-local participants:

 

Are you a Gainesville, Florida-area photographer taking part in this project? Send us an email at rentals [@] floridamuseum.ufl.edu and we’d be happy to add you to our list!

 

Thanks to Pixel Dust Photography by Amber Rishavy for our main image!