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Hey There!

I'm Natasha - Wife, mom, camera artist and kindergarten teacher located down south in Enterprise, Alabama. Documenting the life of your children and family is something I am very passionate about. Finding the right photographer is a huge commitment so if you like what you see, consider giving me a call at 334.303.8006 or email me at natasha@natashachalker.com  I can walk you through the process and answer any questions you may have, no pressure, I promise! 

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Monthly Archives: April 2011

Tornado Relief Trade Day

Tornado Relief Trade Day by Natasha Chalker Photography – DETAILS – up to 4 people, 20 minute mini-session May 14 9am-12pm No purchase neccesary, only donations accepted   Trade one case of water (20+ bottles) for one session fee Trade 5 canned/boxed food items for one 5×7 portrait Trade 1 bag of clothing for one...

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slllurrrp | Enterprise Alabama Photographer

This is Faith, or Faith Dog as we call her She loves: frisbees sleeping under my side of the bed peeking out of the window blinds, waiting for Daddy to come home chasing the neighbor’s lawnmower and most of all she loves a little boy named Braden and if you’ve ever met her, there’s a...

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baby poop | Enterprise Alabama Newborn Photographer

it comes with the job. I always tell my clients not to get upset when the baby poops or tinkles on my blankets or props. It happens. At every session. And I usually get pooped on, or tinkled on. At every session. It’s just part of the job! Baby Ella wasn’t any different than any...

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Soft & Sweet Beach Sessions | Florida Beach Photography

A few from last weekend’s sessions:    

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