My name is Kent Potter; I have been involved with, in some form or another, in photography since I was 13. I received a photographic arts scholarship to the Pennsylvania School for the Arts in high school. I served as a photographer in the Navy for over 20 years, and have owned and operated a professional photography business since 1985.
My price includes; one on one personal instruction either in person or electronically, email and/or texting subject related questions.
My passion has always been relating my experience in photography to others. My experience includes many formats of film cameras as well as various DSLR systems. I am familiar with LR, Photoshop and Portrait Professional
Kent and Anna are simply AMAZING! They really are more than photographers. From the beginning through to the end they offered endless support,advice and guidance.. Their experience and professionalism shines through, allowing you to relax and have the best day photos of your life. We have done 3 family shoots with them and couldn’t be more happier with the results, They are seriously talented and genuinely love what they do ! If you’re thinking about booking them, DO IT!!! You won’t be disappointed ! They captured memories we will cherish forever!
Great experience all around. Easy to work with. Pictures were great and didn’t take long to get after the shoot. We have used Reflections In Time 4 times now and will use them again in the future. Can recommend them without reservations.
I can either instruct one on one or electronically, by email or by text. Interview to discover and customize your lessons.
Pennsylvania Governor's school for the arts, Bucknell State University
Graduate of the Navy Schools of Photography, A, B, and C.
Navy camera repair school
Photographic Process Control, Rochester Institute of Technology
20 years as a photographer in the Navy
Photography business owner since 1985
Usually it is $45 per hour
Always had a passion to pass on the knowledge I have gathered over the years in photography. Managed a 35 person photographic lab as a Chief Photographer's Mate in the Navy.
From beginner to advanced
Have photographed some recent memorable events.
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