We are so excited that Senior Week is finally here! We will be featuring some upcoming seniors this week as they are getting ready to enter into their last year of high school.

On a side note, we have some fabulous prizes to give away! We are giving away as the grand prize a $100 gift card to H&M. We also are giving away Starbucks gift cards, Fandango gift cards, and Leopold’s Ice Cream gift cards. What? It’s craziness! So much free stuff

Just go enter at this link http://www.rafflecopter.com/rafl/display/89e493e62/?

Any high school student in Chatham, Bryan, and Effingham County can enter to win.

We have now opened up bookings for all June, July, and August senior sessions.  If you book your session during Senior Week you get $100 off your custom senior session!


It is Prom Season! You have your dress or tuxedo, made your limo and dinner reservations, your parents are renting a beach house, but have you secured a professional  photographer to document this epic event?

Make sure you book your prom session early.  Sessions are limited so call today to secure yours!

Are you going to prom with your best friend or a group of friends? No worries, we have that covered too!Prom, Girls at Prom


Hey Class of 2018,

Renee Buckles Photography is looking for fresh faces for their Senior Week Campaign.  If you are interested and want to learn how you can be a part of this event, shoot us an email at info@reneebucklesphotography.com by March 10, 2017. In your email let us know in 1 -2 sentences: What are you most excited about your senior year?

Modeling experience is not required!


Looking for models, girls, ages 10-13. A parent or guardian must be willing to sign a model release form.

What to do? Email Renee@Reneebucklesphotography.com by February 17, 2017  For the subject line just use “Model Call”.  Please include a picture of your child (it can be a snapshot).  We will respond back with details of the session if we feel your child will be a good candidate.

Thank You!


$5500.00 is the amount of money owed to my business. It might be a small amount to you, but to me it is a determing factor in do I continue on? Or do I abort my dream? Being a business owner is hard. It will cause you to second guess yourself. There are many lessons to be learned and some of them are harsh.

2016, marks my third year in business and I am disappointed. I am in debt, most clients are not making their payments and some are ignoring emails and phone calls about missed payments.

Session goals for 2016 were not met, sales goal were not met, and I came no where near what I wanted to pay myself. The money that was made went right back to cover the costs of running the business. I did not pay myself. I broke a cardinal rule in business.

Some business goals for 2016 were accomplished: professional branding and logo was done, acquired  equipment to do in person ordering sessions in client’s home, and Course work was completed on running a thriving photography business.

I also learned some lessons: set a policy and stick with it, get a backup credit card number for payment plans, get the first payment the day of the ordering session, do not give free sessions to get exposure, do not allow other cameras at session, value my time, photograph what I want to photograph, expand my circle of getting my ideal clients and treat my business like a business and not a hobby!

I do know that in 2017, I will not abort my dream of being a photographer/businesswoman. I will have my own in home studio. I will attend the Blink Conference in Seattle, Washington. I will not photograph anyone if they are not my ideal client.  I will only photograph families, seniors, and kids. And I will pay myself first!

I value family, relationships, and learning. I am at my best when I am helping others.  What I love most about being a photographer is connecting with people.  I have made it my mission to provide a personable experience, excellent customer service and beautiful images for my clients!






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