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Portfolio: Kids » Damion Dunlap Photography
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    Yeah, I know it's not a word but around here, that's how I roll. Welcome to the blog of Damion Dunlap, a wedding and portrait photographer based in Panama City Beach, FL. I'm a proud father of three who first started in photography to capture those special moments in the lives in my little people. I try my best to keep things simple yet elegant in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Thanks for dropping by and enjoy.

Portfolio: Kids

Being a father of three myself, I love the little people.  Being able to capture those special stages in a child’s life, is what prompted me to get my first “real” camera.  As I look back through the images of my own little people, I realize how quickly they can change.  It seems like just yesterday my baby girl was being born and now she’s walking around, grabbing food off the table, and trying to climb everything within reach.  It is truly a joy to be able to photograph children in their element and see how something inside them lights up when the feel like they can let down their hair and just be themselves.

May 17, 2011 - 3:46 pm

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