The Front Porch Project

Updated: May 8, 2020

Things are crazy right now. We are truly in an unprecedented time in our lives and one that we will remember forever.

My first goal when starting Amy Captures Love was to document life and love in all of its forms as natural as possible. Even though I am not able to fully operate right now, how can we let this time pass without freezing time with images that will last forever?

The Front Porch Project has been sweeping the nation as a way to capture the moment and also give back to the community. I received a lot of tags and shares on social media and I hope that means that YOU are interested in participating in this unique phenomenon.

Here is how it will work.

In order to book your session, click the link and register your info below. I am asking for a $20 (paid via Amy Captures Love invoice) to hold a time slot which 100% of the proceeds will go to (definitely go and check them out and watch the video of how they got started. It is awesome!). Once I gauge how many are interested and their locations, I will email you a date and time slot within the next week. I will arrive at your home and text message that I am out front and you and your family members (pets included) come out and I will spend about 10 minutes capturing photos of you while keeping my social distance of 6-10 feet. You can be silly in your pajamas, have a picnic on the lawn, ride bikes, walk the dogs, anything you want to reflect this crazy time.

Included in your donation, you will receive 1 watermarked image (similar to the above) of your choice for direct download. (Sorry, no print orders will be accepted at this time).

I also can't stress enough how important it is to stay safe during this sensitive time. The general guideline is 6ft but I will be taking that even a step further and shooting from the street, at most from the sidewalk, but I will not be entering your property and staying at least 20-40 feet away. There are two camps on this issue, one, we shouldn't even go outside, and a second that are going outside but keeping a distance. I, personally, am in the second camp. I am still taking walks with my family through the neighborhood and saying hi to neighbors from afar. If you do not feel comfortable with this, no problem! I will look forward to seeing you once things pass and we can resume traditional mini sessions.

So, let's get together and have some fun (while respecting the rules) and document this (hopefully) once in a lifetime situation we have all found ourselves in.


UPDATE: The turnout was amazing. We were able to fundraise $500 to the cause. Thank you so much to those who participated. I have met my maximum availability at this time but if you are interested in a future project like this, please drop me a note here. Also, if you want to join my mailing list, you can get first dibs on all fo the fun! Click here to register.


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