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Welcome to Beth Dean Photo! I work for corporate America as a digital and content marketer by day and am an Oklahoma-based photographer on the fringes, specializing in family photos, seniors, weddings, and architectural photography.
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Have I mentioned lately how excruciatingly difficult it is to photograph my own family? This one was actually not so bad because I let the boys be silly after we got a couple of the more traditional poses. Hence the preponderance of little boy bottoms. Anyway, from my family to yours, we wish you a very Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Festivus for the Rest of Us, Happy Kwanzaa, or other non-denominational holiday! We love ya’ all and the unique traditions that every family brings to the season. Have a good one! (more…)

OK. so here’s my problem. I have no objectivity or professionalism when I’m photographing kids. I’ m usually busy squealing about how incredibly cute they are. I had a really hard time keeping it together with this kid in particular during his photography session, because everything he wore, everything he said, and everything he did was beyond cute. I’ve been driving my husband crazy by repeatedly saying “He’s so cute!” in a voice about five octaves higher than my normal one the whole time I was going through his photos. (more…)

I had a great time photographing this brother and sister the the Sam Noble ├é┬ádinosaur museum! They were both so sweet and it was clear that they love each other very much. It was really cool seeing the joy on the sister’s face and getting to chat with the brother as we walked through the museum. They’re such good kids!

Special thanks also to Sam Noble Museum staff for being so helpful and friendly. (more…)