Hi there! I’m Melissa Lantz and I would love to be your next baptism photographer. To learn more about me and to see if we would be a great fit for one another go here.

FreeLantz Photo provides photography and videography for baptisms, specializing in Latter-day Saint baptisms. Being baptized is a special occasion and one to be remembered. Having a one-on-one photo shoot of the soon-to-be baptized child is a great way to make them feel special and a wonderful way to celebrate this amazing moment in their life. If you’re an older “child” who is getting baptized that’s totally fine too.

Another perk to having a baptism photo shoot is that you will have all these amazing photos to use for their baptism day. BONUS! If you choose to do a full session, you will have the option to have your very own custom invitation made. Typically for Latter-day Saint baptism photo shoots we shoot at an LDS temple nearby, mine happens to be the Gilbert, Arizona Temple but we can discuss these details further when you schedule.

I strive to make my baptism portrait photography sessions as relaxed and lighthearted as possible. I promise to help make them feel comfortable and confident in front of the camera and I will help pose and guide them during the photo shoot. Doing all this will give your final gallery a variety of beautiful photos for you to choose from. I also always make sharing your images easy. That is why all of my baptism packages include a custom, personalized experience with FreeLantz Photo and access to a private online digital gallery where you can easily download, share and print all of your professionally edited, high resolution digital files that are included in your specific package. You will also have the option to purchase more photos if you would like. No hidden fees, no required purchase minimums and no secrets.

If all this sounds awesome then contact me and we will get this amazing and fun photo shoot scheduled for you and your child.

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