What if I don’t want pictures of my family online?

toddler cries on bed while boy plays with toys ignoring him

So you love what you see on my website – honest images of real people- and you think you want this for your own family!

But maybe you’re more of a private person and not sure you’re ready to share your own pictures online??

Let’s talk. We can still work together!

little boys play soccer with each other in their backyard, grabbing each other roughly

I do rely on my photographs to sell my work to future clients. But I absolutely hear your concerns! I have kids, too. I get it. I respect your privacy. 

We had a photographer present at my son’s birth, and I remember my husband’s surprise when one of the photos from my labor was shared on social media. As a photographer myself, I hadn’t thought twice about it; but seeing his anxiety introduced a new perspective for me. He is a private person who holds a pretty public job. It was important to him that he had a level of control over which photos were shared online.

And THIS is how I approach each and every one of my clients’ photos- through the lens of my husband.

Still, if you would like for me to wait to share your slideshow online- giving you the chance to sign off on the images first- just let me know! I am happy to do so!

My top two priorities are Beautiful Photos and Happy Clients. So please share your questions and we can talk through some options!

mom sticks her tongue out at her baby girl as she changes her diaper, with twin baby laying next to them.

PS Want to keep your session/photos COMPLETELY off the internet and social media? (Say you’re a celebrity or your job requires complete confidentiality.) No worries! Ask me about a non disclosure agreement (NDA).

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Pamela Anticole

Serving PA OH & Beyond

Pamela Anticole is a Pittsburgh based newborn and family photographer. Her award winning style is thoughtful and emotional, and your client experience is both relaxed and fun!


Pamela will photograph your baptism, birthday party, anniversary, bar/bat mitzvah, or wedding in a documentary style learned as a newspaper photojournalist. It is her focus on real, natural relationships and ability to anticipate emotional candid moments that bring sensitivity to her work as a documentary photographer. Pamela is located in the Wexford area of Pittsburgh, PA and available for family photography within 45 miles of downtown Pittsburgh. She also offers photography education for parents both online and on location in person in the Pittsburgh area.