I'm often asked as a photographer about my specialization.  Typically, the inquiry is about genre: family, high school seniors, landscapes, etc.  While I do have certain genres I photograph more than others, my specialty is providing curated photography service and archival products.  That begs the question: What does that mean exactly?  I'm glad you asked.
Each client is offered a no-obligation, in-person or virtual, consultation.  Together, we discuss the who, what, when, where, and why of their desired session.  They get to explore the print and art products I offer.  Working within the scope of their needs and budget, we lay the foundation from which I will build their session.  It is from this consultation that I decide how to frame each shot as well as how many groupings and poses to aim for during the session itself.   

RMP service does not end once the images are in camera and the gallery is ready for delivery. Each client is encouraged to schedule a reveal and ordering session where we view their images together. At the end of this session, clients will know exactly how they wish to preserve and display their images. Before delivering each order, I personally verify the quality and correctness of each item as received by the lab. If desired, I will personally hang wall images for my clients.  Ultimately, my clients choose the level of service they desire.
Robin McMurry Photography works with professional photo labs which use only archival quality photographic papers rated for 100 years of home display, thus telling your story for generations to come.

Curated + Archival = Specialty