Changes to Chasey Bardach Photography!

April 27, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
'Tis the season, y'all! It's starting to warm up and the days are getting longer, summer is almost here! As the busy season is almost in full swing I want to let you all know of some changes that I've made! The first is my availability. I love shooting family sessions, it is what I started out doing. I have set aside times in which I can devote to...
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April 20, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
We see it all over the internet. It's splattered all over Pinterest and Instagram. SUNSET. SESSIONS. These dreamy warm summer images of families or couples frolicking and soaking up the last few minutes of the warm summer sun. Now, I'm not here to make my case against these sessions. I LOVE these sessions. I'm here to make my case for SUNRISE SESSI...
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Silas James

December 22, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
This gallery is pure magic. A mini road trip to help a friend with a wedding turned into playing with my littlest son all day. And shooting, of course. This little boy loves to roam free and get into EV-ER-Y-THING and this day allowed all of that.
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Two Wrights Make a BABY!

September 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I just can't say how much I love this couple right here. I photographed Julie & JR's wedding two years ago on October 12th. As a wedding photographer, I consider it a huge honor to be hired by each and every one of my clients. One of the biggest days of my clients lives and they chose ME to spend just about every second with them?! WHOA. That's suc...
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Hunt Family Session in the City

June 21, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I photographed the sweet Hunt family a few Sunday mornings ago in downtown Indianapolis. Crystal and Andy's little guy, Brayden Andrew, was at his 6 month old milestone so he was sitting up, wanting to stand, and loving mommy and daddy's interactions with him. Crystal and Andy also incorporated the cutest wood letter block train that was Dad's as a...
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