Claremore Photography Studio is Closing…Here’s What You Need to Know

After seven successful years of business in Claremore, Full Feather Photography is closing shop. Owner Tara Cope and her family are heading for a new adventure in Reno!

For anyone who has not visited the studio before, it is located near downtown Claremore on the corner of 7th and Cherokee. Full Feather Photography specializes in newborns, babies and children, but also offers maternity and family sessions. At this time, Tara plans to book studio sessions until March 15th. All ordering appointments would be booked before March 28th.

The studio will be for sale, but Full Feather Photography will be open until the move. Outdoor sunset sessions will be available this spring and summer. These will be limited availability, and current clients will receive priority booking.

If you would like to book a Studio Session, or be put on the Sunset Session waiting list for this Spring/Summer, please shoot Tara a quick message HERE and she will get in touch with available dates/times.

Best wishes to the Cope family!

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