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REVIEW: Naoma StewArt Photography + Discount!

Review by Veronica

The month of June was a busy, fun-filled month. I had my sister's kids visiting me for the whole month, and we had some really fun moments.  We had the opportunity to have pictures taken by Naoma StewArt Photography. She was able to so beautifully capture my niece, nephew and my son. What a fun way to remember their trip to UT.


Naoma is a UT native who fell in love with photography.   Travel within Utah County is free of charge. She charges a traveling fee of $25 for surrounding counties. Her photography packages are very well priced.  She charges $150 and this includes sitting-fee and 25-35 edited images!

Tight Wad Followers get a discounted price of $125 for the photography package if you book her over the course of the next month!What a sweet deal from someone who is REALLY good!

Please check out her Naoma's facebook page and her blog for more pictures!




Please note she recently changed her photography name from Cocoa Bea to Naoma StewArt. :)

I received no compensation for this post.  All opinion are 100% mine.

-Veronica

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