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Senior portrait by Tiffany Kelterer Photo of San Diego of high school senior flipping her hair looking at camera
Family portrait by Tiffany Kelterer of San Diego of family walking on Coronado beach dunes at sunset
Sunset Coronado beach maternity photoshoot by Tiffany Kelterer of San Diego of couple on beach walking in the water
Motherhood photoshoot by Tiffany Kelterer of San Diego of mom holding baby girl in field of flowers
Lifestyle brand photography by San Diego photographer Tiffany Kelterer of woman wearing her jewelry line
Boudoir photo by Tiffany Kelterer of San Diego of woman laying on vintage yellow couch topless in black fishnets

MEET ME

Chaser of golden light and genuine moments

HEY THERE, I'M TIFFANY

I'm a San Diego photographer focused on family photography, maternity portraits, senior portraits, and branding photography.

My goal as your photographer is to capture you in a way that is both authentic and candid - forever preserving those special moments with your family, highlighting the face behind your brand, or empowering your inner badass through portraits and boudoir.

Take a look around and let's make some magic happen!

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Headshot of Tiffany Kelterer, photographer in San Diego

WHAT IS MY STYLE OF PHOTOGRAPHY?

My style isn't focused on posing, it's about capturing candid moments through the help of prompts. Will there be posing, yes, I focus on emotive poses and capture all the sweet candid moments in between. Your session is meant to be fun and not forced. I will get you moving, playing with your kids, flipping your hair around, and laughing to capture real moments that tell the story of your family or brand.


maternity portrait in Coronado Beach, San Diego of expecting couple walking along sand dunes at sunset

“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

– Aaron Siskind


“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

– Aaron Siskind



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