Rana Salame Striedinger

Rana Salame Striedinger

Born in wartime Beirut, grew up in south Detroit, and learned life lessons in Chicago… now I live between quartz and the stars in an 1890’s farmhouse nestled in the cornfields of Indiana with my husband Nathan and our daughter Lulu Pearl. I have always admired beauty in various forms and spent many years documenting it through photography. I love to photograph people in their natural element, using natural light, naturally. My shoots are mostly filled with glowing laughter, light, and

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About My Work:

I do modern & natural photography with a vintage twist. I love capturing moments for special occasions, weddings, engagements, portraits, maternity, etc. It is when someone has that warmth in their heart, a genuine smile on their face, great friends and family around, that a photograph turns into something special. Please check out my portfolio:


My jewelry design is one of a kind. Every piece is special, and will make you feel as such when you wear it. I specialize in wire wrapping and working with gemstones. I love the natural feel of turquoise, drusy, quartz, and agates. I do work with other stones those are just a few of my favorites! Shop around here:


Pricing Information:

Wedding Package: $2500

All day coverage by me, online proofing album, full rights to all your photographs, seventy edited images, choose to have a bound book ($500 additional cost).


Portraiture Package:  $250/hour location subject to travel fee

Most sessions last two hours and are shot on location of your choosing, my countryside studio is a preferred option. You can have two outfit changes or up to unlimited depending on the time invested. You would have full online proofing gallery, twenty images edited.

Please email me any questions.


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