#058 – Summer Reflections + Q&A

This will be the FINAL episode hosted on the Fearless and Framed website. Moving forward, all episode show notes will be published under my new brand: Dangerously Good Stories.

I love to reflect on transitioning seasons and invited you along as I reflected on my summer—hoping it’s a chance for you to reflect on the season you’re in alongside me. Then, I answered 3 reader / listener questions.

A few topics covered:

  • A breakdown of what our summer looked like: visitors, vacationing, camp, life at home
  • The simple moment where I felt like a good mom (and thankful I *noticed*)
  • Question Answered: Do you always feel understood?
  • Question Answered: What do you prioritize—family, work or something else?
  • Question Answered: What was something that helped you live presently in each (work + fam)?

Enjoy the story… 

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Author: MarieMasse
I help client documentary photographers fine-tune their workflow + marketing game, so their work is filled with sessions that represent their voice + client values while earning a living. I shoot undirected, off-beat stories that aren’t preserved often enough (like the story of couples before starting a fam or becoming empty-nesters – a dream project of mine), so my clients’ old box of photos is a meaningful, visual diary of their life + legacy to leave behind.

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  • I found your website on Pinterest. I am not a professional photographer, just a mom with a big family that means the world to me. I am intentional about family dinners and spending time as a family as a priority and it truly makes me the happiest. Do you have any suggestions for how I can capture everyday pictures myself without a photographer always being present or being so focused on getting photos or video that I miss the moment? I’ve thought about setting up a camera on a tripod but I have no idea and don’t know very much about photography. Any advice is so very appreciated. With gratitude, Laurie.