Honestly Documented Collection XV

Pin now for inspiration later >> See all of our past photo challenge winner collages on our Honestly Documented Pinterest Board.

Honestly Documented on Fearless and Framed is the easiest way for you to become a featured photographer! This weekly photo challenge will give you the best documentary photography inspiration for your sessions. It’s open to any subject matter – details, wedding photography, love, connection, children, family photography, you name it as long as it is honestly documented. We love learning about photographers through their Facebook posts and often check them out for upcoming full blog features and more.

Post your {Honestly Documented} themed photos to our Facebook Timeline + tag your photography page. Feel free to add 1-4 sentences to your photo as a backstory (as seen with some of the submissions below).

What does Honestly Documented mean? 

It’s when a moment presents itself, unprovoked by you as the photographer. It’s when in an instant, what you see makes you grab the camera and your fingers shake to hit that shutter before you miss the moment. You’ve documented a detail in it’s honest form. Being in practice with this type of shooting will give you the greatest gift, to grow your own vision. What you see with start to change. You will look at life with a new pair of eyes that will help you when photographing clients. Honestly Documented is for photographers that want to grow their business on creating memorable photos which show clients their world when no one is looking.

Disclaimer: By posting your photo on our Facebook Timeline, you are giving us permission to feature your photo in our regular blog posts (if chosen) and shared throughout our social media platforms (with credit to you, of course!) + a Pinterest collage of our weekly winners. Readers: Be sure to give credit to the photographer if you pin an image.

Congratulations to the chosen photographers this week!

 

Amy Nolan

Amy Nolan

 

Sonja Stich

Sonja Stich

 

Solas Images

Solas Images

 

In Between Pictures

“The kids asked to go play out in the rain. Sure, why not?”

Shephanie Heydt

 

Shanna Hendrickson

“She wanted to fly a kite. We didn’t have a kite, but a shopping bag on yarn tied to the lamp post turned out to be so much more fun!”

Shanna Hendrickson

 

Point Four Photography

“After attending dozens of college gymnastics meets and rooting for the Utah girls, they are a little bit obsessed with that “U” (it is the symbol for the University of Utah where my husband goes). They shout “Utah” and hold up their hands to make the symbol. So finding it on our walk the other day was very exciting!”

Point Four Photography

 

Two Boys One World

Katarzyna Lechowska

 

Jaime Hough

“How fly-by-the-seat-of-the-pants we are. we saw the sunset peeking from behind the grocery store and it looked like magic. We cut out trip short to go do some fun silhouette shots, but a huge cloud killed those plans. I did have another vision I’d been wanting to capture there, but she had other plans. You know … the kind where you sink your feet into the mud and shake your bum in your mom’s face instead. Yeah … this girl has my heart.”

Jaime Hough

 

Holly Nicole Photography

Holly Nicole

 

Felicia Chang

“So often we do that open mouthed face when we feed our kids, it’s awesome when they do the same thing!”

Felicia Chang

 

Charity Stauffer

Charity Sauffer

 

Burcu Çetin

“”Mom, look what I’m doing, look at me Mom, look what I can do!”

Burcu

 

Brandi Thompson

B Thomas Photography

 

Document something in your day.

Share on our FB wall or #fearlessandframed on IG. We <3 to feature documentary photos of your best memories. Speaking of memories, have you taken our challenge to photographers? Before you go, take a quick peek at our challenge that will open your mind to a whole new meaning in your photo sessions.

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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