Honestly Documented Weekly Photo Collection V

Honestly Documented on Fearless and Framed is the easiest way for you to become a featured photographer! This ongoing series 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!

 

2B Seen Photography

“Stopping for frozen yogurt after a haircut.”

Angee Smith

 

Angela Douglas Photography

Angela Ramsey

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Julie Moses

“The little lady got her first real bike (with training wheels) and she was very anxious to give it a test drive.”

Julie Moses

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Grace Photography by Max Grey

Max Grey

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Wild Prairie Photography

Sandy Fales

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Use #fearlessandframed on Instagram for a chance to be featured. Click to Follow Fearless & Framed.

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Angela Fenwick Photography

“Worn out.”

Angela Fenwick

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Ellen Elizabeth Photography

Ellen Covey

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Karen Long Photography

“My avid little reader.”

Karen Long

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Photography by Sarah Jayne

“My cheeky girl knows the rules regarding not jumping on the sofa…but when mummy’s not in the room, rules are for breaking, and here she is crash landing!”

Sarah Pavitt

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Photography by Sophtfocus

“My son was eating his spaghetti in a very bored way, and i saw this moment of one of our cats looking at it and at him, and for some reason I found this really funny. I hope you like it!”

Sophie Saunders

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Teresa Vick Photography

Teresa Vick

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Tess Runion Photography

Tess Runion

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Elise Meader Photography

Elise Meader

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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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