Must Read Blog Posts for Photographers
If you are craving more info on photography business pricing, shooting and technical tips, and some serious inspiration to challenge yourself, then keep reading! These are favorite blog posts around the net that you cannot not pass up!
First Installment in Photography Mentoring
This is the place you can ask questions and get advice from a third year photographer and 8 year business entrepreneur.
6 Photography Business Fears and How to Overcome Them
There is a big difference in excuses and reasons. I’m not going to sugar coat it: people want to fulfill their dreams, but stir their own pot with reasons as to why they can’t thrive. The fact of the matter is, these reasons are excuses stemming from fear.
When Photography Accidents Make Magic
This was hands down my most favorite wedding photo of the entire day.
Documenting Reality: Nightlife of a Parent
My husband, Dave, and I loved trying a new recipe, cooking with a glass of wine in hand, and have brownies for dessert while watching a new movie… or two… because we didn’t exactly need an awareness for bedtime. It’s been our thing, together, to relax after work or home on the weekends… until we […]
An Iconic Photo… to Me | Documentary Photographer
It was the most magical place. I used to have this recurring dream about walking through the back yard to a magical garden.
Documentary of a Toddler on a Shopping Spree
Bribing and rewards go hand in hand when you have a potty training toddler. Celebrating the achievement of potty training is certainly shared by both parent and child. On this day, Kendall deserved a big reward. We had been promising to take her to pick out any toy she wanted from the store. I actually […]
A Photographer’s Perspective: 30 Days of Gratitude
Each November we see people flooding our Facebook newsfeeds with their “What I’m Thankful For Today” status updates. Here are my 30 days of things to be thankful for as a Photographer.
Photo Session of our Daughter in my Wedding Dress
I’ve dreamed of putting Kendall in my wedding dress for years. This day was unplanned and totally spontaneous.
Proper Exposure – Purposely Under or Over-Exposing Your Photos
Do you rely on your in-camera light meter to toggle 0 (center) and tell you when your settings are going to produce a perfectly exposed photo? I used to. As my comfort level in shooting in manual mode grew, my ability to play with light when it’s uneven, extra bright, or seemingly not enough to make […]