A Letter to Photographers: Have You Taken Yourself Hostage?
Dear Photographer Friend,
I hope this letter does not hold true for you. But, the blog comments pouring in (like on the Double Dog Dare post) and emails to me here at Fearless and Framed lead me to believe that there are a lot of photographers that feel this way… just like I did at one time.
When a Photo Tells a Story
This photo represents everything I believe in for documentary style photography. When I posted for fans to share a photo that is meaningful to them on my Facebook Page, Mitzi’s photo stood out to me.
10 Tips to Master Your 365 Day Photo Project
You are not going to fail. You are going to grow. Even if life takes you take a day, a week, or 3 weeks away from your project, you are winning. You are winning even if you hit 264 photos instead of the full 365. How? Photography goes far beyond the camera and technicalities. It […]
Photography Income and Intuition
Have you ever felt like you are on a hamster wheel with your photography business? Or maybe like a clone of thousands of other photographers out there, but you aren’t sure what you can do to break away from the mold? Maybe, you haven’t even given yourself permission to break away, because you simply don’t […]
The Exclamation Point at the End of a Family
This post is all about that free-spirit, care-free, wild-child full of energy and life. When Danielle submitted this Iconic Photo, I just knew I MUST add it to the line up asap. Reading her words
How to See Ordinary as Extraordinary Using Documentary Photography
You’ve heard me say it before and I’m saying it again: there is a photo opportunity in every moment of every day. The story within that moment may not always be sunshine and rainbows, but a story is there no less. It’s a matter of opening your mind to be aware of the story to tell […]
Before We Know It
It’s kind of like the start of a vacation. You have 5-10 days of fun right in front of you and everything to look forward to. Then the end of that vacation arrives and you find yourself thinking, “how did we get here?”
Seeing My Childhood in Her Childhood
We used to spend days on end up at the family cabin in Baldwin, Michigan. My parents bought this quaint, little cabin in the middle of the woods on a lake when I was just a baby. It is not luxurious. It’s a simple mobile home trailer attached to a garage-turned-living room. This heaven to us […]
Finding Your True North – A 365 Day Photo Project
I can almost feel the eye rolls, “yea rights,” and click-away-from-this-post-quickly fingers even thinking about a 365 Day Photo Project. Just read it anyway 😉
Holiday Home Decorating with Documentary Family Photography
One extraordinary experience as a child is transforming your home into a holiday paradise. If I’m honest, it still feels like magic today as an adult. The magic is peaked in our hearts when we see those twinkling lights or pull out an old ornament that makes us say, “Oh yeah, remember this thing?!” We have […]
Iconic Photo Series: My Side
Perfect harmony. These are two words that come to mind when I look at this photo and read Heather’s story behind it.
Session Pricing, Traveling, and Client Visions
This week we had questions regarding session pricing, traveling with camera equipment, and how to get clients on board with your type of sessions. Are ya ready?