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The Night Sky can be a beautiful thing, and long exposure nighttime photography can expose that beauty to anyone with the right (affordable) equipment. As complete beginners in this area, we thought we could share what we have learned as we enjoyed a week in Bryce Canyon recently and spent a few of our nights there […]

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I was recently asked to write an article for Chic Magazine about travel photography. Coming from a lifestyle background, I decided to write about some tips and tricks to take better photos while on vacation and traveling (similar but not exactly like this blog post) titled “On the Road – Capturing Stories Through Travel Photography”. […]

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I’m am one of those moms that got into photography so I could be cheap and take photos of my own kids without having to pay someone else to do it. Sad, but totally true. As I’ve progressed in my business over the last 5 years, however, I’ve learned that even though I technically could take […]

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Back in Florida I had the opportunity to photograph this amazing family! We have been friends forever and it was completely enjoyable to meet the newest addition to their family. We spent the later afternoon at a nearby park and I LOVED the lighting. Beautiful, golden sunlight streamed through the trees, happy family.  Everything was […]

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You’ve planned, organized, packed, sweated, and agonized over creating the best possible vacation for your family. Now that its here and you are going, how are you going to remember it? Photos of course. Here are 8 tips to help you get the best vacation photos ever: 1. Wait for the good light. As I […]

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In another life (and hopefully a future one as well) I was a professional wedding photographer. Don’t get all hung up over the word “professional”, it just means that I took photos in exchange for money. I wasn’t a “just do it for friends and family” type, or a “practice by taking photos of my […]

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Today is an icky, blah kind of day. I know everyone gets those, but when I have no personal space, its cold outside, and my kids are jumpy I really struggle. A lot. I can’t just send my kids off to school and curl up with a book and a cup of hot chocolate. As […]

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We pulled into the near-empty parking lot at the Jacksonville, Florida Zoo and all climbed out of the car. I walked around, opened the back of the truck to grab out our adventure bag and my camera. A quick check of the camera to make sure all was in order before heading out, and wait! […]

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BlogStomp: A Photographer’s Best Blogging Friend As a photographer, blogging your photos used to be ridiculously painful. So many companies sold “blogboards” or templates with actions you could use in Photoshop to automatically insert photos into cool grids and storyboards. While the photos looked great, it still took FOREVER to do. Then along came BlogStomp […]

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