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Category Archives: Photography Tips

5 Tips for Amazing Getting Ready Photos

I have always loved telling stories. Just ask my friends about a certain story I wrote in high school about the five of us (so embarrassing!), but it ignited a passion in me for documenting our lives. In college, during my Journalism studies, I focused so much of my energy on my film photography courses. Even though I was a writer at heart, photography was a way to tell a story with no words and being able to document life with images was such a natural transition. Now that I am a weddingView full post »

Engagement Session Style Tips

Engagement session season has begun and I am so excited for it! I cannot wait to have a few hours to get to know my clients a bit better and capture some beautiful + romantic images of them. Engagement sessions are an absolutely incredible way to spend some time connecting with your soon-to-be spouse, and to get to know your photographer. I always book my engagement sessions for a few hours before sunset so that we have time to do photos in a few locations, have an outfit change, and get thoseView full post »

Styling Your Outdoor Spring/Summer Family Photography Session

Outdoor Family sessions are so important to me. I love to capture beautiful moments between parents and their children, especially truly authentic moments. Laughter, games, and lots and lots of snuggles mixed in with incredible moments of joy and connectivity are what make me happy. As much as I love to watch a family take an hour out of their crazy busy life and enjoy connecting, it’s also my job and my passion to make sure the images we create together are beautiful. Once we’veView full post »

Before and After

Hey internet world… I feel like I don’t share enough in this space so I am pushing myself to be a little more open and share with you all things I think are neat! And I guess we begin with you all knowing that I’m the type of person who uses the word neat… anyyyyyyway. I thought I would begin by sharing a little before and after of a photo. My editing style has not changed for several years. I learned the hard way very early on that over-editing, adding filters andView full post »

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