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Posing 101 From Portraits To Weddings Snuggle Up I hope you all enjoyed week one of this six-week blog series, Posing 101! If you missed last weeks post, check it out HERE. This week the pose I want to share with you is called Snuggle Up and it is one of my favorites! For this pose your […]

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Posing 101 From Portraits To Weddings Walk It Out I am SO excited for my new six-week blog series, “Posing 101.” Photographers, this one is for you! I am going to share with you six of my “go-to’s” that use for my couples from a portrait session to a wedding day. With this foundation, you […]

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Why Second Shooting Is So Helpful If you are thinking about becoming a wedding photographer, the best thing that you can do is to start second shooting with photographers who have experience in wedding photography. Wedding photography is a fun industry but comes with a lot of responsibility. After all, it is somebody’s wedding day! […]

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How To Document and Enjoy Your Trip As many people are getting ready to go on vacation, I thought it would be a great idea to share some of my tips for taking photos while you are on vacation! It is so important to take pictures on a vacation because those memories will truly last […]

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A Wedding Day Must My wedding day emergency kit is just as important as my camera gear on wedding days! I started to notice things that people forgot or didn’t even think to bring on a wedding day. That inspired me to create my wedding day emergency kit! I seriously use this for EVERY wedding […]

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How I Edit A Wedding Day “There is no substitute for hard work.” – Thomas Edison Editing. The one thing all photographers dread. I used to dread this process too, however, if this is a career I will be doing for awhile, I needed to change my mindset. One thing about being a photographer is […]

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You Are Exactly Where You’re Meant To Be Being in the creative field can be challenging at times. You are your own boss and set high expectations for yourself. Your success is solely based on how much time and effort you put into your business. For me, I had to learn how to deal with […]

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Capturing Fun Natural Images We’ve all been there, you know, that first time you meet a client and then BOOM, it’s time to start shooting. Working with clients whom you don’t know very well can be stressful for both you and them. In my opinion, the best photos are the ones where your couple feels […]

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Where To Start There is SO much good information out there about photography. From how to start your own business to what lenses you should have. When I first picked up a camera, I wish I had someone to simply answer this question: what lenses are absolutely a must? Now, pending what you are photographing, the […]

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  A Destination Photographer’s Travel Plan The first time I flew on an airplane with my camera equipment I was SO nervous. What if something went wrong? What if my gear were to get damaged? What if flying ruined my film? But the good news is, it’s not as difficult as you’d think as long […]

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 Capturing The Perfect Wedding Detail One of my favorite parts of a wedding day is capturing the wedding day details! And my all-time favorite detail, the wedding rings! It’s more than just the sparkle, it’s about the start of a love story, the start of a marriage! From hearing how you met to how he proposed, […]

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How I Cull My Photos Photographers, I am SO excited to share with you something that has completely changed my business and editing time. Photo Mechanic has given me hours of my life back efficiently culling photos! When I first heard about Photo Mechanic, I was hesitant to try it. It sounded like one extra […]

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