Category Archives: Photography Advice

So I have two “group mentoring” workshops this month! These will be my last mentoring/workshops I will be hosting in NC before we move! This is great for beginners or people who need a boost for their business. This will be great if you just need someone to help guide you or answer any type […]

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For those who follow my Facebook page, you probably get the hint I’m taking lots of photos of squishy babies. And you’re totally right. I started to “re-brand” myself to be a primarily newborn photographer, pulling away from weddings for now. Why? Well, it’s ‘ideal’ to find what you love most and to focus on […]

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There are two times in the day I love to take photographs, sunrise and sunset. I truly believe some of the most beautiful images are taken at that time. Consistently, at least. I have this favorite little spot in some random park near my house. Every time I go there, I go at the same […]

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Brooke Beason asked “Hello, I’m a photographer in MO & would love to know more about lighting. Specifically in dark churches. On camera flash, off camera flash, bump up ISO, etc. Thanks! :)”   Hey Brooke! Wow, that is definitely a tricky situation. Some of my “darkest” (no pun intended) moments in photography was over […]

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Two years ago, I ventured in the photography industry, unknowing of what the future may hold. I started with a thought, then came encouragement from my husband and father, then I made a website. It was that simple. I didn’t take any classes or get a degree in photography (not saying you shouldn’t, I just […]

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