Making memories is a huge part to the holiday season! This is a time when family and friends put the stresses of life on the back burner and cherish time together. As photographers we LOVE light! Holiday decorations provide you with a source of light only found in the month of December. (Give or take a few weeks depending when you put up or take down your decorations!) As we’re (...)
Folks, we have officially entered the holiday season! Not more than a month ago it felt like we still had ages to those book plane tickets, plan our holiday meals, and buy the perfect gifts for our loved ones. While you’re brain is working out the logistics of everything else you still want to send out your annual holiday card to your friends and family but haven’t had the time (...)
You’ve booked your trip to a far off land and the planning has begun! As fellow photographers you may be like me and your creative juices start churning at the endless possibilities this trip has to offer! While you’re trying to pack your entire closet into your suitcase, in the back of your mind the contents of your camera bag are just as important. When traveling for fun I sometimes (...)
Hey ya’ll, welcome back to the blog! A few weeks Profoto gave me along with 100 other photographers this great opportunity to travel to Stockholm, Sweden and be a part of a light-shaping quest! Little did we know we were here to test out the new Profoto A1, the smallest studio light! I think this compact light is going to change the lives of portrait and wedding photographers everywhere! The (...)
Hotel Bel Air is one of my favorite places in Beverly Hills for Weddings, Engagements, & just to have a glass of champs:) The pink building, the lush greenery & the dreamy pool make a perfect location to elevate to typical engagement session into something that looks like a lifestyle shoot for a publication. I am happy to say that Madison and Jim have chosen the Hotel for their upcoming (...)
Light is a beautiful guide for improving your photography!
I encourage you to find the light in your current environment. Notice the window light in your home. Take a moment to admire the powers light has to affect the subjects, items, & moments happening in front of the camera.
When I shoot engagement photos, I take into consideration when the sun sets and where exactly so that I can make (...)
I am so happy to see you on the blog today because I have a treat for you! I have created a Free downloadable Photo Tip Guide.
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When creating these tips I had my sister in mind. Joyce has two beautiful children and she loves to cook and do arts and crafts.