I had a really cool conversation with a new bride today, she said "I just don't want my engagement photos to look cheezy" I was like okay, and done we are a great match. I call engagement shoots engagement sessions b/c that is the industry standard but since day one this day I spent with my couples is a lifestyle shoot. That means it can be anything that is YOU. (...)
I've been having the absolute pleasure of staying creative and shooting my girl, Jamie Chung!
From one photographer to another, I think it's so important to remember to stay creative. It's really easy to stay in our routine and styles when we shoot often, but really changing things up and challenging not only yourself, but also your subject, could make for some AWESOME photos!
It's important that when you are (...)
Hey there y'all! I just shot these fun photos of Jamie Chung last week and wanted to share a little photography tip on the rule of thirds!
So, the rule of thirds is one of the most useful composition techniques in photography. It's an important concept to learn because it can be used in all types of photography. The rule of thirds helps produce images that are more engaging for (...)
Hey there y'all! I wanted to share with you a few quick tips on how to take candid shots at a wedding! Years down the road your bride and groom will cherish these moments caught in between them and their loved ones because it will transport them right back to their wedding day. Capturing the hugs, laughs, and tears will fill their heart with so much love! Below are a (...)
I get asked all the time, "What helps you with your editing process?" or "How do you get that airy touch to your photos?".
The answer is quite simple y'all! Throughout the years of my photography career, I was always trying to figure out my style in editing and photo capturing.
I knew I always wanted my photos to be timeless. I want (...)
I often have to grab shots of products for my clients who may be coming out with a new product, bloggers who have to show off a specific item or the detail shots at my weddings.
So, with that being said I have created a short list of tips and tricks to get you on the right track to creating professional photos for your product or services!
Use a Bokeh (...)
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(Ya know, the one's that thrive off their ability to make a living doing what they love).