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When you think about marketing, how do you feel? Overwhelmed? Frustrated? Consumed? So over it? Maybe that’s because . . . You have the social media platforms for your business that all the experts say you need. You figured out how to create an Instagram profile that aligns with your brand and represents who you […]
Marketing, marketing, marketing . . . It’s pretty much all you’re thinking about these days because you know it’s the way to connect with your ideal photography client, showcase the value of your services, and grow your business. So it’s almost an understatement to say it’s a HUGE priority for you! You’ve spent countless (literally […]
I had absolutely no idea what any of the buttons on my camera meant when I first discovered my passion for life behind the lens. I started off in Auto mode but quickly felt bored by the lack of control, so I aggressively skipped the dial to “M”, manual mode, and made just about every error […]
Wedding season is almost here. Your gear is ready, outfits laid out, and timelines are in order. You run through each day in your mind and you feel confident about almost everything. Everything except for the bride and groom portraits. This part of the event always has you feeling some serious nerves. How will you […]
Confidence comes easy for some brides and grooms. Having a camera around doesn’t phase them one bit. They feel entirely sure of themselves and don’t think twice about how they look during portraits. But this is definitely NOT the case for everyone. I believe that everyone has this ability to reveal their true selves in front […]
There are so many variables that lay outside of a photographer’s control on a wedding day. This is why it’s important to be as prepared as possible. You want to be able to think on your feet when facing undesirable circumstances such as poor weather, time delays, and other potential conflicts that might take place. […]
The timeline for the day was ideal. All of your recommendations – beginning hair and make up an hour earlier, including an intimate first look allowing you to photograph portraits before the ceremony, having an extended cocktail hour to account for additional time to photograph bridal portraits – your wonderful clients took your advice on ALL of […]
“Which editing style should I use?” Very often, especially during my creative mentor sessions and workshops, I get this question. I can sometimes sense that the photographer is hoping for a quick solution. They are staring at me with a look of desperation, almost asking me to make that decision for them. The truth is – I can’t tell someone […]