Category Archives: For Photographers

“Your rates are too high”

Why Photography is an Investment It’s 6:00 am. I’m sitting here at the dining table, coffee in one hand (waiting ever so patiently for it to do its job) and phone in the other. I’m mindlessly scrolling through Facebook – which isn’t really my morning norm, to be honest. I don’t generally log in to…

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I booked a session, now what should I wear?

10 Tips for choosing what to wear for family photos Confession time! The first time we had professional photos taken of the two of us was on our wedding day – and not even the actual wedding day, it was the vow renewal. The second time? Three years later, in the cool Richmond fall. Slightly…

4 Ways to Prep for Your Summer Family Photo Session

Schooooool’s out for summer. Schooooool’s out foreva. C’mon, you knowww you started singing that song with me. Longer days, warmer weather, no homework, more playtime = the perfect time to plan on getting some updated family photos. Have you booked your session yet? Whether you’re already in the planning stages with your photog or you’re…

8 Quick Tips for Taking Photos on Your Next Family Vacation

Here’s my funny thought of the day: I started this blog post almost two years ago to the day. I guess we’ve just been busy taking vacations instead of writing about them – wishful thinking, ha! But really, it’s one that slipped into my drafts folder and I thought, with summer break quickly approaching, why…

The Top Resources for New Photographers

I bought my very first digital single lens reflex – aka a DSLR – in 2009. It was a Canon Rebel Xsi – a camera that Canon doesn’t even make anymore. I had learned basic photography skills in an art class that I took during my first semester of college to fulfill my art credit…

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