Love Shoot: Halley + Chad

Often times, I come into my clients’ lives amidst a sea of chaos and change: graduations, studying for the bar exam followed by taking the bar exam, wedding planning, showers, rehearsals, and—not to mention—starting a new life together. Despite the whirlwind of to-do’s, these two are incredibly at ease. ‘Tis the season of life! I look forward to celebrating with you in August… until then—remember to breathe!

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Down the Aisle: Amanda + Chelsea

I first met Chelsea years ago when I had the honor of creating her senior portraits, and to hear that she was planning a wedding made me feel as excited as it did old!  (Where has the time gone anyway?)

Mother nature smiled on us last Friday as we captured these portraits in the gorgeous light of the setting sun…

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A frame and two adorable flower girls are like frosting on the cake, making any image that much sweeter…

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Chelsea nailed the schedule for the day, and we reaped the benefits with this light…

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The kids! So sweet, so helpful, so eager to be part of the fun…

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Congratulations ladies… I’m so thrilled to be part of your day!

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Get This Book and Learn to Use Your Camera. Finally.

Whether you have a shiny new camera or an old battle scared one, learning how to use it (I mean really use it, not just crossing your fingers and shooting in auto-mode) is guaranteed to change your entire photo-taking life. Going from snapshots to great shots is a whole lot easier when you have some help. And it just so happens that Peachpit Press has a whole series of books to help you do just that—literally.

A couple years ago I wrote Your Camera Loves You: Learn to Love it Back. I’m proud that it’s been repackaged to fit within the Snapshots to Great Shots series, featuring the new title, Getting Started in Digital Photography.

Same great content, apt new title. (And cover). Yes, that’s my adorable nephew and brother-in-law on the cover. Aren’t they cute?

Get it. Love it. (Then—for bonus points, write a review about it. Emir loves to track that stuff, and it’s sad to see a book with little to no reviews! ;)

Happy picture making!

xoxo

Getting Started in Digital Photography

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