Category Archives: For Photographers

Bride & Groom First Look

Ah, the first look debacle. This is a hard decision for a bride and groom because the tradition of seeing each other for the first time on the aisle is such a deep rooted tradition. I totally get it. BUT. In my experience, even when my couples choose to do a first look, they *still* […]

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Working From Home: Pros/Cons/Tips

I would venture to guess that a lot of full-time wedding photographers work from home. Some share a studio space, or have their own, but many of us find ourselves working out of A) our living room or B) home office. I would also venture to guess that most full-time photographers who work from home […]

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Finding Your Passion

It’s National Small Business Week. I’d like to raise a toast to all you guys and gals who are building and dreaming and growing and innovating. Cheers to you and your entrepreneurial spirit! I think when we hear the word “entrepreneur” a lot of us think suits & ties & money. And while that may […]

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What’s In My Bag

“There’s no correlation between creativity and equipment ownership.” – Hugh MacLeod Truth. With that said, I’ve been asked “what do you shoot with?” a few times here in the past couple of months and I thought I’d do a quick blog post to answer it. That’s always fun, right? *everything except for the flahses was […]

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Weekly Round-up 01 + Sneak Peek

I meant to post this on Friday, but I was shooting a wedding in South Carolina (yay Daniel & Katherine!) and couldn’t find the time. I’d love to start posting a weekly roundup each Friday just to highlight the things that have inspired me throughout the week, in hopes that one of them might inspire […]

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