Category Archives: Photographer Education

How to Maximize Your Off Season!

Friends, I can’t even believe that I just photographed my first wedding of the season!  What?!  I’m so used to having a longer “off season” from shooting weddings but I was honestly so happy to start my season early.  It’s good to keep my eyes fresh and keep doing the thing that I love!  It feels…

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Tips for Photographing in the Winter!

Hi friends!  I thought this would be the perfect post today for our #polarvortex!  I know it is SO cold and this weather reminds me of my first wedding I photographed in Central New York!  It was New Year’s Eve 2017, a high of 15 degrees and a low of 2! There are so many…

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Advice for Creative Hearts

8 years ago, I changed the course of my life and decided to pursue a creative path. It was beating on my heart for so long, but I had barely listened to it. Then, after a season of questioning and wrestling, I started hearing the voice inside – the voice that wanted to create. I…

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How to Survive Wedding Season!

Happy Thursday, friends!  It’s almost Friday!  I’ve been thinking of this post for awhile, because I did one a few seasons ago and I remember it being really helpful to other vendors and photographers in the wedding world!! Every year, the transition to wedding season is pretty quick and harsh.  My schedule goes from being…

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What To Do When There is No Light: Cloudy Day Photography Tips

It’s been such an amazing adventure launching my lighting course this winter!  And I’ve seen through telling my story and my desire to teach how the way I capture beauty is led by my love of light.  But truthfully, some days achieving that is more of a challenge. My husband and I went cross country…

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