Category Archives: For Photographers

I absolutely love to photograph Engagement rings! Each one is special in it’s own uniqueness, and comes with it’s own story! I always love to “see the ring!!!” when I meet my brides for the first time! So after you photograph the ring during the Engagement Session or Wedding, it’s important to carefully inspect the […]

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*NOTE: I am not a CPA, and have no legal or certified education in the areas of taxes, business, or legal matters. The following blog post is truly my opinion based on experience only.    ***   One of the joys of owning a business is paying taxes! It can be an overwhelming process to crunch […]

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Lens imperfections are called aberrations – something all lenses suffer from in the images they help to create. One form of these aberrations is flare. Since a lens is made of several individual glass lenses mounted together, when a bright light travels through the lens, some of the light will reflect off of the different […]

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So with this whole Mentoring Monday thing, I want to share bits and pieces of my thoughts and gear up for my first ever MARCH: Mentoring Month! I’m excited about offering this to new photographers who are just starting out with their businesses but also to amateur photographers who just love to shoot and want to know […]

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So I’m totally sorry about my lack of personality in last week’s post. I have been super tired lately and pushing on through, pacing myself during the end of this wedding season! I wanted to tell you a few things about composition, but we can definitely talk more about that later and I’ll go into […]

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Whether you’re aspiring to become a professional photographer or just want to take better photographs in your day-to-day life, if you have a $1,200+ SLR or a simple automated point and shoot, successful photography is achieved through producing beautiful images. A “beautiful image” is of course somewhat a matter of opinion, but there are still […]

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Good morning and happy Monday!! I’m excited for week three’s lesson in lines! This is something so simple but can also be complicated when it comes to composition in your photograph. I love to look for lines in my composition. They are so helpful in developing a shot that accentuates your subject and creates the […]

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Ever seen Pocahontas (the Disney version of course)? Thomas is practicing his shot, keeps missing his mark, and John Smith gives him a very helpful piece of advice. “Shoot with both eyes open when you shoot, you’ll see twice as well…”  This didn’t work out so well in the long run… If you remember, Kocoum […]

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I’m excited to share a few tips and bits of advice with my readers about taking pictures. I don’t want to necessarily just gear specifically towards aspiring photographers or new business owners, but to just about anyone who has anything capable of capturing an image and enjoys the process of freezing time and wants to do […]

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