Monthly Archives: January 2013

I’m really thankful that I no longer work in a corporate office for a myriad of reasons, and one of the major-day-to-day reliefs of working from home is that I don’t have to impress anyone with my outfits each day! Believe it or not, one of the most stressful parts for me of my old […]

I’ll be completely honest with you guys- my method for shooting family formals was actually born out of an inability to use external lighting. During my year of second shooting with my mentor Mike, I saw that he used an off-camera flash inside the church for the post-ceremony formal photos. The flash was necessary because […]

A while back, my sweet friend Natalie Franke wrote a blog post about prints. About the fact that our digital world has made it less and less urgent to print our images because the files can find a home on Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, etc. And as a photographer who spends so much time working on […]

I think, if I ever retire from wedding photography, I’m going to take up as job as a meteorologist. After watching our weathermen and women over the past few years, I’ve decided the only apparent requirements are a) the ability to gesture at a large map-aka-green-screen behind you, 2) a general idea of the approximate […]

I don’t know where I got it into my head that I’m not allowed to take time off, but somewhere along the way, this became my mantra. Going on vacation? I better take my laptop and edit while I’m there! Going to my Granny’s house for the weekend? Can’t forget my external hard drives so […]