Category Archives: Photography Tips

Shooting in Manual Changes Everything

I wish I would have taken a class like this a few years ago. I learned about photography through a lot of reading and trial and error.  I did take an online course of how to shoot in manual, which I’d heard so much about.  Frankly, even though I learned the mechanics of it and […]

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What We Wore-Thoughts on Clothes Choices

I have people ask me often what to wear for family pictures.  I have written a post on what to wear a while back but today wanted to share what we did for our family photos with Jon and Moch Photography this summer.  First of all, I was so, so, so excited to have family […]

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My First “Shooting in Manual” Class

I’ve taught seven Parent Photography Workshops in the last 15 months. I have a few seats open for my next one on June 1, more information HERE. This will be the last one until the fall. I’ve enjoyed it enormously and seeing the lights go on for parents has been so very rewarding. From seeing […]

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Project 366- A Photo Each Day in 2012 Plus Some Tips if You Want to Try it in 2013

I am absolutely delighted that I went ahead with this project that I was initially hesitant about. Taking pictures daily has challenged me and caused me to grow as a photographer in a big way. However, I think it’s mostly been a way to focus my heart on the wonder that’s around me every day. […]

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Winter 2012 Parent Photography Workshop Information

I really picked up my camera and decided to learn how to use it when I had Ruby. I wanted to learn how to document the events of her life and to do it better and better. I know I am not alone and the parent photography workshops that I started last year (5 in […]

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