I’ve been teaching my beginner DSLR camera class, the Everyday Life Workshop, for five years now, and as a result I receive a lot of emails and questions from parents about what is the best DSLR camera to buy. Last week, I took to my Facebook page with a live video where I covered some general information for those in the market to buy. Please feel free to visit my page over there to watch that video! I thought I would recap the info shared here so others may refer back to it in theView full post »
Does this story sound familiar to you?
You became a new mother and your baby was SO adorable that you just knew you needed a great camera to be able to capture every ounce of cuteness and all the milestones to come. So you invested in a DSLR camera and soon realized that getting the shots you’d planned on wasn’t as easy as you’d hoped it would be. Soon, your baby was growing up and actually moving and getting those beautiful photos you’d thought you would became evenView full post »
I want to share this personal project I did in 2017. I talk a lot in my Everyday Life Workshop about the importance of capturing your children in their everyday lives (hence, the name of my class). I teach parents how to do just that, and do it well, using their DSLR cameras. But I also talk about embracing imperfection. Often times, just capturing the moment is more important than creating a technically perfect image.
At last year’s workshop, I was only a few weeks into this project andView full post »
With each passing year, I’m continually reminded of the blessing it is to photograph so many incredible families. Your continued support of my business allows me to do what I love! I can’t thank you each of my clients and those who follow my work enough for allowing me to be a part of your life in this way; past, present and future!
Many thanks and best wishes for 2018!
MeganView full post »
This was my last official session of 2017 and it was like the cherry on top of my year. Believe it or not, I actually photographed the wedding of this couple years ago and it was so wonderful to have the opportunity to photograph them once again as a family of 5!View full post »
For Thanksgiving this year our family had the opportunity to travel to Big Sky, Montana and spend several days with my family. What a wonderful time we had! It’s amazing how a few days with those you love in a beautiful place will refresh your mind and restore your spirit. There were so many great memories made, and I’m especially thankful that we were able to capture some photos of our family to remember our time there.
From my family to yours, I wish you the merriest ChristmasView full post »
I always enjoy seeing this family, but this time around was especially fun. Their children have grown so much in the last 6 months and I just adore seeing their personalities develop every time we have a session. I’m so thankful that they’ve chosen me to photograph the entire first year of both of their babies. If you’re pregnant and want to learn more about The First Year plan, please feel free to read through the Newborn Session Guide. Being able to capture theView full post »
Another family I’ve had the honor of photographing several times throughout the years and I am pretty sure this session was one of my favorites all fall. Love the light in these images, and the beautiful connections between these sweet sisters.View full post »
I’ve had the pleasure of photographing this family several times now, but I think this time we had the most fun! I especially loved our hunt for the perfect sunset silhouette spot. I’m so thankful for Dr. Doug & Dr. Sara with Active Life Chiropractic and the positive impact they’ve made on our family. I hope I’ve been able to do the same in return for them with these images.View full post »
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