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If I have confessed it once, I’ve confessed it a million times: I take more photos of my sons with my phone then I do my “fancy camera.” 

How to Install and Use Mobile Presets

Mom Photography

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If you know me, you know I am a Photoshop fan and not a Lightroom fan! This is a very unpopular opinion and you can read why I choose Photoshop over Lightroom here.  Listen, as far as editing goes, Photoshop can do everything Lightroom can do… plus so much more! But I know what you […]

3 Tips for Editing in Photoshop

Editing

How to Edit in Photoshop

24

Aug

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Pop quiz! Where do you put the subject in the frame when you take its photo? Ok. There is no right or wrong answer here. But really… where do you put the subject? Most people go for the middle. Like, every single photo that was ever taken of me as a child… I was positioned directly in […]

Quick Guide to using the Rule of Thirds

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17

Aug

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It always happens. You are taking photos of two or more people and you get the perfect smile of one of your kids in one photo… and the perfect smile of the other kid in another photo. Getting both to give you a great smile at the exact same time can be a challenge some […]

How to Do a Face Swap In Photoshop

Editing

10

Aug

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Psssst: have you checked out part one of this framing series? Click here to learn the best way to choose which photos to hang and what size frames to order! I’ve always had a fear of hanging anything on the wall, much less a whole gallery of frames. Thank you- no, thank you! How do […]

How to Install a Wall Gallery

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03

Aug

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When I take photos, I first post them to social media (because, duh), and then I start thinking about how I want to display them in my home. I am not going to sugarcoat this- how to choose the photos to frame can be a chore if you don’t go into it with a little […]

How to Choose Photos to Frame

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27

Jul

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We can plan photo sessions for our kids and completely control when we take them. However, life doesn’t happen in perfect lighting, okayyy. It’s so bright at their birthday party. Ponies are typically out in the full sun when we are taking photos of our kids on them. The soccer game is also in full […]

3 Tips to Taking a Good Photo in Bad Light

Photography

20

Jul

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I must preface with this- this post is written with only love and no judgment. I’ve observed moms make these mistakes countless times… and I’ve been that mom. I am not here to judge, only to help. This post can easily come across as throwing shade. I only throw shade when it’s full sun and […]

Biggest Mistakes Moms Make when Photographing Kids

Motherhood

13

Jul

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It doesn’t matter if you are using your phone or a $5K professional camera, it won’t pose your kids for you. Either they are making a silly face or look absolutely miserable.  There has to be a better way, right? Actually, there is. Today, I’m discussing how to solve the giant problem of posing your […]

How to Solve the Giant Problem of Posing Your Kids

Motherhood

06

Jul

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One of my most asked questions is “What is the best lighting for photographs?”. I get it- it’s overwhelming. You walk outside and the options are endless- “Where do I go? What looks best? Where do I even begin?” Today, I am going to give you 4 lighting tips for photos. These tips are actionable […]

4 Lighting Tips for Photos

Photography

29

Jun

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Today, I’m comparing a DSLR vs a point-and-shoot camera. First, I think it’s VERY important to note that I am comparing *MY* DSLR to *MY* point-and-shoot. There is a vast range in the quality of DSLR and point-and-shoot cameras. Pretty much, the more you pay the better quality you get of each type. More of […]

DSLR vs Point-and-Shoot Camera

Photography

22

Jun

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