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  Cara and Mike’s New Hampshire Wedding    Even though guests had to wear masks and follow other health advisories due to the COVID pandemic, it’s amazing to see how couples didn’t let the pandemic change the true meaning of weddings. Despite changing several things about weddings, the pandemic couldn’t shake the commitment couples have […]

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Family Portraits with the Woods Family at the Borderland State Park For me, nothing compares to the smiles and laughter that I get from my models during a family session. Whether they include toddlers or teenagers, the joy of photographing families is incomparable. From the welcoming family warmth to their eagerness to give me their […]

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10-Minute Family Photo Sessions —Beginning to End   Family photos are special, and so are our 10-minute photo sessions. These sessions aren’t just a happy and exciting time for families but also one of my favorite structures for family portraits. Plus, they are great when it comes to the ease of signing up online, ordering […]

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Rules of Composition Part 2 —Framing Hello! I am back with our series on rules of composition in photography and am excited to share how I compose my photographs. Framing is one of my favorite rules of composition to incorporate into images, and I love the fact that I can share it with you all […]

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Rules of Composition Part 1 —Point of View I’ve been teaching and working as a professional photographer for over 20 years and can say that some things never change. For example, the rules of composition in photography. Every image is unique, and every photographer has a different style, but the rules of composition remain as […]

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