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A Letter to the Camera-Dodging Moms

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Are you a camera-dodger?   First, let me say this: I am the mom who dodges cameras and dreads viewing pictures of myself. I have kids, and the purpose of my life seems to be to make their lives as close to perfect as possible.  I find that I am always my last priority (well, […]

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A Photo Escape

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  Come make some memories with your family!       As I was having a tea party with my 1-year-old this afternoon, I noticed a lantern given to me by my mother-in-law, and suddenly I felt inspired. What if I created a camping-lite experience for families right in my garden, and photographed the whole […]

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Open House at My Studio, POSE

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I hosted an open house at my studio last night, and it was a lovely time.  I wanted to share some photos for those who missed it! We did a few free headshots, as promised! Things got awfully cute when the kids in attendance started flirting with the camera!  I snuck in a few portraits….=) […]

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Best of 2016

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I know this is a little late, as we are already 18 days into 2017, but I thought it might be fun to compile a list of my favorite photographs that I took this year.  So here goes – enjoy! I really enjoyed this bff photo of 4 lovely young ladies. This photo was taken […]

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Christmas Portraits at Home

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For a photographer, doing Christmas portraits for families is much easier in a studio setting.  The lights and setting are controlled and planned in advance, which allows the photographer to focus solely on getting everybody posed nicely and smiling. I have always enjoyed a challenge. Call me strange, I love doing portraits in people’s homes.  […]

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To Capture a Memory

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There is a big trend in photography now that I like to call the “Anne Geddes” shoot.  Parents drive their babies and children (and even high schoolers) to a studio, get them dressed up, cover them in fake props (gaudy headbands, necklaces, hats, etc. that do not actually belong to the child in question) and […]