Category Archives for My work

Jen+Mitch Beloved

  I love things that are real.  Like real butter, real flowers, real piano’s, real conversation… And real people! I met Jen online when she enrolled in my online classes and couldn’t have been more thrilled to meet her in REAL life at the Beloved Collective this past September! I had the humbling honor of […]

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Using Photography to Say Thank You

When I made the decision to make 2011 a year of sabbatical from my photography business, I knew I needed a way to still actively shoot photography in a way that would help me grow…(thus making it a true sabbatical and not just a fancy word for taking a break). I defined 4 reasons for me […]

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Knowing when to take the picture

As if all the technical and composition rules of photography aren’t enough to think about, I find it increasingly fascinating that there is also “an art of timing”. Henri Cartier-Bresson, considered by many the father of photojournalism, wrote a book called “The Decisive Moment”, that debriefs this concept. A very elementary summary (in my own […]

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There’s no such thing as bad light

One of the joys of living in Cache Valley, Utah, is our six month winter :)  Okay, its not truly six months, but I typically bundle up from October-May. I love living here with all my heart, but had to convince my warm blooded husband that he could survive the below freezing winters by promising […]

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There's no such thing as bad light

One of the joys of living in Cache Valley, Utah, is our six month winter :)  Okay, its not truly six months, but I typically bundle up from October-May. I love living here with all my heart, but had to convince my warm blooded husband that he could survive the below freezing winters by promising […]

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The delightful little secret about the .jpg

I hate making mistakes. Especially when I’m in a time crunch and can’t go backwards. Last week I was shooting/filming for a fabulous new class I’m hoping to release soon when I made the discovery… I had just been shooting the last hour in .JPG instead of RAW!   I know the perception of that […]

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“And summer’s lease hath all too short a date.” -William Shakespeare

  Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah.  Her favorite smells of summer include freshly cut lawn and bbq grills cooking up something tasty! Brooke teaches inspiring online photography classes that bring you confidence in your skills and creativity. Did you like this post? Please share it!

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“And summer's lease hath all too short a date.” -William Shakespeare

  Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah.  Her favorite smells of summer include freshly cut lawn and bbq grills cooking up something tasty! Brooke teaches inspiring online photography classes that bring you confidence in your skills and creativity. Did you like this post? Please share it!

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What to do when you get jealous of your subjects!

After my first two experiences shooting in the Beloved style, I noticed that I kept leaving each session with two profound feelings: 1. Humble gratitude. The experience is just so neat. There really aren’t words to describe how cool it is. 2. Longing. Because it is such a neat experience I longed to be able […]

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Someone’s got wheels

And of the best kind. Life with a bike is my kind of life. This is the kind of enthusiasm I like to see! Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah.  Biking brings her happiness.  Something about the silence, being outside, and getting an incredible view of the world, makes biking a […]

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