Category Archives for Tiny Tips

Elevate the Everyday, Book Review

I was completely delighted to have the opportunity to review Tracey Clark’s latest book, “Elevate the Everyday” for Studio 5 today. Check out the exciting discussion this book is causing and see exactly why I like it so much! Don’t see the video below? Click HERE. It could be said that I have a book […]

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My Favorite 5 Resources for Improving Your Photos

In the wonderful world of digital photography we live in today, it can be a great temptation to rely on Photoshop actions or filters to create a good photograph. While these tools can be fun, they can also make us lazy! The best way to improve our photos is to…wait for it… TAKE A BETTER […]

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How to get the best Halloween photos

I just returned from a great visit to Studio 5 sharing some fun tips for getting great Halloween photos. Check out our segment below: Don’t see the video? Please click HERE Halloween provides a great opportunity for some playful and memorable photos. Since many traditional festivities begin in the evening time, here are a few […]

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Converging two styles within a session

Developing your own style and voice as an artist is one of the most important AND EXCITING journey’s in your craft.  It takes time and it should not come as a surprise that your taste and style can change and develop just as much as you can! I’ve always believed that it is important to […]

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Shooting with Bad Weather

There have been plenty of times that I have cancelled a shoot due to bad weather.  But…more often than not, if I choose to press through (and my subjects opt to give it a go) I’ve gotten some of my most favorite images in less than ideal weather conditions. Check out some of the following […]

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How to Avoid the Stress of Wedding Photography

I have nothing but respect and admiration for wedding photographers. Their job is H-A-R-D. I’ve only shot around ten weddings in my photography career, but it was enough experience to understand that it was NOT something that I enjoyed. My creativity and joy in photography are in greater abundance when I get to work in […]

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Tiny Tip: Location Inspiration

Remember my  last Tiny Tip, where I confessed my personal challenge to always shoot in a new location to add variety and creative vitality to your images? This can be a big challenge! (Or huge, and possibly overwhelming!) This week, I want to share with you my #1 tip for location inspiration. Shooting somewhere new is not […]

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Come Join Us At the Beloved Collective Conference!

I’m completely honored to be speaking with some amazing presenters at this years Beloved Collective conference in Palm Springs, CA.  Last year was an unforgettable and inspiring experience. This year will be even better. If you can’t join us live, I highly recommend registering for an online seat during the event. I’ve only been to […]

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Studio 5 Segment: Must Take Vacation Snapshots

It was exciting to be back on Studio 5 again to share some valuable tips on getting great family vacation photos. Having just returned from our own family vacation, I know the amount of stress that “vacationing” can sometimes bring–especially when traveling with kids! These tips are a great way to help the photo portion […]

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Tiny Tip: Are All Your Images Starting to Look The Same???

Style is one thing and variety is another. We most certainly want to reach a point in our photography where we can excitedly proclaim that we have a consistent style. But regardless of style, our images can sometimes still get caught in a rut of sameness. Today’s Tiny Tip suggests one way that we can […]

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