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This is Part II in a 3 part series on photo editing for moms. Need to catch up? You can read Part I right HERE. You may have heard me say before that photo editing (in my world at least) is a form of self-care. It’s an art, and the process of taking a photo […]


With shot lists left and right tucked away in my camera bag, I’ve got a dream index of images I’d love to capture of our family’s summer adventures this year. Having lists helps me feel prepared for photo worthy moments and keeps me on target to shoot and then put the camera away and stay […]


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I have a little confession to make. I am the world’s worst when it comes to actually printing my photos. I’m the queen of holding them hostage on my computer and though they often get shared via social media or this blog, that’s typically where they stay. In fact, Brielle still has no baby book, […]


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I used to hear this advice all the time from the pros: You must get your photos right in camera from the start. You won’t be a good photographer until you nail your exposures. Don’t make things harder than they need to be, spending lots of time editing is a waste of time. Although there […]

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If you haven’t discovered this yet, working in the digital darkroom can quickly become quite the addiction! Armed with the right tools, it’s never been easier to pop open a computer and transform your photos into something beautiful. But, it’s even better when you have the right background music to motivate and inspire you as […]


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It’s 7:30pm on a Friday night and my little girl has just gone down to sleep for the evening. After a day of drawing, building block towers, dolls, fruit cups, playdoh, endless questions, secret clubhouse activities, stickers, cheerios, tantrums, hugs, and story books, I’ve collapsed into a blob on our couch for the evening, I’m […]