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Point Click Love

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 […]

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This week I’m taking some time off and enjoying a VACATION with my family at the happiest place on Earth, Disney World!!! We have not taken a true family vacation in over 2 years, and I have vowed to unplug, unwind, and stay away from work during this time away. Lucky for you, the magic […]

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Do your photos need TLC?

January 16, 2013

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One of my biggest goals of 2013 is to connect and teach as many mamas as I can to capture their memories, connect with their families, and love the results they are getting from their cameras. When I posted on Facebook yesterday, a little idea that’s been stirring around in my mind for a few […]

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I absolutely LOVE this time of year. As soon as the last bite of turkey gets gobbled up, and the dishes are all cleaned and put away the tree must come out and the decorating must begin! I think if I had my way I’d leave our Christmas tree up all year round. Something about […]

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I just read earlier this week that there are only 10 more weekends left in 2012. :::gulp::: But, wait – our family was just picking pumpkins last weekend, it can’t be THAT close to the holidays yet, can it? As I slowly digest that number, 10 weeks, and begin thinking about the impending holiday season […]

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Exposed

September 6, 2012

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Isn’t it an absolute bummer when your kids are doing something too totally cute for words, you reach for the camera, you snap away, and then discover after the moment is lost that the images you took were way too dark. **insert head nod here** What’s even worse is you have no idea why you […]

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