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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, […]


What’s your shade?

August 28, 2013

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The best part of being a teacher for me has always been seeing how your ‘students’ go out and interpret the results of a particular assignment. And the best part of the ‘Shades of Me’ mini class I taught a few weeks ago was how many DIFFERENT interpretations could be made. From the richness and […]

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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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I walked into Target this weekend and was welcomed by a barrage of Back To School ‘stuff’. Everything from freshly pressed notebooks, bright cheerful backpacks, colorful lunch boxes, crayons, pencils, pens, clothes, shoes. You get the idea. And then it hit me. For the first time in 27 years I won’t be going ‘back to […]


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This week began what I hope to be the first of many new Resonate one-on-one mentoring sessions. Four weeks working intensively with a momtographer to help her achieve her photography dreams. (Psssst….want to know more…click here) Although I didn’t intend to tackle photo editing during our first week together, I took one look at a […]

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