How to choose the right photographer for you?

Posted by on Jan 8, 2016 in Tips | No Comments

Let’s face it, there are a lot of photography options out there.  How do you identify and decide which photographer is the right one for you? How people think about and approach photography varies from person to person, but keep this in mind as you search for one and as you read this post – photography […]

It’s All About Perspective!

Posted by on Feb 19, 2015 in Tips | No Comments
It’s All About Perspective!

When I come home from a shoot, I am usually exhausted. Not because of the prop or equipment schlepping, but because I feel like I got a full weeks’ worth of working-out with my trainer (Rachel) in just a few hours! I am normally running in front or behind my subject, crawling on the ground […]

Photography 101 – The Rule of Thirds

Posted by on Jan 14, 2015 in Tips | No Comments
Photography 101 – The Rule of Thirds

Each month I will be highlighting a photography principle, tips that have worked for me and how to’s including, rule of thirds, framing your shot, camera modes, how to take better pictures of your children, editing, etc. While trying to figure out where to start, it became a “what comes first – the chicken or the […]

Tips for Converting Color Images to Black & White (Editing, Part 2)

Posted by on Oct 2, 2014 in Tips | No Comments
Tips for Converting Color Images to Black & White (Editing, Part 2)

Although I photograph in digital color, I still convert many images to black & white. There is just something about a classic b&w photo – I don’t know if it’s the depth of the image or the fact that I only get to convey my message to the audience by using three colors: black, white […]

Tips For Editing

Posted by on Sep 2, 2014 in Tips | No Comments
Tips For Editing

I spend hours editing. I think that editing is key in delivering a final product to my clients. I learn something new every single time I sit in front of my computer and work on a new image.   Although most photo sessions range between 30 minutes to an hour, I can spend on average 4 […]