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I recently hosted a number of Mommy & Me Photography classes and had so much fun teaching tips and tricks to a group of moms who wanted to learn how to take quality photos of their kids. When setting up these classes, I stressed that no fancy equipment was necessary. The only prerequisite was an […]

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My Top 3 Beach Photography Tips That Will Instantly Improve Your Images

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Family photography is evolving to more than just the traditional portrait. It’s always nice to have a perfect portrait to look back on and reflect on a specific time and place, but what if you had high quality photos of how your family lived their daily lives. All the silliness, crying, climbing, jumping, spinning and running […]

A New Type Of Photo Session: A Slice Of Life

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Action photography is my speciality, considering my sports photography background, and the honest expressions of children are the most fun to see during an outdoor shoot at the park and/or private yard.  Their personalities really shine through and is why today’s post is all about capturing those moments and providing you with a little inspiration.  Here […]

Children’s Action Photography: Tips and Inspiration

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Security is a big deal to me and for many of my photography clients.  There is a spectrum of parents who allow any and all images posted to social media, blogs and website promotion, while others only allow images of the children.  There are many reasons including the parents employment, privacy standards and/or a need for the […]

The Balance Between Client Security and Self Promotion

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This week my son and I traveled to the Boston Children’s Museum.  Every time I visit a park, museum and/or playground I notice the majority of parents are capturing images of their children using smartphones.  So I decided to only capture photos of our adventures with my iPhone, but I wanted to still make creative […]

iPhone Photography: Boston Day Trip to Children’s Museum

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