Snapshots in Time
My fascination with cameras has never been just with their ability to freeze snapshots in time. Rather, the reason I love photography is because it allows me to grab hold of a moment, to make a memory tangible, and then hang it on the wall so that I can cherish it forever. These past few months…
Decorating your Home with Family Portraits
There’s truth in cliches. Your home is your castle. And in many cases your home is a family’s most valuable asset. And a well decorated home creates a sense of place, comfort and belonging for everyone under the roof—not the just the adults, but the little ones too. So, when it comes time to decorating your own personal refuge, what better option is there than to fill the walls with the people and places that you love the most?
Tips for Great Family Portraits
For a lot of people, family portrait sessions can be really stressful. Are the kids going to have a meltdown? Is Dad going to throw a temper tantrum? What if junior decides to play in the mud in his Sunday best? Does my hair look okay? There’s just so much pressure to get the perfect picture!
Metallic Prints vs. Metals
I get asked by clients all the time what is the difference between a metallic print and a metal. Both of these products are great choices for displaying your images, especially for pictures of children and high school seniors where you want portraits with vibrant colors and a lot of energy.
Better Family Pictures – The Rule of Thirds
If you’re looking to take better pictures and snapshots of your children and family, consider the rule of thirds! One of the things that I learned from my mother growing up is that the value of a photograph isn’t always about technical perfection, it’s about the story that it tells. Yes, there’s a time and…
How to Look Awesome in Photographs
So you’re planning a night out on the town this weekend and much to your dismay your friends are surely going to want to take your photo!
Have no fear! You can rock that cell phone pic! A lot of work goes into posing and lighting a professional portrait, but here are three quick tips that I give to all of my clients to help them look their best.
Say what you will about online photo sharing, there’s just NO SUBSTITUTE for a professionally printed photograph, especially when we’re talking about high school senior and family portraits! Especially those big beautiful pieces of art that you can touch and feel and display on your wall! Here’s a snapshot of a 16″x 24″ canvas that…