Business Is Like A Locomotive

A Post Dedicated To Dad, The Train Lover | When I was a kid, I wrote short stories and poetry to express myself. I was painfully shy back then, so putting words onto paper instead of speaking them just worked for me. This resulted in me majoring in Media

  • Dec 29, 2018
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10 Examples of My Vision Brought To Life

Most photographers would agree that you can see a location for what it is...but at the same time envision its potential. For me, I need to see what I'm working with to create a vision of the end product.

  • Jul 19, 2018
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Did You Always Know?

I was recently asked if I always felt that I was meant to be a photographer, or if I took classes and basically stumbled into it. I LOVE this question, because no one has ever asked me this before, and it made me put into words something that’s only

  • Apr 26, 2018
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2017 Year In Review

Well, here we are nearing the end of 2017! Quite often, I can’t post what I’m working on right away since it’s going to end up being published. So with this being my first year having a blog, you’d best believe I wanted to do an overview post!! It

  • Dec 30, 2017
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Do You Know Your Style?

Riddle Me This: What draws you in more: a bright, colorful image, or a dark and moody photo? Popular trends right now include the “light and airy” look where the sky is predominantly white and all colors are pastel, or the dark and grainy film look. Maybe you’re somewhere in between? None of these are

  • Oct 25, 2017
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Middleburg Barn Session | Maggie & Stewie

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Middleburg, up a long dirt road, lies a gorgeous plot of land with two stables and a beautiful two-story home modeled after the French countryside. It’s a “word of mouth only” kind of place, where you have to know

  • Aug 21, 2017
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Can’t Beat Candid

Today’s feeds are filled with so many perfectly posed and filtered images that it truly shocks us when we see something candid. For ages we’ve been told to look at the camera, say “cheese” and be happy with the results–or be upset when not everyone is looking. And nine

  • May 02, 2017
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The Rule I Like To Follow

Sometimes rules are meant to be broken…and sometimes there are rules that you really, really like to follow. Enter the Rule of Thirds. If you’ve ever taken a photography class, this is one of the first things they teach you about a “good photo.”  The concept is simple: create

  • Apr 23, 2017
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What Exactly Does “Lifestyle Photography” Even Mean?

The term “Lifestyle Photography” gets thrown around a lot these days, and it’s easy to get confused by what it even entails. It will definitely vary depending on which photographer you ask, but that’s why I wanted to explain what it means to me. Technically, it’s defined as “a

  • Apr 14, 2017
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And We’re Live!

Picture your life 7 years ago…where you lived, where you worked, what your mindset was. Now think of all the ways you’ve changed, learned and experienced life in those 7 years. In technology years, that’s ancient! I mean, it takes dogs that long to earn a respectable year of

  • Apr 06, 2017
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