She Can Do It!This is a campaign about women (especially mothers) who are at home in odd situations and how they are able to adapt, cope, and thrive. To all the mothers/teachers/employees/chefs (the list goes on) out there: I see you and how you are surviving through this uncertain time. While you are caring for your family, working from […] Read More > 30 Mar
Portrait Live Auction!What could possibly make a luncheon/fashion show with clothes from B. Prince at The Harbert Center any better? Celebrating women who have survived breast cancer and women who are currently facing the fight! On February 21, 2020, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama received over $10,000 resulting from a fundraiser featuring 7 women who […] Read More > 4 Mar
Celebrate Curly!Researching naturally curly hair gets lots of interesting conflicting information so I decided to ignore all that and just tell you my story. My hair was wavy when I was a teen when long straight hair was all the rage. When I was in a class on style, the students were asked to draw a […] Read More > 11 Feb
Erin’s StoryAfter hearing Erin talk about how she feels about photographs of her family, I invited her to write a guest blog post. I have been photographing her family since Jaxon was born on May 29, 2013 and Hannah was born on September 25, 2017. One of the greatest joys I have as a portrait photographer […] Read More > 27 Dec
The Eaker Family RevealYesterday Mitzi, Shane, and the boys came to the studio to see the images from their holiday session on November 24. They had already chosen the images for their Christmas card and were excited to come back to see the other family photographs. When they got the studio, I showed them a video of their […] Read More > 16 Dec
How Do You Want To Be Seen?After looking at our family photos, I came to a quick realization that there are few photos of my children with me and basically no photos of me by myself. For my birthday in July, I told all of my family members that the only thing I wanted for my birthday was a photo session […] Read More > 10 Dec
Kimberly the DancerKimberly has been taking dance since she was 4 years old, and is now en pointe at 15. In addition to her costumes, Rebekah brought a skirt that has just the right feel and length to be thrown for a special effect. Here’s a behind the scenes look at a practice throw. We had so […] Read More > 19 Nov
Last 4 Photography Tips in Series13. Hold your camera properly -Cradle the lens with your hand under the lens. Helps keep it steady so your photos are not blurry by accident. Also, helps keep the camera secure in the event someone bumps into your arm. I found this helpful guide online – check it out! 14. Limit your palette – […] Read More > 15 Nov
Family Holiday PortraitsRecently the Flurry family came into the studio for their family holiday photos. Erin and Jason brought dressy clothes and casual clothes for their session. There was a lot of activity when it was time to change clothes – sometimes the kids were up for it, sometimes not so much. However, at the end of […] Read More > 12 Nov
4 More Photography Tips!You have 8 tips from this series so far…what do you think? Let me know if you find any of these tips helpful as you dive deeper into your photography journey. 9. The golden hour – about an hour before sunset is what photographers call “the golden hour” – use this beautiful soft light for […] Read More > 8 Nov
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