Category Archives: How-to

Teaching Tuesday: How to you capture all the times you want to remember? Well, the key is being prepared. Keep your camera is an easily accessible place that you can grab in just a second. For me, it’s right behind my computer (so it’s safe from little hands) in my kitchen…the hub of all activity….

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I’m pretty sure this could be the busiest week of our lives. But little time outs, like this one watching my baby draw, help me survive the craziness. And your quick tip for Teaching Tuesday- photographing the details like hands and feet can be a challenge with active kids. Wait for the times that they’re…

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Last week a stomach bug left me down for the count and zero photography took place. But that nasty illness has finally left our home and I’m back sharing a Teaching Tuesday tip for how to capture your child’s growth on camera. So straight from The Everyday Momtographer page some practical advice: … I was…

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Every Tuesday over on The Everyday Momtographer we talk through one of the challenges of photographing our kids and how to overcome it. I thought it might be fun and helpful to start posting some of our topics here on my website so that everyone can access some of the great info we’re reviewing. And,…

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One of the things I love most in the world is photographing children deeply engaged in their everyday life. I love the messy hair, the milk mustaches, the toy-filled rooms. Not that I don’t love a huge tooth-filled smile, but seeing a kid playing, dreaming, and interacting in their most natural environment just makes my…

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