So yeah, i did a thing. I now OFFICIALLY live in southern California! If you had told me last year that I would be moving away from my family and fulfilling my dream of moving to California, I would have laughed like Sarah laughed in Genesis. But that’s the beautiful thing about faith- it’s often acknowledged in ways that are mind-boggling to us, but that make perfect sense to our Creator. Want to know how my I reached my goal in a year?? Get your hopes up, friend, because if I can- YOU CAN!!
I love my job. I love it more than words. I wouldn’t trade this for the WORLD right now. Seriously, not for anything. But it’s not easy. Period. Today, I wanted to give you an unfiltered picture of what it’s like to be a destination photographer.
I think I might shock a lot of people with what I’m about to say... but I wanna talk about ghosting for a minute.
I don’t hate ghosting.
These are notes that I’ve taken and noticed at multiple weddings and finally HAD to put down on paper. Just remember that this is supposed to be fun and enjoyable. If you take a few steps ahead of time, you can make it one of the most relaxed, happy, and fun days of your life.
We spent a morning frolicking around an Airbnb in Joshua Tree, California, documenting their first year of marriage, their love, and their daily life
One of the most asked questions. “How do I pose candidly?” or “How do I get natural reactions and interactions with my clients?” So I’ve compiled 5 of my biggest tips for getting those natural, candid reactions from your clients. But enough talk. Let’s dive on in!