Black Friday Print Sales Hey friends!  The holiday season is right around the corner and I am thoroughly ready to soak up some much needed downtime with my family. As I’m sure you are too! One thing my family and I love to do during the holidays is sit down together and look through our photos […]

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Professional Photographer Workflow Tips: How to Streamline Your Post Production Process Becoming a professional photographer may seem like it’s all lights, camera, action, but it’s the behind the scenes work that we do for our clients that eats up the majority of our time.  I had a ton of students asking me about my post […]

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Ashlyn + Taylor’s City Park Engagement Session features picture perfect light, towering oak trees dripping with Spanish moss and their sweet pup, Maggie!

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Flash Basics for Wedding Photographers For a brand new or novice photographer, figuring out how to use flash in your portraits can seem overwhelming and complicated. Unless you plan to only shoot in perfectly lit areas all of the time (News flash! This is impossible!), you are eventually going to have to learn how to […]

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Natural Light for Portraits Are you a novice photographer who is looking to improve your photography skills? I’ll be sharing some of my favorite ways to use natural light for portraits inside my private Facebook group and I wanted to give you a sneak peek at these natural light tips! How to use natural light […]

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Wondering where to get married in New Orleans? Here is a list of venues and their top qualities!

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6 tips for dealing with imposter syndrome as a professional photographer.

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Key signs that tell you it’s time raise your rates or time to start charging for your photography for the first time! Throw away your hesitations and begin making a profit off your efforts!

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Wondering what to wear for your fall family photos? The Smalley Family knocks it out of the park with their deep navy, grey, denim and burnt gold tones. Earth tones and neutrals with a splash of color will almost always yield great results!

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I see it time and again in the photography forums and Facebook groups this time of year. Tired photographers drowning in work, tired of missing out on family time, and struggling to keep up with edits, emails, and contracts. Not to mention all of those last minute print and album orders you’ve been chasing around […]

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There are so many things to manage when planning a wedding. Sometimes it's the little things that make the biggest impact - here are five of our favorite tips to help! 

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