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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Raleigh Family Photographer – Holiday Session Announcement!

Wow, this year has flown by!  I can’t believe I’m already booking fall/holiday portraits already.  As most of you know I run this special once a year with limited time slots.  I’m once again offering a full and a mini session option.  The details and locations are outlined below.  Remember these are first come first serve and there will be a $25 retainer fee due at the time of booking. Holiday Mini Sessions: What’s included: 20-25 minute sessions 3 digital

Raleigh Family Photographer – Lunch Ideas

I don’t know about you, but I am constantly looking for lunch ideas.  I always struggle with lunch.  I am a pretty healthy eater so I like a lot of salads and whole foods as opposed to sandwiches and burgers.  I’ve spent some time on Pinterest rounding up some ideas and I wanted to share some of my faves this month.    I’ve also created a whole board on Pinterest dedicated to lunch ideas if you care to follow… This collection from Buzzfeed is great.  Just when I think I can’t possibly love

Raleigh Baby Photographer – Lux is 1

I just loved photographing Lux and her family.  She is so adorable (just like mom and dad) and was so happy throughout the session.  She is a cruiser for sure and had a great time exploring the Raulston Arboretum.  Here are some from our session:

Raleigh Family Photographer – My Favorite Educational Websites

Since we’re all officially back to school this month I thought I would do a post of my favorite educational sites.  Since my daughter is 3 most of these are geared towards preschoolers, but I think most offer a variety of ideas for all ages. Carrots are Orange  – This is a Montessori  based learning site and I really like it.  It’s organized, easy to navigate and full of great ideas. Picklebums – I use this site quite a bit for craft inspiration.  It’s cute and easy to

Photo Tip Tuesday – Get Shooting

Are you in a photography rut?  Do you have an awesome new camera that you really want to use, but find yourself bypassing it day after day?  Well I have the post for you!  This week’s tip is all about finding ways to encourage creative photography and forcing you to pick up the camera and shoot. 1.  Joining a Project 365/Project 52 group – This is not for the faint of heart and it can be really challenging at times, but I know so many photographers who swear that this really helped them define

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