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Preserving Memories | Franklin Portrait Photographer

I, like most of you, grew up in an age of film, point and shoot, waiting a week for your images to develop and actual tangible pictures you could hold in your hand. Memories to be framed and to be past down from generation to generation.We also experienced the end of this era. (However recently […]

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The Easter Snapshot in 5 Steps

5 Steps to Photographing Your Own Kids In Their Best Dress or Costume 1. Get down on their level. Squat down so you are at their eye level or just a bit above or below. Shooting down only works when they are looking up and you are doing close ups or creative shots.  2. Pull them […]

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How to Choose A Professional Photographer?

I think this is a huge question – huge I tell you! I’m going to give you 5 Questions to ask yourself before you write the check, sign the contract and start shopping for wardrobe. 1. Is their photography style reflective of yours?  Just because you love a photographers work doesn’t mean you need to […]

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What to Wear Wednesday | Choosing Your Wardrobe

Let’s get real – this is probably one of the hardest parts of getting ready for a photo session. A Client always needs help and even if you are not a client yet…please ask for help in this area as clothes can at times make or break a cherished family moment.. I’m a fashion maven […]

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