Seven Ways To Use Your Engagement Photos

I've shared why I love engagement sessions in the past but I love talking about them because I think they're important! They give you a chance to get to know your photographer before the big day arrives and allows you to get comfortable with being in front of the camera. Not to mention, it can be a nice break from wedding planning! Once your receive your images from your session you can do all sorts of fun things with them.

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Spring Color Palette Inspiration

Who doesn't love a good wedding color palette, right?! It may seem early but Spring will be here before we know it and if you're a bride getting married and are still trying to think of a fun color palette then this post is for you! A palette like this will give your images a range of contrast and have your wedding album popping full of color. It's one of my favorite palettes because it can be really diverse! You can have bridesmaids in navy or coral dresses, groomsmen in navy or grey suits, the possibilities are endless.

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The Nifty Fifty

When I first started in photography I didn't really have a clue what type of lenses I wanted to use. I had been use to using black and white film for class and my professors never stressed the difference your lens could make. After I started following a few wedding photographers I couldn't understand how they're couples seemed to really pop off of the backgrounds. I knew about depth of field but my images never looked like that. I stumbled upon the answer one day and have never looked back!

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February Goals

It's February! Can you believe it? Actually, I can...I kind of feel like January took a long time to end so now I'm sure February is going to feel like it's flying by. All that really means is that I need to work faster this month on my goals :) My personal goals are probably going to stay pretty consistent because I'm trying to get into a routine so forgive me the repetition. Business goals are a little different but they piggy back off of what I had for January.

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