Category Archives: Children

Many pictures we take have the subject in front and center of the photo, because, hey- they’re the subject!! This approach works, but there are other creative ways to go about it. The Rule of Thirds (ROT) is a basic composition rule, where a picture is divided into three horizontally and vertically (so three columns […]

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I’ve been wanting to do family photos during the cherry blossoms at UW, but I always seem to miss it. Maybe that’s because the weather is usually pretty rainy & unpredictable? Well…the weather didn’t disappoint! We had checked the forecast & things were supposed to be okay until afternoon… It rained the ENTIRE shoot! The only […]

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Photography is an art in which style changes quickly, and commonalities change frequently. It seems like the one constant in photography style is black and white- which is a way to remove the style and leave the moment. Many people refer to black and white as “timeless”, this is because when you take out the […]

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How often do we get our picture taken now, and in the technology-crazed world we live in let them sit on the computer? Don’t get me wrong, there are many great uses for them in the digital world, but having tangible copies of the ones you really connect with is an irreplaceable investment. It is […]

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