Photography Tips to help you Shoot like a Pro

Do you want to take better photos but don’t know where to start? Do you currently have a-zillion photos on your phone and no plans with what to do with them?? In this post I’m going to share a few photo tips to get you thinking like a pro! Just like everything, Photography has some basic...

How to Photograph the Best Moments on Wedding Day

When I started photographing weddings, I obliged to the requests of my clients accepting ‘wedding shot lists‘ assuming they knew what photographs they wanted. Tirelessly I worked capturing lengthy lists of details and various combinations of group photographs. Details: the cake, the rings, the dress, shoes, Flowers: boutineer, bouquet, special flowers Bride with mom, Bride...

Don’t Underestimate the Power of a Bad Headshot

I get it. I really do! Who has time for scheduling a headshot? It feels like a daunting task when you already have enough daily items on your ‘To-Do-List’. This can easily live at the bottom of the list! If you are like me, there are somethings I’ll always find an excuse to avoid… like...

Little Girls Grow Up; The Senior Portrait Experience

It’s been several years since I’ve seen her. I met her and the rest of the family several years ago when her oldest brother was a senior at Blue Valley. While the entire family towered over me, Macy and her younger brother were about my height. They were both in their early teens and not...

Starting Kindergarten; Survival Tips

It’s hard to believe my little daughter is heading into third grade next week. Just yesterday, it seems I was preparing to send her to kindergarten. Since it’s been a few years since we began this journey, I thought I’d share a few tips on how I prepared for her first year in school. Starting...

Your Family Photographer

How the family photographer becomes part of the story. This time, I learned the exciting news from an excited grandmother Facebook!  I’ve known Ashley & Chris since they got engaged and I was there when they said ‘I do.’  And this made it all the more exciting to learn the couple had settled temporarily in...

Newborn Photography how to Prepare

You are tired, frustrated and anxious just after giving birth making it hard to want photos. Don’t let THAT keep you from having these first moments documented. ‘Don’t take any photos of me! I look terrible. I couldn’t get it together this morning!?!’ Try not to worry about that. It’s a vulnerable time and I get it. ...

Julie Burton went viral: Part Two

It started with a litter of kittens someone abandoned in downtown Kansas City. The artist in me, jumped without thinking… I had a concept for a photograph that involved a bunch of kittens. Listen to Part Two with Julie Burton If you haven’t checked out part one, you’ll want to go back HERE and do...

When Julie Burton went viral: Part One

Julie Burton is a mother and a writer who uses her sense of humor to relate to others about daily life. As a mother of two girls she’ll flat out tell you her job is raising strong, proud daughters. She always puts them first but that doesn’t mean she takes things too seriously!

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