Category Archives: business

I was talking to an old high school friend recently about the beauty of owning a small business. During our conversation, I was sharing bits of advice on working for yourself, gaining clients and producing a quality product. She hopes to have kids someday and will be able to have an office outside of the Continue Reading

If you’ve been a blog reader for a little while, you probably know that I offer mentor meetings, taught a photography class at a MOPS meeting and hosted a free photography shoot out this past spring. I quickly came to realize that I love teaching about photography and definitely want to continue to grow that Continue Reading

The JFP schedule is a little off this week. Brian has been out of town for work (he returns tonight…yay!) and I hate being home alone with Ally. So she and I packed up and went to my parents’ house in PA for a couple days. Even though I didn’t get as much work done Continue Reading

JFP was back in mentor meeting mode last weekend! Boy it’s fun to teach and share one of my passions. I really hope there are plenty more mentor meetings (and maybe some official, large JFP workshops…hint, hint! 😉 ) in my future because being able to help other photographers in their journey and repaying the Continue Reading

Questions about wedding photography are pretty common when it comes to conversation between myself and other photographers, especially those photographers who don’t photograph weddings. What kind of lighting equipment do you use at the reception? How many pictures do you take on a wedding day? How do you handle a dark church? All are very Continue Reading

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