Category Archives: Photog Tips

May

29

2018

Photography at the Lavender Farm

Deep Creek Lake Wedding Photographer

deep creek lavender farm engagement session

In April I taught a photography class at Garrett College. I almost said no because I was afraid I wouldn’t have time to prep material, and of course I was nervous about teaching a class by myself. I wanted to be sure I could give the class and students the time, attention and energy deserved, Continue Reading

May

16

2017

You know the business quote…”It’s not what you know, but who you know.” It seems to be widely used among business owners these days and it’s an idea that has seemed especially true to me recently. But as I was writing this post, I discovered that the quote has actually been updated to read “It’s not what Continue Reading

Apr

17

2017

Photog Tip: An Email-Free Phone

Deep Creek Lake Photographer

I had a meeting today with some industry friends and one commented about how she had been “blowing up” my email with messages just before we met. She apologized because she didn’t have my cell phone number, but I reassured her that she hadn’t been bothering me because I don’t have email connected to my Continue Reading

Mar

28

2017

Shoutout To Love Winnie James

Deep Creek Lake Photographer

Let me tell you about Love Winnie James.  I found this online store on Instagram and I just adore their clothes! Basics + unique pieces, AND at affordable prices. I recently found reason to finally place an order and am a very satisfied customer. I ordered two tops, both coming in quality, comfortable material, and Continue Reading

Dec

30

2016

Behind The Scenes 2016

Deep Creek Lake Photographer

It’s that time of year! “Best of” posts from photographers where they showcase their favorite pictures from the year AND “behind the scenes” posts that include somewhat embarrassing pictures of them actually shooting. This is my Behind The Scenes post for 2016. 🙂  All of these pictures were taken at the 20-some weddings I photographed Continue Reading

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