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If you’re planning a wedding without the help of a wedding planner or day of coordinator, read this and consider it. I hired a planner and it was the best investment we made for our wedding day (besides photos of course)!

Working full time, managing a photography business and being a newly wed is a lot of work. Nobody said it would be easy. So I came up with some “rules” for my business to help restore balance to my life. And I have some awesome tools I’m sharing with you to help you get the balance back in your life.

Ever wonder why photographers charge a retainer? See why it’s good practice to keep your calendar full!

Don’t get caught on the wrong side of a technological failure! I’ve heard so many horror stories from other photographers, but it is worth the investment in your clients memories to protect them and back them up safely. Here are my fail safe tips for backup and storage!

In just one year, I completely transformed my photography business. I tripled my photography income while giving myself freedom to devote more time to what I love most – providing my clients with an unforgettable experience. Sound like you? Check out the three tools that helped me out!

Whether you’re a photographer or a bride, these wedding day essentials will help you prep for just about anything. Check out some of my favorite items to pack on a wedding day to wow my brides and ensure we’re ready for anything!

Whether you’re a photographer, a hobbyist, or just a cool mom with a camera, these 10 tips will help you care for your memory cards that hold some truly special moments.

Today is AMAZING! It’s officially been 4 years since I began my photography journey. 4 years ago today I graduated college and ordered my first DSLR camera. I had no idea what I was doing you guys, seriously. And I’m not afraid to admit I still reference YouTube and blogs to teach myself on occasion. […]

Educate your clients The house doesn’t need to be spotless to create amazing images. Suggest areas that may have good lighting, such as a window seat or a play room with a large window. Make sure to reassure them that you can clean as you go if needed. Send them suggestions like a mood board […]

This isn’t just any product review…this literally changed my life. I considered quitting photography, but now I don’t have to.


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