Posts tagged wedding photogapher
My Favorite Programs to Use for Photography and Design

As a photographer and graphic designer, I have a lot of programs that I have to know how to use, and use frequently. There are some that I don’t particularly like working in, and then there are others that I absolutely love. Below I’ll share some of my absolute favorite programs!

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Enlighten and Inspire Saint George, Utah Workshop Review

As someone in the creative industry, I find it incredibly important to invest in education. I am always finding classes, online workshops, YouTube videos, tutorials found on Pinterest, and in person workshops to attend to further my education. I truly believe that no matter how accomplished you become as a photographer, designer, videographer, florist, etc., there will always be someone that you can learn something new from.

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Then and Now: My Journey as a Photographer

I first started loving photography in high school more than 10 years ago. I remember the first camera I ever got was a little point and shoot. I would take it out and have “photo shoots” with my best friends all the time. I was also obsessed with America’s Next Top Model and thought I was amazing at modeling. Good grief. How little did I know.

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My 5 Biggest Life Goals

Goals. Who loves to set them? Do you keep to them and work until you’ve reached a specific goal? Or do you set goals and then just kinda let them fall by the wayside, like so many New Years resolutions? I’ve always ben a goal setter. My goals used to be silly things like try out for American Idol or read 100 books in a year. While those are fine goals for some people, as I’ve grown and changed as a person, my goals have grown as well. I love how my thought process of setting goals has changed. There’s a million things that I want to do, but I mainly focus on some of the most important ones to me. Read on to learn more about my top 5 goals for my life.

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My Most Embarrassing Moment as a Photographer

I’m not the type of person to get embarrassed super easy. I mean yeah, I’ve had pretty embarrassing moments before. Like the time in high school when I broke my high heel and fell down a flight of stairs, or the time when I got out of my car wearing a new dress and the wind blew the dress up around my face and showed literally everything. Or the first time I farted in front of my husband when we were dating. It happens. But there’s one specific moment that comes to mind since I’ve been a wedding photographer.

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A Behind the Scenes Look Into My Photography Business

Have you ever wondered what the process for a photographer is? Do you think its just about coming to the shoot, snapping some pictures, then going home and uploading them to a gallery for clients? There is actually a ton more work involved behind the scenes of what I do for my photography clients! Below you’ll discover all about the back end of my business!

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Why I Love Shooting Couples | Utah Wedding Photographer

When I first started photography, I shot everything under the sun. I did families, seniors, couples and weddings, newborns, I tried out product photography. Literally everything. And it was so overwhelming because I tried to be good at all of them. I spread myself so thin that I couldn’t really progress and get to as good of a point as I wanted to.

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