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January 7, 2018

Hey friends! Just here to tell you about new plans for this blog’s MAILING LIST. There’s something about the new year that always inspires me to get back to more regular blogging, and this past week I’ve been busy putting together a fun little Newsletter for my subscribers where I share helpful tips for one of my all-time favorite things; PHOTOGRAPHY!

This First Edition is all about a topic just about all of us can take advantage of; How to Take Better Indoor Photos of Your Kids. This is for the beginner and the experienced alike, and the tips do not require having a DSLR camera. It is not technical, at all! Rather, it’s about understanding how to work with natural lighting, how to set up simple but beautiful spaces, what angles to photograph your children from for the best portraits, etc.  If you’re interested, please JOIN THE MAILING LIST for this newsletter plus more free photography tip & tricks to come!


1. My blog posts delivered to your inbox.

2. My Newsletters, featuring beginner-friendly photography tips.

3. Free Offers, including Print-Friendly Art + Guides.

I will not overload your inbox! Trust me, even if I wanted to I do not have the time. Also, this is an ad-free blog, which means no annoying ads to scroll through ever.

Lastly, I want your input! If you have a moment, I’d love to hear about what photography-related topics or tutorials that you personally would love to read about. Again, it doesn’t matter what your experience level is, we all have smart phones and–truth be told–those take some of the best photos at times.

Again, don’t wait or you’ll miss the first newsletter–go ahead and SUBSCRIBE.

Thanks, friends!

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