I’m a licensed teacher, how do you like them apples? Ha! This winter, I went through training to instruct a DSLR photography class designed with moms in mind.
I needed to understand how to explain what I know in a structured way. After learning through a class myself and a few years of mistakes, it’s amazing how much I can share. It’s so fun to connect with other people who have a similar interest and typically are moms too.
During our 4 hours of Momtography, there are lots of stories, laughs, sharing, slides, images to dissect, practice, some technical skills and my favorite a moment when people ‘get it’. It isn’t just my talking, you’ll have exercises to try and some time to work together. This class is great to take on your own or bring your friend.
Come connect with us. When the day is done, you will have opportunities to stay practicing and connected with the other attendees. Also, a larger online community. I know motherhood can be lonely, but pursing a hobby with other people on the same journey is wonderful.
You can find class detail at the bottom of this linked information sheet or shoot me a question at firstname.lastname@example.org or below.
After taking photos with her sister, it was Maddy’s turn to be alone in front of the camera. We had several outfits to go through a majority of them being natural, casual and sporty so our location was perfect. So was she, because this gal was willing to try lots of poses and looks.
Flexibility and the a willingness to relax really makes for a good image, even when you are worried about getting poked by the grass or losing a bracelet in the field.
That willingness to let go makes room for conversation while I’m coaching where to place hands or shift so the light hits just so.
Props like sports equipment or a book gives provides something else to focus on and will mark the time you spent in high school in a way the yearbook may not.
Yearbook formals through the school or as part of your session with me is a memorable way to mark the end of your time in High School. Celebrating what the time has meant to you and making a photo of that creates new memories.
Congratulations Maddy and the class of 2017!
Typically when discussing your shoot during our pre-session, people are very concerned where we should shoot the images. Happily, I can make anything work. My wedding training required flexibility and quick creative solutions, so I’d rather be where you are comfortable. That often means your yard or for little one’s sometimes mom’s bed. For this multi generation crew we met in a park-like setting at Grandma’s. Delightful chaos freezing candid opportunities while taking advantage of the natural beauty of their home. We used several places throughout the yard so each family had a different look for their portrait. So much fun and I enjoyed the time spend time with this wonderful family. They were so welcoming, I felt like a part of the family! Schedule forced a quick shoot and when the newest prince on the scene wasn’t pleased after his long car ride to attend, we adjusted squeezing in some indoor captures.