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When photographers here that I shoot mini-sessions back-to-back with ZERO space in between families, the first question I get without fail is, “What happens if someone is late?” I smirk to myself and answer, “Well…my clients are never late!”   WHAT?!   It’s bold, but true! Now let’s be clear. This doesn’t just happen. There […]

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Ahhh! I just adore the Coddington family! These three were so sweet – and a true joy to work with. Their fall Arbor Hills Nature Preserve family portraits were so much fun to capture. I don’t know whether it was the perfectly coordinated outfits or just a beautiful family, but no matter what it was […]

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Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Transcript Welcome back to the Business Journey Podcast! If you haven’t noticed yet, our episodes lately are really focusing on mini-sessions. And, there’s a reason! We’re almost to prime mini-session season and I want you to be well-prepared to host the most amazing and profitable sessions you’ve ever had. Today, we’re […]

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If you’re like me, it’s easy to get excited while shooting mini-sessions. I tend to get “shutter happy” and snap sooooo many photos! Over-shooting minis can be great to ensure you get those magic shots, but it can also be problematic. Remember, you have to cull through those hundreds of photos and narrow it down […]

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Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Transcript We’ve got another episode of the Business Journey Podcast to share with you today! Today, we’re diving into another one of my all-time favorite topics: how to book mini-sessions with no client base. It’s one of the biggest misconceptions when it comes to mini-sessions – that you have to have […]

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I get a lot of questions about what camera I use. “What settings do you use when taking photos?” “Do you shoot in RAW or JPEG?” and my personal favorite, “What camera should I buy?”    When people have questions about cameras and photography in general, that question can be a little broad. On top […]

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