Category: Photography Tips

Perspective: How Your Point of View Helps to Tell the Story

When I was about 5 or 6 months pregnant with my first child, I asked my husband to take a profile picture of me. We don’t have any family in town, so I wanted to post a picture for family to see. I wanted it to be a flattering shot, of course. I had him […]


Finding the Light {Ann Arbor Photographer | Photography Tips}

The first thing I notice when I look at a photograph of a person, is his or her expression. For my last blog post I talked about “Why I Never Say Cheese.” I strive to capture real expressions from my own children and my clients. ¬†Sometimes we get it with little effort and sometimes we […]


Why I Never Say “Cheese” {Ann Arbor Child Photography Tips}

I love a great picture with a real smile. Real smiles can take a little time and patience to get. You can say “cheese”, but you will not capture a real, genuine smile. At least I have never seen a child flash a fantastic “cheese” smile. My daughter agreed to help me illustrate this point. […]

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