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My mom taught me so much in life. She taught me to; pray first before making any decision, always look on the bright side, use my napkin, turn my feet out (I was extremely pigeon-toed growing up!), smile, be myself, have joy in my heart, laugh-out-loud, be thankful for my red hair because it made…

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This June we will celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary! To commemorate it, we are offering special anniversary sessions! Our hope is to celebrate marriage by revealing both the joys and struggles of real life. We are asking couples, “What happens to love after the wedding day?” Love doesn’t need to dissolve after the wedding, but…

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These days, every few months it seems that there are new cameras released, each incrementally “raising the bar” of digital imaging a step further, while slowly driving past cameras into obsolescence. Just last month, Nikon announced a camera with ISO capabilities over 3 million, and Phase One announced an amazing digital back sensor that photographs at an astounding…

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One hears phrases tossed around, like: “yeah, it’s always the mechanic’s car that needs fixed.” That sometimes applies to photographers, as our time and energy goes towards getting great images onto the walls or coffee tables of our clients, and our own walls end up somewhat bare!  We’ve been living in our home for over…

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  • Meghan - I loved this post guys! We are always trying to change out and fill walls….these Ikea framed with new UV glass is now on my list!ReplyCancel

Sometimes I do personal photo shoots, and then get so caught up in taking care of clients that I shove my own stuff to the back burner. So in a grand Throw-back Thursday fashion, here are some shots from a Mutemath concert at Chattanooga’s Track29 (quite) awhile back. I just bought their new album VITALS, and…

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Fuji x100T I photograph all of the time, using processes from wet plate collodion to film to digital. I use everything from my iPhone to large format. Medium format. DSLR. Point+Shoot. You name it. Cameras are simply a tool for recording what we see, but somehow they seem to transcend that, and are often among people’s most prized…

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  • Sarah Becker Lillard - YES YES YES! Thank you for this! LOVE all these photos and can’t believe they were taken with such a tiny little camera!! What a machine!ReplyCancel

  • John Bamber - Thanks for checking it out Sarah! Glad you’re liking yours as well!ReplyCancel

  • Sneha - Thank you for this post! I’m stopping by to let you know how incredibly useful this post was for me. I’ve been on the fence about the Fuji x100 series (I’m a professional photographer who wants something small & lightweight but with somewhat the creative freedom my DSLR affords – to carry with me on vacations & for personal photos). I think I’ve read 90% of the reviews out there but this was the most helpful because these are just the kind of photos I’m looking to make with my personal work & I think I’ve made up my mind now. LOVE these images, your family is beautiful! THANK YOU! ReplyCancel

Fall Mini Session: Outdoor location includes 10 digital files 30 Minute Session $250.00 USD 60 Minute Session $400.00 USD Dates: Monday- October 12 {3:00 pm- 6:30 pm} Thursday- October 15 {1:30 pm -6:30 pm} Thursday- November 12 {3:30 pm – 5:00 pm}

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My mom taught me so much in life. She taught me to pray before making a big decision, to always look on the bright side, to use my napkin, and to turn my feet out (I was extremely pigeon-toed growing up!). Because of her, I have the confidence to smile, to be myself, to have…

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It is strawberry time in our little town and that means that we are gearing up to make our strawberry jam!  We have a local farm that grows strawberries and we wait at their little farm stand to get our flats of strawberries.  Canning is something that was special to me when I was growing…

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