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Five Indoor Light Photography Ideas To Try This Christmas

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Trimming the tree and decking the halls, gathering around the fireplace and cookies by candlelight. It’s a magical time. If capturing this festive season is as important to you as it is to me, you may have been left somewhat disappointed over the years by the lack of magical glow from your dslr only to be replaced by a glaring frosty flash! Fear not, I’ve put together five creative ideas just in time for the holidays to put the magic into your photos sans flash! Continue reading “Five Indoor Light Photography Ideas To Try This Christmas”

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Pullbacks For Indoor Photography

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There are a couple of key things that I wish I had found out earlier in my photography journey (or even as a new mum with a dslr!) Today, I share one of them, whether you have a point and shoot or a dslr, it will change the way you photograph, forever! What is it, you ask? Continue reading “Pullbacks For Indoor Photography”

Capturing The First Year

capturing the first year {nine months}

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Phew! I’m not gonna lie, the past month has been k-razy! Somewhere along the road we thought it would be a good idea to move house ;-)

Thinking ahead, I made sure I didn’t pack my camera, but I DID pack my imac and didn’t have a work station for a short while as well as I cannot stand to work in chaos! Tidy house = tidy mind.  I’m continuing to desperately catch up with life after being somewhat off the grid for a while.

As much as I would like to have the nursery perfectly set up and decorated to shoot in, this is not going to happen any time soon so a little improvisation is needed. Packing boxes are our life right now and an experience in Mattheus’ first year to remember. Continue reading “capturing the first year {nine months}”