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Magnolia Press and a trip to waco

I have been a huge fan of Joanna Gaines since Fixer Upper first started.  We were living in San Antonio Texas and the Silos weren’t really even a huge thing.  Fast forward a few years and I had the opportunity to visit Waco, Texas while teaching at a photography conference.  I knew immediately that I […]

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a tour of Lowndes Grove

Lowndes Grove Lowndes Grove estate, once called Rose’s Farm, was built at some point in 1786 on the Ashley River in charming Charleston, on the fourteen-acre property with an inviting historical home. There are bits of whimsy left by previous owners throughout, including the decorative lion on the front doorknob as well as the arched […]

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boudoir photography ideas for your session

When it comes to boudoir photography ideas, oftentimes less is more. I know this may sound odd but in reality, I find that the main reason is we as women add in too many extra things, is that we are trying to hide. We worry about having the right make-up, the right hairstyle, the right […]

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Wedding portraits in midday sun can feel stressful but it doesn’t have to be. It’s no secret that photographers dislike taking photos midday as these often result in squinting or raccoon eyes. Put those portraits on the beach and it ups the anxiety for many a new photographer, causing them to say things like: Let’s […]

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It was a perfect spring day for a St. Helena Wedding at Agapae Oaks. In the heart of the Low Country, you will find Agapae Oaks with its historic main house dating back to 1790 as it overlooks the marshland. The island which was discovered around 1520 is renowned for its Gullah culture. If you […]

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