This week we did something out of the ordinary for us. We strapped on some microphones, made a little slideshow, and cracked jokes in front of an audience, but it wasn’t as scary as it sounds. On Wednesday, we had the opportunity to present about our photography business to a local group in Anderson! 1 […]
It’s been over four months of being a full time photographer. Time has flown by and owning my own business has been my greatest adventure! But would you believe me if I told you I almost let fear stop me from becoming a photographer?
Bride and Groom-to-be! CONGRATS on your engagement!
We want to offer you a free legacy album, leather cover or linen, of your wedding day images! In order to claim this gift from us, just book your 2019 or 2020 wedding during the months of December 2018-January 2019. That’s it!
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Over the past year and a half, we have been blessed with the opportunity to expand our photography gear. We have been able to pay cash for refurbished or new camera bodies and lenses that have drastically enhanced our work! I get questions pretty often about what gear we use, so here a few of our most used items and a description of how we use them.
When I was thinking about what to write about for Marriage Monday, I asked Mitchel if he had any suggestions. He mentioned that I should tell people what working from home is really like, both personally and in our marriage.
Last week I had the opportunity to meet with a group of people who are all a part of the wedding industry! It’s a local chapter of the Rising Tide Society group, which is a group that has smaller groups of entrepreneurs all over the USA.
We both have been on a huge “shop small” kick here recently. We’ve been going to more community events and exploring our city. Now, we’re just as quick as the other 99% of people who buy everything on Amazon (it’s hard to beat 2-day shipping), but we’re trying to change our ways.