Photographing your family with intent

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What got me started on this path was going through the thousands of images we have our daughter in her first year. Have you been there? Whether it’s our honeymoon, our guests’ photographs of our wedding or our children, we are just overwhelmed by the number of photographs and don’t really know what to do with them.

I don’t believe in photographs just sitting on a hard drive, so as I now go through them two years later, I try to decide what to do with them. Some of them will definitely be for her (small prints in a photo album), some are for us, and others already filled their purpose (shared with others) and will never see the light of day ever again.

As I go through my struggles and try to find solutions, I look at it from a mother and photographer’s point of view and am creating solutions that could work for everyone.


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