How to be a more resourceful photographer in 2020 – a hint of tough love

As the year is coming to an end, I’ve reflected on some things that I’ve most likely done myself in the past year or few – and how we photographers can do a bit better in being resourceful instead of going through our days in reaction-mode and making default decisions. Repurpose *everything* A photography business...

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My favorite documentary newborn and family session gear [updated]

It’s been a couple years since my latest family and newborn photography session gear update post – so it is about time for an update: Nikon D750 camera body The D750 camera body combined with the 35mm and 24mm 1.4 lenses are my favorite for low-light situations like dark rooms, non-bright indoor lights and births...

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30 family photographs where I see love

Having worked with amazing families in the warm and intimate settings of their homes and hospital rooms, I’ve been gifted a real inside experience of love. Sometimes love is loud, sometimes quiet. Sometimes love is tough. Sometimes love is really obvious. Sometimes love is in the little things that might go unnoticed.

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Do you believe in the power of photo books?

Photo books area great way to safe-keep your family photos for a couple different reasons: You can tell a bigger story with photo books and albums than you can in one wall print. You can mix in the rough and the struggles with the funny and the pretty. You can throw in some in-between moments...

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JENNA CHRISTINA PHOTOGRAPHY

 

Documentary newborn and family photographer serving San francisco Bay Area, San Jose, Oakland, Berkeley, Santa Cruz and surrounding areas

 

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