Category Archives: For photographers

A list of documentary family photography business owner tasks

I’ve been building a list of all the things I do in my business, and figured it would be fun to share. I bet I’ve forgotten a lot, so I will keep adding to the list as I remember more things: CLIENTS AND INQUIRIES Phone calls Reply to inquiries Schedule video calls with inquirers (through...

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Photographers – don’t “try out” birth photography without doing your homework

Alright. There is something that needs to be addressed in the world of birth photography. Too often there are variations of these questions in Facebook groups for photographers: “I’m shooting my first birth soon. Any tips?” “I’m heading to the hospital to photograph a birth for the first time. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!”...

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What I wish I knew when I started my family photography business

Over the last year or so I’ve gotten a good chunk of emails and messages from photographers all over the world, asking for advice. These photographers are often just starting their businesses, stuck in a price range they don’t like, not getting the inquiries they need, or simply overwhelmed with where to even begin. Over...

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What I learned from my first BFF photo session

I no longer keep in touch with my bestest BFF from elementary school, we grew apart in high school. But all the adventures and the regular days spent at one of our houses, they did feel magical. All the little projects, the basketball-craze we had after seeing Space Jam, the days at sea on my...

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

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