Category Archives: Photo Displays

6 questions to ask yourself around your family photographs

As adults, we’re often set in our ways, acting out the patterns that work for us day in and day out. When we’re in the middle of those patterns and routines, we rarely do anything to stir things up. Every once in a while it is good to stop and ask yourself some questions, so...

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What I do with my own photos

As someone who works within the photography industry, I want to share some light on what I do with my own photos: I purge and organize digital photos Even though it may feel like digital storage is an endless treasure-trove of photos and space for more, it’s crucial that I go through photos I take...

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The timelessness of black-and-white family photography

For nearly 1.5 years now I’ve been co-working with fellow family photographer Maki once a week – and for a while now we’ve talked about me photographing a Year In The Life for her family. As we were finalizing the “paperwork”, she sent me a text that I grabbed this snippet from: “Please do all...

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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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