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Best of Fall 2020

This semester I was lucky enough to take a Professional Imaging course with the talented Caryn Esplin. In my time at BYU-Idaho I quickly came to the realization that photography is something I am really passionate about and want to pursue as a career. After taking her...
My Personal Style Plan

My Personal Style Plan

As I dive further into my career as a photographer, I am pulled toward portrait photography. It only made sense to focus on that for my personal style project. I love taking photos of people and capturing moments and memories that they can have forever. As I started...
Why Invest in a Bridal Session

Why Invest in a Bridal Session

There are a million things to worry about on your wedding day, First look/Bridal sessions can eliminate so much of that stress. Of all the advice I give to brides when choosing a wedding photography package, I always tell them to invest in a separate Bridal/ Formal...
Winter Family Photo Tips

Winter Family Photo Tips

Family photos can be really stressful, but with these simple tips they don’t have to be. The most challenging part of family photos is often the kids, especially toddlers and babies. When preparing to take family pictures, prep your children and let them know...
How to Style Food for Food Photography

How to Style Food for Food Photography

Making something so sweet and gooey look good on camera can be tricky. Take a look at these tips and tricks to up your food photography game. I love baked goods! They are my favorite thing to eat and take pictures of. However, sometimes taking a picture of a muffin or...
Outdoor Product Photography

Outdoor Product Photography

Some of the best props and backgrounds for product photography are found outdoors. When I think of outdoor photos, generally I think of landscape or portraits. However, sometimes when taking shots of products all you need to do is get outside and use a little...