Ah, another summer over and the air hums with the excited trepidation of starting a new school year. It’s a feeling that’s hard to shake, even as an adult. And whether you’ve finished or haven’t given a second thought to back-to-school shopping, it’s helpful to have a few books in your back pocket to gently address the recurring worries most children face when starting a new school year.
I think every wedding photographer should have a “shot list” a week before their wedding session. I also believe it is very important to have a conversation with your clients about specific images and “their must-have shots” outside of your must-have shots. This helps set the expectations and clear up any confusion post-event as well. Read More “The Must-Have Shots on Your Wedding Day – Part 1”
You’ve read all of the must-have shots leading up to your big moment (if you haven’t seen it yet, catch up here!). Now we come to the ceremony. I get as many details of the site as possible.
While my husband and I love to look at our wedding album and re-live those moments we shared with family and friends on that day, we have one regret: we opted not to have engagement photos made. I know! A wedding photographer who didn’t have an engagement session! Who am I?!
Youth sport coaches volunteer months of their time to help the children of the community become more active, learn to work as a team and improve their knowledge of the sport. Each year, children are eager to participate in their new favorite sport. And often times, some of the best family moments are created throughout these seasons.
Going to Disney World can either be a very stressful, overwhelming, exhausting process or a fun and magical vacation… it’s up to you! On June 30th, I took over Pinhole Press’s Instagram. I was there with my husband and almost two-year-old, 6 months pregnant, it was in the 90s, pretty crowded, thunderstorms rolling in early afternoon… and we had an amazing day!!
It’s safe to say that here at Pinhole Press, we’ve made a few photo books in our day. Learn from our collective 20+ years of photo experience to see how easily and quickly you can make the best photo books to remember your travels.
Let’s make today the most colorful day of the year.
The only good part about coming home from your Disney World trip (well, besides sleeping in your own bed again!) is getting to see those beautiful memories you made printed in a photo album.