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Getting a good photo of your pet can be challenging. Especially if they don’t speak English like my dog Apple does (only kinda joking). Here are three tips for taking better photos of your pet: Go to where the light is best. Good lighting in photography is everything and you will hear me repeat it […]
Ten minutes for wedding portraits, no problem! It was the theme for these two who fell quickly in love and wasted no time sharing it. Falling in love (and outdoor Canadian winter portrait sessions!) can happen so quickly when you think about it, and for these two high school mates, they found themselves back at […]
Her email read: Hey Kelly! Right now I’m struggling to quickly find the settings appropriate for different lighting situations. I can usually get them (eventually) but I feel like my little subjects (i.e. my 4 and 6-year-old kids) lose interest by the time I’m ready, lol…. That, and I need to learn Lightroom better. >>>Such […]
I have photographed so many people in so many different settings. Sometimes I find myself in a very controlled, cool calm and collected studio setting, other times in unfamiliar environments, and more often in the hullaballoo of a fast-paced, emotionally charged wedding day. And, while the circumstances and the overall environment can vary, there are a […]
They did their first school project together in grade 8. They have the same name. They competed with each other for the highest grade in high school. They spent late nights at the campus library together studying medicine. They will become doctors together. He looks at her as if she is the only human in […]
I was like a kid on Christmas morning when the latest issue of The Maritime Edit had arrived in our mailbox. I couldn’t wait to get home and read that thing from start to finish. This magazine is an incredible resource for east coast Canadians and fans of the east coast of Canada. Inside you’ll see […]
This is Felice. She’s a culinary teacher, recipe creator, and private caterer. On the side, she works at the Robertson in Rothesay, and she’s currently pursuing her Interprovincial Certification as a chef. She is by all definitions a total GIRL. BOSS. Obviously, I needed to ask her some questions because, inspiration for days! Me: Felice, what are […]
I have photographed more people than I can count, and like anything, the process can be very repetitive. It goes something like this. Set up camera, enter photo subject, position subject, snap photos, show subject the photos, cue photo subject’s self-deprecation monologue. Next, the photo subject is back in front of the camera, pointing his […]
From the moment I met Jenny ten years ago, I knew we were kindred spirits. I mean, she loves living in Saint John new Brunswick, she has a special place in her heart for all things furry and an obvious passion for photography. Her romance with her surroundings: her world and the people and things in […]
It is a rare gift when a photographer finds herself before a naturally affectionate and photogenic couple (or family) for a portrait session. If this happens, be sure to give a silent thank you to the Photography Gods and carry on snapping away. If you’ve been photographing people (regular everyday people, not trained models), by […]