A darling family is featured today on an inspirational publication, Beloved Darling. It’s perfectly titled, right?!! Oh, I am so happy!!!
Don’t miss Millo’s interview at the bottom.
If you want to read this on their site and want a dose of inspiration, go to Beloved Darling here!
Photography Awesomesauce is a website dedicated to photographers who want to continue learning the craft.
I am honored that they chose my Mount Diablo Lifestyle Family shoot to be published in this month’s “Inspiration Dose” to other photographers! W.O.W.
It is also refreshing to see these photos again because I took them just before the large wildfire that destroyed much of this amazing park. Now, there is over 3,100 acres of ash!
About to head on a field trip with one of my monkey’s class, but first, I had to share some more good news!
Denim + Grace just featured one of my recent shoots that I took at Coyote Point. The editor at Denim + Grace probably fell in love with these little girls as instantly as I did!
I didn’t pull the entire article because it’s long (YAY!) and would take a long time to load on your computer (BOO! HISS!), so click here to see the entire article!
My latest article for DPS was just published! I’m gonna do a flying side kick… KI-YA!!!! So excited.
Click here to read the article on the DPS website. If you haven’t checked out this website yet, you should. There are TONS of great info there — and some cool writers too.
Cool beans, baby!
I just found out I was selected to be in the Photography Showcase section of Baby Lifestyles magazine!
My photo they selected is on page 40,987,554 (okay it’s page 77, below left).
Appropriately named, The Pretty Blog is one of THE prettiest online magazines I’ve seen to date! Have you seen it? W.O.W.
To say that I am giddy with excitement (and secretly doing the happy dance) since seeing my work featured on their blog today is an understatement. Someone pinch me.
I still bounce between feeling proud and excited with feeling embarrassed and humbled when my work is published. I think this stems from my childhood because growing up in a traditional Asian family taught me that gloating is egotistical and bad.
Heck. I’m not all that traditional.
The editor of The Photographer’s Dream House, Jackie Boldt, has such a touching story about why she started a business to help other photographers that I could only give an emphatic “YES!” when she asked me to write an article for her site. To be a part of her mission is an honor!
In case you’ve never heard of it before, The Photographer’s Dream House is a fantastic resource for Starting-out Pros and also Pros who need a little kick in the pants when it comes to business or inspiration, which is probably all of us from time-to-time. Am I right?!!
Below is my article that took a gazillion edits because I have so much to say, but wanted the article to be reasonable in size. If you find that you have a follow up question, please don’t hesitate to ask. Just put it in the Comments section of the blog post, so others can read the Q and A as well.
Happy Monday, everyone! xoxo
I have another feature in The Indie Tot, a beeeeeautiful online publication for families with little ones.
This time, they published my rainy day shoot, which goes to show that you can have a nice shoot even in wet weather. Yea baby!
What a great honor it is to have my work published in the sophisticated publication, The Indie Tot!
I love their tagline: Celebrating Life with Little Ones. That is exactly what I love to capture in my Lifestyle Photography sessions with families!