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!
I am super excited to be published in La Petite Peach!
What an honor to be among the fab photographers featured on this exclusive publication. Still in awe. W.O.W.
Awwww…and I love their Facebook comment about the feature too.
People often ask me, “How do you get the background to blur?” and “How do you make the person stand out in the photo like that?”
So I wrote this article for those who want to know!
It’s an elementary article for those just starting out with DSLRs and want to learn how to take better portraits. It’s not meant for the technical photography guru.
People sometimes underestimate the difficulty of photographing children, especially the toddler and preteen ages. One of the many challenges Children Photographers can face is having a shy subject.
Here is a recent article I wrote for DPS (Digital Photography School) to help with the shyness problem you may encounter. Hope it helps!
To read the article on DPS, click here.
[Side Note: Sorry for the typo in the article. I wrote this article at night before heading out on vacation. I knew it wasn't "perfect", but I thought it could help more people if I submitted it earlier than later since I would be out-of-town for awhile. I want to thank ALL of you who wrote comments and sent messages with positive notes about how the article helped them (instead of pointing out my typo -- boo!) because that's what keeps me inspired to write more! xo, annie]
Adore With Delight, a bridal inspiration magazine, published my photos from Ria and Jose’s wedding today! Sa-weet!
I recently discovered this online magazine and am really impressed. The photography is fresh and modern. There’s even a section on Color Palettes, which is so fun to look at. Color Palettes are not just good for wedding planning, but also for business marketing purposes and client outfit color schemes. You should check it out, if you haven’t already.
Here is page 1 of my feature…
Congratulations, Ria and Jose!
Who is ready for Summer? Me! Me! Me!
Digital Photography School (DPS) just published my article about how to make the most of your Summer! Before you head out on a trip, you may want to read these tips first.
Here is page 1:
This is not an end-all list. It’s just my list.
I hope it will at least help some starting-out pros in creating their own list!
My Tamron interview came out today!
I am over the moon when anyone wants to interview me. Little ‘ol me!!!
But, uh… I feel weird reading about myself. I think it’s the same reason why I prefer to be behind the camera than in front of it. So let me know how it is!