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Hiring a Newborn Photographer | Davis County UT Photographer

So you’re hiring a newborn photographer? Let’s face it, newborns are adorable. (Almost all the time! Unless a dirty diaper is involved.) Newborns posed in photographs are also super adorable.  But you just had a baby and you. are. exhausted. I know, I’ve been there too. One baby is super tiring, but two newborns, thats...

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Just Like Me – A MFA Photography Thesis

In May 2017 I graduated from the Academy of Art University with a Masters of Fine Arts in Photography. The entire program was a labor of love. A 5 year labor of love that I would not change for anything.  Earning a Masters Degree in Photography was in no way to validate me as a...

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Candace Castor Photography Studio | Sunset Utah Portrait Studio

I am so thrilled to announce Candace Castor Photography now has STUDIO space!! Located on Main Street in Sunset Utah.   This space is something out of a dream, and boy was I daydreaming when I walked in to tour the space and talk details. Can we just take a moment to appreciate the abundance of...

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My ‘Why’ | Northern Utah Photographer

Why? Why am I a photographer? Simply put, I suck at expressing myself in all other art forms. I cannot draw or paint to save my life. It takes a lot out of me to write and craft, but it comes out decent. Photography comes naturally with ease. I remember in my high school ceramics...

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Mountain Top Maternity | Northern Utah Photographer

Mountains are gorgeous aren’t they? Growing up in Northern Utah, surrounded by the Rockies and the Wasatch Front which were constantly snow capped I never truly appreciated them. We used the mountains more so for directions; “head towards the mountains and then turn left” is usually how it went. I don’t care for snow, therefore...

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