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Is your photographer legal?

Is your photographer legal? Are you the photographer? Are you legal?Like, why is that a question or better yet why is it important?And, how do you find out? If you are a photographer and you are charging for your services YOU. MUST. BE. A. LEGAL. BUSINESS.  (And no, having a Facebook page doesn’t make you legal.)...

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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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      Cropping Chart

      Have you received a digital image disk from me or another photographer and went to print your images only to find out the popular sizes cropped your image funny? The image that come out of my camera as well as most all other cameras are in a 2:3 ratio meaning that a standard 4×6 print...

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        Displaying your Images!

        Displaying your Images! So you had your session and now your images are ready to be viewed… YAY!!!! But what do you do with them? Let’s talk about displaying your images! I want you to PRINT PRINT PRINT!! 🙂 I offer a variety of package options for prints! Al a carte canvas, wall displays, albums,...

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        • Caylen GalliniDisplaying your images is so important! Displaying pictures on your walls boosts your children’s self esteem, gives them a greater sense of belonging! And it makes you smile when you see them!ReplyCancel

        4th of July!

        4th OF JULY! This is our last 4th of July in Okinawa, we’ve been celebrating the independence of our country here since 2010! Its bittersweet to think about, and to have our festivities canceled this year makes it a little bit on the sour side. We are doing our own little thing at the house...

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        • MelanieWow, such an informative post. P.S. Your improvement over the years is amazing.ReplyCancel

          • CandaceThank you!! I wasn’t trying to see/post my improvement, it just so happened to be apparent in this post! Point and shoot to a DSLR. 🙂ReplyCancel

        • CaseyI love the improvement and such great tips!!!ReplyCancel

          • CandaceThank you! There was certainly growth in my photography skills over the years! 😉ReplyCancel

        • Caylen Gallini4th of July! I love your Okinawa sparkler writing! 🙂 fireworks are a favorite of mine!ReplyCancel

        • ErinThese are amazing! And great tips!!ReplyCancel