Category Archives: Advice

Vermont Forest Wedding – Behind The Scenes

Behind the Scenes: I don’t know about you, but I LOOOVE getting a glimpse of how any artisan “makes their stuff.” One of my best friends is a blacksmith, and I could watch him hammer glowing metal for hours. In that spirit, I thought I would share this “behind the scenes” glimpse from a totally…

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Overcast Skies :: Vermont Weddings

I interrupt your regular programming for a quick announcement.  EVERYONE wants a bluebird day for their wedding; crystalline blue skies and a bright, warm, orange sun…I get it.  I just wanted to take a second to show you why your wedding photographer does a happy dance when the sky is overcast… Check it out: How…

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Destination Maternity Shoot at Red Rocks Park

Paul and Rebekah have given me some seriously wonderful photographic opportunities, and since they are expecting their first child in less than 6 weeks, I leapt at the chance to fly to Colorado to do a maternity photoshoot with them. I knew as soon as the opportunity arose that I wanted to feature Rebekah in the naturally…

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The Art of Forethought :: Advice For Photophiles Planning their Vermont Wedding Day

There is something undeniably fairy-tale about a wedding.  The romance, the pomp and circumstance, the dress, the first dance, these all point towards bigger themes of union, and the beginning of an adventure. I want to catch that magic in a bottle for you, but I need more of your time. I have the plans,…

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Say Cheese, Part Two: What to Do With this Body of Mine? :: Vermont Portrait Photographer

Hello again and welcome back!  This is the second installment in my “how to take better photos with your friends” series.  It’s mainly geared toward women, though some of these tips are universal, as you’ll see when I do my third installment for the guys later on. Before I begin, let me post a quick…

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