Category Archives: Inspiration

Snapshot Studio: your guests, our camera

It’s not an old-fashioned photo booth and it doesn’t pretend to be. Think of it as a portrait station- a place where guests can go to take their own photos. It’s a great way to document everyone that was at the wedding without doing boring table shots or grab and grins. You get great photos...

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Advice for DC Wedding Planning

I’m not sure if it’s because I’m turning 40 this year, but recently I find myself looking back on all the experiences I have had as a photographer and thinking I’ve got some great stories to share. Ten years in the newspaper business is a sitcom/tv drama series in itself and maybe someday I’ll get...

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Inspiration: Your personal recipe

Last February, I taught at the Foundation Workshop. It’s a rough workshop with little sleep and lots of emotion- but rough in a good way. The teachers and faculty there are fiercely dedicated to making an experience for the students that is beyond any other workshop I’ve seen out there. There’s an impressive list of...

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Seeking Inspiration

A topic I’d like to discuss regularly here is inspiration. Where does it come from? How do we find it? Why does it elude us? As a creative person on a creative journey, I am constantly seeking new inspiration. Sometimes it comes to me without looking and other times I feel the emptiness and need...

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Inspiration and other reasons for shooting engagement photos

I was reminded of the reasons why I included an engagement session as part of full wedding coverage on Wednesday. Erin and Chris are having an amazing wedding in about a month and they are very excited about it. Now I am too because I’ve had a chance to get to know them and I...

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