Photo Wall Display-Symmetry


I love a good gallery wall. I love all the asymmetrical displays I see gracing the pins on my Pinterest feed. I even tried a few configurations in my home….but they just felt wrong to me. I am such a huge fan of symmetry. It makes me heart sing. My pride and joy is this […]

Lensbaby Sweet 50 Optic Review + Tips


Lensbaby sent me their newest optic that was released this month, the Sweet 50 Optic, in exchange for a review.  I of course was so excited for the opportunity and I couldn’t wait to try it out!  I’ve been playing around with it for a few weeks and I want to share with you what I’ve learned, along […]

Critique Me – Melissa at Unique Impressions by Melissa


Remember: -Read How to Critique a Photo -Make a critique sandwich – something positive, something you would have done differently, something positive -My rule: no improvement tip = deleted comment -This will benefit the person leaving the photo critique just as much if not more than the person receiving the critique. -If you would like […]

5 Tips for Photographing an Older Only Child

How to photograph an older only child via Click it Up a Notch

*Post contains affiliate. There are tons of tips for photographing your family, siblings, and younger kids both in lifestyle and posed sessions. But sometimes I feel stuck for ways to get creative shooting my only (and slightly older) child. Here are some tips that I use to help me out of a shooting rut. 1. […]

Street Photography Photo Walk – Click Away

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I had the honor and pleasure at speaking at Click Away in September. First let me say, the conference was AMAZING. I left so inspired! That was exactly what I needed. Listening to the Keynote speakers and the instructors filled my soul. Besides speaking, I got to lead a street photography photo walk. Man, did […]