The Beauty of a 35 mm Lens for a Mom With a Camera

The Beauty of a 35 mm Lens for a Mom With a Camera

It’s all messy. The hair, the bed, the heart … LIFE   As a portrait photographer,  I have had a love/hate relationship with a 35 mm. A 35 mm is not, in my opinion, the best portrait lens. It can cause facial and body dissertations which are really unflattering. I was always after the “portrait.” I really love portraits, but enjoyed seeing the wide vastness of life through the eye of a 35 as I scanned through Instagram. Yet, it seemed foreign to me.  It should feel...
She looks like a lady

She looks like a lady

It won’t be long before she is driving, getting a job, and thinking about boyfriends… yikes. Childhood happens way too fast. But I can’t help but see this emerging beauty. Every day I see this little girl and want to hold on to the images of her sweet smile and easy going ways. I kind of feel like parenting is a bit of a tug of war. We so want our kids to be independent and dependent all at the same time. We want to see them experience new things and have nothing ever change....
Starting over: Our Transition to Sony and Zeiss

Starting over: Our Transition to Sony and Zeiss

“Do not wait until the conditions are perfect to begin. Beginning makes the conditions perfect.” Alan Cohen For over ten years we have been both shooting with Canon. When you first start off in photography and buy a camera, you are buying into an entire system. You start buying lenses for your camera, flashes, and all of the accessories specific to your system.  We were both heavily invested and the thought of changing to another system was a bit overwhelming. I have yet to meet a...

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