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Southie Beach Session | Boston Family Photographer

Is this a Southie Beach or South Beach, Miami? If I didn’t know any better, I would think this adorable family is strolling the shores of South Florida. Au contraire! This Southie Beach is right down the street from their townhome in South Boston and I am uber jealous that this is literally their “backyard”....

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    Consider An At-Home Session | Boston Family Photographer

    When clients think about booking family photos, an at-home session is not always a consideration. When taking family photos comes to your mind, where do you usually picture them? A pretty park? On the beach at sunset? A cool urban location? Very few people consider their own home as a perfect backdrop. I’m here to...

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      Lifestyle Photography Versus Documentary | Framingham Photographer

      Lifestyle photography has become a common term for family photographers recently. But how exactly does it differ from documentary photography? Documentary photography was once reserved for photojournalists covering significant historic events. Recently the genre has made its way to family photographers who aim to capture the realness of every day life. Lifestyle photography is sort...

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      • As always, gorgeous images Linday! And I love the location too!ReplyCancel

      • What a BEAUTIFUL session and I loved the one of Dad balancing the kids! ReplyCancel

      • This is a fantastic session! Love how you incorporated documenteay elements to really tell their story. ReplyCancel

      • Kristie

        Great topic and photography!!ReplyCancel

      • Love these images, and your words! So cool that you modified your usual style to meet the family’s vision!ReplyCancel

      • Sara cox

        What s beautiful and fun family! Love the topic, so important for photographers to truly understand what families are looking for. Love these images!!ReplyCancel

      Photographing An Active Toddler | Metro-West Family Photographer

      An Active Toddler Can Present A Challenge To Family Photographers Entering into my fifth year in business as a family photographer in Metro-West Boston, I can confidently say that some ages of kids are more challenging than others. While you might guess that a moody two year old would be the hardest, I disagree! I...

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        Achieving A Natural Photo Style | Concord Family Photographer

        When families inquire regarding booking a session with me, I love hearing what attracted them to my portfolio! Nine times out of ten, it’s my ‘natural photo style’. Potential and current clients often tell me that they want that un-posed, candid, natural photo style that my work reflects. I am here to let you in...

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        • I don’t even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was great.

          I don’t know who you are but certainly you are going to a famous blogger if you are not already 😉 Cheers!ReplyCancel

        Tips For Finding A Good Photo Location | Boston Family Photographer

        In real estate and in photography, it’s all about location, location, location. One of the most talked about subjects between photographers, aside from weather, is locations for outdoor family photo sessions. To the average person, it may seem like no big deal to find a good photo location. In actuality, it’s very difficult. The logistics...

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        • Figuring out where the sun is going to set so that it’s filtered in the beginning, then not obstructed during golden hour. I do a lot at the beach and that is so hard!ReplyCancel

        • Figuring out a place with filters light + open field. I often have clients wanting to shoot at the beach and that is so tricky!!ReplyCancel

          • It’s very hard! The beach is one of those locations where I know going in that there is ZERO opportunity for filtered light so I am very strict with shooting AT golden hour, not at all before.ReplyCancel

        Golden Hour Tips for Photographers | Boston Family Photography

        5 Tips For Shooting During Golden Hour One of the first things you learn as a new photographer is that the coveted ‘golden hour’ is that magical time when all photos you take come out beautiful. Right? Sort of. The truth is that getting good shots during golden hour is easier said than done. What...

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        Sunrise Session in The City | Boston Family Photography

        Have you ever considered a sunrise photography session? I have spoken in the past about the benefits of booking a sunrise session over a sunset session. Often, families with small children are waking when the sun rises anyways. Their children are chipper and happy (much to their dismay) at that 6:00AM hour…much more so than...

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          Spring Bloom Family Photography Sessions in Boston

          Do you have a favorite season for family photographs? For many Boston families, the Spring bloom time is ideal. When families consider when to get their yearly photos taken, Autumn is often at the forefront of their minds. Fall in New England is pretty famous for its beautiful foliage. Because of leaf-peeping fame, Spring in...

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            Which Camera Lens Is Best? | Family Photography Boston

            Why Do You Have More Than One Camera Lens Anyways? This is a question I am often asked by clients and even more often by my husband (usually when I am pining over purchasing another camera lens). The truth is, there is no “right” answer. Some photographers use only one lens and others use many...

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