Just a normal afternoon {Real life family photographer | Tampa, FL}

Our lives are fluid, ever changing, but sometimes those changes are bigger than others. Imagine if you could bottle up what your life is life right now before the next wave of change settles in. What if you could stop time for a few minutes, take a picture of what your life is like right now and then bottle it up to look back on? I am not talking a...
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Friday Morning Fun at Alafia River State Park { Real Life Family Photographer | Lithia, FL}

What does your family do for fun together? Are you the board game family that spends evenings around the table? Do you hike together or hit the waves? Maybe you all like to curl up on the couch and read a book together? This family rides bikes together. When they aren't training for another triathlon, they are riding the trails in the woods. Mount...
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Getting ready for the storm. Hurricane Irma {Real life photographer | Tampa, FL}

A storm is coming. Not just any storm, but a category 5 hurricane so far recorded as one of the largest storms ever to grace the Atlantic ocean. I am born and raised true Floridian. A Florida Cracker. Storms don't scare me. We don't live in a flood zone, or near the coast. I do worry about the winds. We live under like 16 huge oak trees that at an...
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Am I the right one? {Documentary Real Life Photographer | Tampa, FL}

In today's photography world there are so many choices. Choices in photographers, choices in types of photography, different editing styles, the list goes on. How do you choose the right one? Is a documentary photographer right for you, would you rather more of a lifestyle session or maybe a posed session is more your style? OR maybe like 90% of th...
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The Dreaded Back To School Shopping {Real Life Family Photographer | Tampa, FL}

Back to school shopping, the annual trek to the mall (or where ever you do your shopping). Buying clothes that we know will stay stain free for less than one week and that they will out grow in two. We take them shopping with us because we know if we come home with clothes it decreases the chance of them actually wanting to wear said clothes by 124...
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