Posts tagged Documentary Photography
Lessons Learned: When Risk Pays Off

Risk has been something I’ve avoided at all cost for a large portion of my life. I really, really dislike it, it was always too scary for me. But 3 years ago, in attempt to push myself and try new things, I decided to enter a photography contest. It’s free, but it’s a gigantic contest. This year, there were over 500,000 images entered. That’s a HUGE number of photographs!!

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Trimming the Tree: Sixty Seconds of Motion

I think we can all agree, there are usually two kinds of people in the world: those who play Christmas music year ‘round and those who think it should only be heard between Thanksgiving and New Years. I know several people from both camps and, while I can see it from both sides (and honestly go back and forth myself on which I prefer), this year I was excited for the “socially acceptable” time.

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Nature Walks: Sixty Seconds of Motion

I am super-excited to share a new project with you today and a challenge I’m taking part in. I have been studying and creating Documentary Family Films since last April and I finally have one to share with you today. I’ve been obsessed for years now with capturing pieces of our every day and my daughter’s childhood. Creating these films allows me to preserve our memories in ways photographs just don’t quite capture.

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