Moss Family - Fall Day at the Farm

Oftentimes, when I mention documentary photography, people automatically assume that they won't get that family photo of everyone looking at the camera. Trust me, I always find a way to naturally fit those in. As much as I love and have a passion for documentary, I also understand the importance of posed photos as well. What I love about incorporating posed photos into documentary, is that it's typically much more attainable than forcing everyone to sit still for an hour. And don't worry, if you don't want posed that's also still an option!

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The 2017 Eclipse - Proof for My Kids

I will admit, when I first heard about the eclipse I shrugged it off. We don't need special glasses. We don't need some homemade projection box. My kids are too young to care anyway. Then a couple weeks prior, I decided that maaayyybe it was kinda cool and maaayyybe I'll just take a few photos of me and the kids while the light outside changes. That's a solid plan. No headaches about trying to figure out how to view this thing...because good Lord don't look at it or you'll die

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Saving a Story - Our Bedtime "Routine"

I recently participated in a photography project with focus on saving a particular story. Something that I would want preserved in photos forever. Of course as a mom, I knew it would involve my kids. They are growing so fast and I'm realizing that any day could be the day of "lasts". The last time my oldest wants to even take baths. The last time my youngest will be lied down in his crib. The last time that I will get individual time with them before bed. So before I let those days of "lasts" creep up on me, I decided to preserve them.

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