Molly {senior session}

So I know it’s been forever since I’ve posted! I’ve been so busy, it’s ridiculous, but don’t worry, I’ve got lots of great photos to share in a series of posts. I haven’t felt the desire to write a whole lot lately, but with time I’m sure this blog will be all caught up. 😉 For now, let’s both squeal over these photos of MOLLLYYYY! She’s one of my bestest bestest friends, and I am beyond blessed to know her. I got to do her senior photos while we were up by the lake for cross-country camp. She’s so beautiful, inside and out, and my camera just loves her face, as these photos show! So without further ado, Molly!


Lately {photo essay}

I’m gonna tell you up front: this post is totally random and the photos don’t have anything to do with each other. But, it seems like that’s maybe the best kind? Anyways, here are a bunch of pretty photos smashed together into what I get away with calling a “photo essay”.


How To Edit A Photo Session In Under An Hour

Let’s just say it flat-out: photo editing is AMAZING. With all of the apps, programs, filters, overlays, and technology we have now, it’s easier than ever to get that perfect edit on your photos. However, when you take a photo session of, say, 200+ photos to sort through and apply beautiful filters, do skin touch-ups, and prepare for web, YIKES it gets time-consuming. With programs like Lightroom, it’s becoming easier, but what if you’re a cheapskate like me? I’ve got an efficient and FREE system perfected, and I’ll share it in this post.