Shooting in a client’s home, in a space where they live, work, and play; a place where coffee and pancakes are made, where love is shared, and where so many memories are created, is really a one-of-a-kind experience, but even more so after the birth of a child. I love that this is the trend […]

Lifestyle

January 6, 2020

In-Home Newborn Photography: One Location, 10 Different Poses, 10 Minutes

Past Reset attendee Sarah Morgan is our guest blogger today, encouraging our readers to give lifestyle photography a try. She has a list of practical tips to share! The perfectly imperfect life. Some days feel like a tornado. Rushing around to get to the school bus in time, making sure lunches are packed, finding something […]

Lifestyle

October 23, 2019

Take the Leap Into Lifestyle Photography

Allison Ewing is a wedding & lifestyle photographer and certified yoga teacher in Cleveland, Ohio. After dealing with anxiety for years, she turned to yoga to find some relief. Not only did she find the relief she desperately needed, but she also found a desire to spread mindfulness and self-care to others through yoga. Allison […]

Lifestyle

October 20, 2019

6 Yoga Poses for Photographers

We’ve all been there — comparing ourselves and our work to our competition, our friends, Instagram feeds, celebrities, etc.  Cinnamon Wolfe shares with us some ways we can put into practice to avoid the age-old comparison trap. 5 ACTIONABLE WAYS TO AVOID THE COMPARISON TRAP You’ve seen the quotes written in flowery or calligraphy-ied (is […]

Business, Lifestyle

February 19, 2018

5 Actionable Ways to Avoid the Comparison Trap | Cinnamon Wolfe

look how far you have come in photography

Emily Moore will be speaking at Reset 2018 on the topic of Finding Your Identity.  She is the owner, writer and videographer for Moore Media Group, and she also writes on her blog at One Moore Emily.  We are excited to learn from her in April 2018!   I’ve never felt like a runner. Not […]

Lifestyle, Speakers

December 8, 2017

I Am Not a Runner | Emily Moore

blog writer Emily Moore