Daughter Archives - Dangerously Good Stories

Photographer Dreama Spence said, “In the work of photography, it’s easy to get bombarded with ideas from everyone else. My goal has always been to be my own self. DOCUMENTARY IS VERY PERSONAL. To dig deep and think about a feeling or story, THEN choose when to click the shutter has been very freeing + […]

Two Ways to Leverage Old Stories That Linger in Your Life

In the first seconds, I saw this image, the thought that crossed my mind was, “I’ve so been there.” As a parent of two toddlers, specifically one little boy that has had over a dozen ear infections, I’ve seen this scene more than I’d like to count. I love Rachel’s perspective on photographing the non-happy moments… […]

Photographing the Tired, Sick, and Vulnerable

Have you ever thought, “I should get my camera and take a picture of this moment?” But you don’t… …and you regret it the minute the moment passes? You try to hold that spot – that bright, shining memory – in your mind. But years, weeks, even days later, you forget. If only you had […]

Photographing Your Kids’ First Experiences at the Dentist

Thrilled to share our first ever reader story! Kari Phelan so sweetly went out of her way to send in photos + a little note about how she’s been practicing documentary photography daily since reading some of our products. Seeing her photos made me feel so much pride and joy in F&F and what we’re doing […]

Thoughts on Making Pictures During Chaos at Home

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