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Have you ever looked at a photograph of your newly engaged friends thought, “man, I’ve never seen them look like that?!” Maybe it’s a friend wearing a suit when he’s clearly a shorts and t-shirt kind of guy. Maybe it was a girlfriend sitting daintily in a park, when you know she’d rather be hiking. Maybe […]

Engagement Photography That Speaks To Your Heart

I’ve been slightly reluctant to write this blog, as I’ve had some trouble compiling my thoughts. You see, I just feel like my words could NEVER do this evening justice. Pure magic was in the air. I was greeted with smiles in the lobby as I finally had the opportunity to meet Cindy. We took […]

Sixty Years of No Regrets: Photographing an Anniversary Party

“Just take the pictures.”   That’s what my husband kept telling me. For over a year, I’d kept saying how I’d love to shoot documentary photographs of some of the people in our small town. We’d drive by, see someone on the street, and my heart would skip a beat, because I knew what their […]

Souls of a Small Town: A Personal Photography Project

After working extremely hard for over thirty years, both of my parents retired this year. As a personal project, I followed them around for a couple hours to document what retired life is all about for them. My dad is a lover of all art. He has a workshop in the backyard in which he […]

Documenting Retired Life: A Personal Photo Project from Jen Faith Brown

When Marie of Fearless and Framed said she noticed that documentary photographers aren’t generating a ton of images with adult interactions, I wholeheartedly agreed. People love children in all of their raw and beautiful glory. We’re drawn to their cute expressions and the way they see the world with such wonder. We hope that by taking photos […]

Document People Around You, Not Just the Kids

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