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Never Say Cheese, and Other Lessons in Candid Photography of Children

I like my camera candid -– real life and unexpected moments -- which is why I love working with kids. But sometimes unexpected means a baby that doesn’t want to be put down. Or a three year old who has decided a “smile” is a painfully over the top toothy grin. With jazz hands. Or maybe no jazz hands and just a scowl that says, “No pictures.” We all have hang-ups about having our photos taken. At any age. So, here are a few tips and tricks to help you capture the little moments with as few tears as possible....more
such great tips, thank so much :)more

{guest blog} how YOU can fabulously photograph your kids.

i am SO CRAZILY excited to share with you that to the moon n back has it’s first guest blog! in the fall i packed the kids up for what should have been an hour and a half trek to south western new hampshire. to get photographed by a super duper talented photographer, kate preftakes. road closures, traffic jams and three + hours later we arrived. saturated in gold fish crumbs, juicy juice and puffy non-napped eyes....more

Capturing Traditions

This holiday season brings out so many much loved traditions. Most families have unique activities, foods, decorations and music that makes this season so special and individualized to our families. (Obviously, right?)I have been thinking about this a lot lately. This is the first Christmas in my entire married life - that's 11 years, folks- where we will be home for that day. I want to make it special for my family and to be honest, I'm a little bit intimidated. I am just not sure where to start. ...more