March 9, 2017

Lifestyle Photography as Good Pizza – The Life in Your Years Photography

Happy Thursday!  I’ve been thinking about blogging lately.  I do it all the time, with varying frequency and depth.  Sometimes, an idea buzzes around inside my head and I sit down and write a big long post about it.  This can take hours as I find the right words, edit and re-edit.  Other times,  I just want to show you some pretty pictures, and I do that with a couple of words about the featured family.  Both of these, to me, are good.  But in both cases, those blog posts gradually travel further and further down the roll, until they’re completely buried.  For the posts that took real time and still ring true, that’s starting to make me feel a little sad.  For me, and for the lovely posts.  😉  I mean, I’m nearly seven years into this blogging thing, and there really are some buried nuggets!  So! Introducing …. LYYP Throw Back Thursday!  The plan is to pop in here on Thursdays and share an old post that I’d like for you to see.  Give it another moment in the sun.  I hope you like it.  We’re starting with a family that’s been with me since this darling was brand new, and who has now grown by one.  Working on their session back in March of 2014 inspired me to opine about the definition of lifestyle photography, and ultimately, to analogize it to a good pizza.  Here we go … (click on the link at the bottom to continue reading, if you like, and you can see this awesome (larger by 25%) family’s most recent session HERE). …………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Every once on a while, a session gets me thinking about what “lifestyle photography” is, and how my photos fit into the definition.   It’s a term that’s being used a lot these days, but its definition in practice can be as varied as the personalities of the photographers purporting to…

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