Category Archives: Momtography

7 Photos to Take Before the End of Summer

Have the back to school sales and earlier sunsets got you thinking about the end of summer? Summer isn’t over yet, but I see the end coming. Before we wrap up this glorious (or hellish, however you see it) season, take time to capture a few more pictures. Stuck for ideas? Get started here. 1….

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Momtography Connecticut West: A Conversation with Kristen Hines Baker

This season on the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of moms and women who are balancing daily life, motherhood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are women who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing…

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Momtography Connecticut East: A Conversation with Sarah Cruz

This season on the Recapture Self podcast it’s our intention to give you a peek at the lives of moms and women who are balancing daily life, motherhood, and a commitment to their creative selves. These are women who are making time and space for their passion projects whether that be writing a book, designing…

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Monday Momtographer: Our Best Phone Photo Tips

Todays post is brought to you by Recapture Self Community Manager + Montography Mentor, Jen Doolittle The beauty of using your phone to take pictures is that it’s always nearby and easy to practice with. I like to encourage people to notice the details – what objects are significant right now, how does the light…

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How I Healed My Anxiety through Photography

What if you had a magic wand to give you more confidence and pull you past anxiety? I’ve lived with anxiety most of my life. I still do, and over time one of the best tools I’ve found for getting past it came as a surprise. My camera helped me get past my own anxiety…

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You Have Amazing Photos Right in Your Pocket

When I started learning about photography—and when I started teaching Momtography®—I was focused on my DSLR camera. I wanted to know how to use it beyond the auto setting. I wanted to know how to set up a good picture and play with light. I wanted to know the technical stuff behind good photos and…

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