I haven’t always been business minded. In fact, photography wasn’t something I even considered making money off of until two years after I bought my first DSLR. For me, photography is a passion that turned into a dream, and a dream that turned into a business.
Side hustles are becoming more common especially among college age students. Everyone is looking for extra ways to make some cash or turning passion projects into profit. But the question is, how do you even get started? Here’s how it went for me!
You’re getting married! And to kick things off, you’re doing an engagement session to celebrate this special season of life, get some photos for your save the dates cards, and show off that pretty ring!
If you’re like me, you spend close to an hour trying on different tops and bottoms, dresses, sweaters and mixing and matching those combinations to come up with the perfect look. I’m indecisive as heck too— I get it.
As a photographer, I know what photographs well and I’m here to let you in on all the info so you can forget...
Have you ever wanted to go location scouting without dishing out the gas money? I've done the heavy lifting for you and compiled a list of seven of my favorite locations for engagement photoshoots in Lakeland, Florida.
If you're new here, hey! My name is Grace and I shoot engagements, weddings and bloggers in central Florida (mainly Tampa, St. Pete, Lakeland + Orlando). My many engagement session adventures have opened my eyes to some of Swan City's finest photo spots, and I'm here to share all of that with you!
The question I'm asked most often is what camera gear I use. So, here it is! A complete list of all the equipment I use to make the magic happen!
Canon 5D Mark III
My camera body and the star of the show! I call it a beast because it's pretty bulky and heavy, but I will gladly continue to carry it around as long as it keeps helping me create such pretty images! This camera has dual card slots meaning it writes information to two memory cards. This means, if one were to ever corrupt, I have a backup of all of your images!