Artist Spotlight - Twlya Jones
"You never know which prompts are going to work best before you arrive to a shoot, so I’ve found the Show Me Your Prompts to be wonderful inspiration for when I’m in the moment; channeling the thoughts and feelings I wish to convey during the shoot."Read more
Artist Spotlight - Free Folk Natives
"To be yourself and put people first. Take the time to get to know your clients and build friendships. Ask questions. Don’t just have a list of cookie cutter poses for every client or expect every client to react the same way. Get a good read on your clients and their unique love for one another. Some people may be suited for fun + playful poses while others have a more quiet, passionate kind of love. Don’t put yourself in a box though—have flexibility to roll with the punches. Talk to them throughout the shoot by giving affirmation… and I often make fun of myself. The more human you show yourself to be, the more people will feel comfortable to be themselves around you. Playing music also helps the atmosphere to feel more relaxed!"Read more
Our Top 5 Tips For Dealing with Difficult Dads
Tip #1: Acknowledge the elephant in the roomRead more
Let him know from the outset that you realise this is probably not his favourite way to spend an hour of his free time but that you promise to make it really easy for him. The time’s going to fly—he just doesn’t know it yet!
Artist Spotlight - Hayley Ng Photography
"The prompts are wonderful to loosen up the camera shy folks, but it’s much deeper than that. It gives them something to focus on and transports them into a different time, moment, and emotional space. When they start to relive a memory, or create a new one – that’s when the magic begins."Read more
Artist Spotlight - Kennedy Church Photography
The last two months I have envisioned a photo shoot with a couple madly in love at a lake in a canoe (kinda like The Notebook). So if anyone wants to be my model and has a canoe, you let me know!Read more
Artist Spotlight - Katie Dela Cruz Photography
I used the "Contact" card from your deck, and they stared into each other’s eyes for a good 30 seconds, and the woman I was photographing started crying. She was so overwhelmed looking into her fiancés eyes that she said she saw everything in their future and she was so excited for it. I was balling, he started balling, and I actually stepped out to give them space for a bit.Read more
GIVEAWAY & Sneak Peek: Behind the Scenes of a Real Session!
Watch now and enjoy as Kaylyn shares her tips & tricks for creating cozy-sexy goodness in her in-home sessions and gives you a demo of some of the new prompts from the Show Me Your You Couples Expansion Pack (launching early December)!Read more