Resources for Photographers

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Camera Rating Popularity Positive Feedback Negative Feedback
4 2
I know that the D800 is not really the replacement model over the D700. Nevertheless, it did replace my old D700 and the D800 is, I believe, better suited for my photographic needs than the D700, i.e., studio, portraits, and landscape.

The D700 was and still is an outstanding DSLR. The D800 is of course better, but in a very perceptible way, which was quite a surprise to me.
I have done over 5000 shots since my purchase on 24 March. So far, no issues to report: no green cast from the LCD and no problems with the CLS system.
Nikon has really outperformed with this new DSLR…

Unfortunately the D800 I received has the notorious left side AF problem that has been widely reported on in dpreview and other photograpohy forums…
5 2

I am making this review of the Nikon D700 from the perspective of someone who also owns a Nikon D300.Without qualification, the Nikon D300 is a superb camera. So many superlatives have been used with the D300 that I will not repeat them here. All the superlatives used with the D300 applies equally well to the D700. I will add however that as good as the…

The main reason to upgrade to the D700 is for the low noise at 6400 ISO in dark scenes and possibly the ability to get wider angle shots with traditional Nikon lenses, assuming you don’t already own a wide angle DX lens like the Nikon 10.5mm f/2.8 DX Fisheye or the Tokina 11-17 f/2.8. If you are upgrading for any other reason to the D700, simply to have that BIG FX…
4.5 5
Designed for serious shooting, but fun to use! Lots of customizations.
Several months before the D90 came out, I bought a D60 to hold me over until the D90 was released. Well, I’ve enjoyed using both cameras, but this one is a huge step up and more suited to an advanced enthusiast, like me. It’s a real pleasure to use.ERGONOMICS – The D90 is solid, tight, and well-balanced with the 18-105 VR lens. It’s always ready and it shoots…
It is an amazing camera by Nikon, especially for amateur and enthusiast level photographers. The feature list is fantastic, plus the fact that it has the sensor of similar quality as the professional grade D300 model, and of course how can you forget the HD video capabilities? The sensor is highly rated for amazing dynamic range and color depth (the…
4.5 2
A home run for the 5D series, finally!
I didn’t rush to make a review of this camera, as I wanted to really put it through it’s paces first. I won’t try to list every feature or go over every bullet point (the above description does a fine job), but instead try to go over a few things which make a big difference to me as a 5D Mark II owner. For some background, I bought an original 5D in 2007, a 5DII in 2008…
Good but not worth the upgrade.
5D Mark iii is a fine camera, but I don’t think that it is worth the upgrade if you already have 7d or 5d Mark ii or 1d Mark IV. I have two reasons:1) Low light focus, you get full frame, better focus (even though the low light is not that great – I tried at ISO 25600, the focus went crazy. I can’t get it focused at all). Comparing my old 5d mark ii, it is no…
4.5 3
Pros:Crazy high ISO performance
Fantastic amazing image quality you have to see to believe!
Great menus, sharper, brighter, easier to read then 40D
Video, did someone say video? I love it! You will need a tripod!
Fantastic rear LCD that you can check actual photo sharpness
Super low light high ISO photographic tool with 25,600 ISO!!!
Feels great in your hands, the grip texture is easy to hold and is well balanced
Low 50 ISO allows photos at F/1.2 aperture out in bright sunlight for shallow DOF
If you are heavily invested in Canon and own lots of their lenses, then your decision will be whether to buy the Canon 5D 1, or the new Canon 5D 2. In this regard, I would say the 5D 2 is the way to go because of increased ISO sensitivity, higher resolution, etc etc.VIDEO?
PLEASE do not buy this camera because of the video because you will most assuredly…
4.5 2

Here are the basics that I considered and have found out from about 9 months of ownership. Keep in mind opinions on photography equipment varies greatly by the user and what the equipment is used for so while I think the 5D is near-perfect, others might not.While the positives and negatives seem even in number, the positives FAR outweigh the negatives. I have…

I purchased this camera a little over a month ago. I have since sold it, and switched to using Nikon. I can no longer support Canon, and this saddens me, for I grew up using Canon since I was 8 years old. Here is why I gave this camera 2…
Lens Rating Popularity Positive Feedback Negative Feedback
4.5 5
For less than $100, you get a great lens.Other reviewers, on Amazon and many other sites, have complained about the poor build quality… I can’t deny that it’s made cheaply compared to it’s $300 cousin. But most of the people complaining have an unending list of L-glass lenses in their bag.If you’re an amatuer, this lens is more than good….
Optically, you can’t really do that much better than the f/1.8 – strong contrast, good color rendition, and very sharp even when shooting wide open. I bought this lens and it lived on my camera for several months and was the default piece of glass that I reached for when the quality of the shot “really mattered.”
But, honestly, it’s built about as solid as a toy prize…
5 3

I thought I owed this Lens review an update after shooting with it for almost a couple of years and having the pleasure of shooting with a variety of L Lenses: 70-200L, 16-35L, Fisheye, 50mm and the Kit lens. This is what I’ve found:1) Bar none, the best “portrait” lens I own. There’s just something about this 85mm focal length +…

This is a great and fast portrait lens. I wasn’t sure if I would need it, as I already have the 24-105 f4L IS USM and 70-200 f4L IS USM, but after reading the reviews and reasonable price I thought it would be worth the shot.I found this lens generally produces my best portrait shots, and is fast under lower light conditions. Most of my portraits are under…

5 3
Best macro lens by far!
I love Canon. Although there were times when I shot with Nikons (D700, D300) and were pretty impressed with the result, I always came back to Canon.
This is the first is macro lens for Canon and they got it right. I have used the 60mm, 100mm, & 180mm macro before and by far this is the best!
I was very apprehensive about buying this lens because of the cost, still have yet to tell my wife. I’m a wanna be macro person so perhaps this was the wrong lens to get for a beginner.
4.5 4
Hands down my favorite lens!
I’ve had my 24-105L IS for about two months and have shot everything from jewelry and landscapes to portraits and a wedding reception with it. It has replaced my 24-70L and 28-135 IS as the lens I use for both “serious” work and walkaround duty with my full-frame DSLR. The extra focal length and IS make it more versatile than the 24-70L.
I compared sharpness of the 24-105 to my Canon 17-85, 70-200 F2.8IS and the tamron 28-75. All three of these (YES EVEN THE 17-85), absolutely exceeded the 24-105 in contrast and sharpness. The 24-105 was not even close to the other three.
4.5 4
I don’t even know where to start. This lens produces sharp pictures and great color and contrast. And for its price (which seems to climb recently), it is worth more than 5 stars rating. I initially get this lens for low light action and sport photography (as this lens is famous for being one of the fastest lens together with its brother 50mm f/1.4), but I also found out…

I was surprised to find, after reading so many positive reviews of this lens, that the copy I received was so fuzzy at wide-open apertures that I could see it on UN-MAGNIFIED images right on my D90’s 3″ screen.

All lenses lose sharpness at wide apertures: this is a matter of basic physics and is the result of something called spherical aberration. Some are…

5 1

The new lens is faster to focus and more accurate than either the 85mm 1.4D or 85mm 1.8 D. I have used both and shot over 50,000 photos with the 85mm 1.8 D as it was my bread and butter for several years. Is this a better lens than it’s predecessor? YES!

If you already own the 85mm f/1.4 should you go out and sell it? Probably not, unless you are a mainly…

The only reasons that I didn’t give it a five star rating were the price is high compared to the lenses that it replaces and the AF is slow compared to the 24-70 and 70-200. I fully understand that size of the elements in this lens make it difficult to have the same speed as the f/2.8 zoom and I do appreciate the AF accuracy.
4.5 4
Great for low light, great focal length for DX, and autofocus will also work with D40, D40x, D60, and D5000 cameras!
This Nikon 35mm f/1.8G AF-S DX lens produces sharp pictures and great color and contrast. It is also perfect for portrait and other general purposes (semi-macro etc). This lens also produces nice bokeh. The picture quality and bokeh quality are comparable with the other Nikon prime lenses (50mm f/1.8, 50mm f/1.4, 50mm f/1.4 AF-S etc) lens which are famous for being sharp…
Best used only for low light photography
I purchased this lens about 4 months ago after my stock lens had taken enough abuse over a few years and finally gave out (i.e. it fell off the top of a moving car). This lens is used on a D40X for 2 primary types of photography: outdoor and small electronic product photos for brochure and web use.
4.5 2
One Lens for Vacations, Portraits and Fun!
I know what you’re thinking: Seventeen hundred bucks or more for a mere midrange zoom?There is nothing “mere” about this zoom!Wide open, Nikon’s new workhorse is sharper than most prime lenses. That’s right — I shoot all day long at f/2.8 (I like resulting blurry backgrounds) and never, never lack for sharpness. Being able to shoot f/2.8 at…
I have had this lens for 7 months. In the 7 months, Nikon has had it for almost 3. The autofocus is inconsistent from shot to shot. I have sent samples to Nikon via web and printed. I have sent the lens to them twice already, once with the D300. They adjusted the autofocus the first time and the lens came back worse. the second time they had to replace the entire zoom…
4 2
Beautiful, sharp, fast, and fantastic bokeh.
In a world of zooms, many people would find plopping down $500 for a 50mm prime — from a third party manufacturer, no less — to be a bit absurd.However, if you are a “prime person” — and you know who you are — you’ll love the performance of this lens: super sharp photos, incredibly creamy background bokeh, nice contrast and flare resistance, and operation…

Having read multiple reviews from every web site I could find on the most bang for your buck 50mm for canon, I made the leap of faith and purchased this lens at the local shop.

This was not one that had been sitting around, because they had just gotten in a new shipment. I had read about the focus problems with this lens when it first shipped, but I was…

4.5 2
One of the best lens for portrait and low light photography.
I don’t even know where to start. This lens produces sharp pictures and great color and contrast. This lens is perfect for low light and/or action/sport photography (as this lens is famous for being one of the fastest lens together with its brother 50mm f/1.8). This lens is also perfect for portrait and other general purposes (macro etc). This is definitely a very…
I owned both the 50mm f/1.8 and 50mm f/1.4 lens. I also own a Nikon D70s and D200. I took test shots to compare the sharpness of these two lenses. The 50mm at f/1.4 is very very soft. The pictures at f/1.4 look like you are looking through a sheer veil. A dreamy look for sure, but not at all pleasing. At an aperture of f/1.8 the 50mm f/1.8 is still sharper than the 50mm…
4.5 2
Excellent all-purpose lens
This lens is very well-made and takes wonderful pictures. To address the most common questions people ask before they take the plunge:Price: No, it’s not usually this expensive. I paid around $400 for mine, but I got it a couple of months ago. Apparently Nikon is having a hard time making enough of these. Rather than rewarding the greedy opportunists who…
Quite a disappointment. I got this lens thinking I was upgrading from my trusty 50mm f/1.4D
I was wrong. While the f/1.4D is a speed demon that almost never fails to lock focus, this thing is atrociously slow. And when I say it’s slow I don’t mean it in comparison to my pro f/2.8 glass, I mean in comparison to any, any glass I’ve ever owned or had a chance to use…
4.5 2
Would be a bargain at twice the price!
The lens produces nice usable portraits from wide open. There is a pleasing softness too it, but the eyes appear nice and sharp and the bokeh transitions are smooth. Specular highlights in the bokeh are smooth and fairly uniform with minimal rings or donuts. The modern aspherical lens design takes care of most spherical aberration. I bought this lens solely for f/1.4-f/5.6 usage. If I want to use the f/4+ range I will use my f/4 zoom, so wide open performance of the 85mm was critical too me, otherwise it added nothing over my slower zoom. I would not be afraid to use this lens at f/1.4 for portraits…
I have been using the “Rokinon 85mm f/1.4 Aspherical Lens for Pentax K20D” for about a month and have gotten to know the lens well. On the whole, the optics are good but what degrades the users experience with this lens has less to do with the optics and everything to do with the lens housing mechanics and matching…
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4 4
Fits my needs perfectly.
I like to take videos of dance students. The background used to be a messy distraction of shoes, clothing, jackets, dance bags, half eaten sandwiches, and all you can imagine. This frame provides a great background for videos and photos. I can change the background often with sheets, paint drop cloths, paper rolls, and the imagination is all yours. I also make my own sand…
I was excited when i received this at home and opened it up and set it up. After setting it up i realized it was not as tall as it seemed in the picture in order for me to get it to be 10FT how it claims to be i had to open the legs all the way which could cause it to break over time! i was so pissed off. It worked alright for the 1st Photo-shoot i did but had to keep re adjusting.. My recommendation AVOID COWBOY STUDIO…
4.5 4
I am just getting into photography as a hobby and I didn’t know really what to expect when it came to a backdrop stand. I did some research locally, online and a lot on amazon. I decided on this item because of the description of the materials and the construction (it’s as advertised). I have been more then satisfied with the stands and crossbar, the stands sit solidly…
I purchased this backdrop stand and right off the bat it was damaged upon shipping. The end of one stand was poking out of the box, which means it went RIGHT through the “sturdy” bag it came in. It was scratched up a bit but still in working condition. The bag is TERRIBLE. Not only was there a rip from that incident, but the loops on the inside that are supposed to…
4 2
Great for the price!
This is perfect, and I shoot kids. The fact that I had two toddlers hitting the paper backdrop (because they loved the noise)and it barely moved says that this is much more sturdy than it looks. It extends to fit anything I could possibly dream of needing. Love it!
It’s flimsy, it’s cheap, and it broke very soon after I purchased it (it was supporting a small roll of seamless paper). In hindsight I would have spent more $ upfront. This is a piece of junk.
4.5 5
Impressive Quality at a Great Price!
I have to say that I was more than a little impressed when I received this set. My expectation was about in line with what any reasonable person would expect from a photography-related item priced in the low $100 range. That is to say, cheap and unreliable.Well, I can’t tell you how happy I am to be wrong in this case.
Love the frame, but the muslin is fairly thin
I’m a professional photographer building an in-home studio. I bought this product to use in home and to travel with. The frame is extremely easy to set up, light weight, and sturdy. The muslin, however, is fairly thin. I had to use a large piece of black fleece behind the backdrop to assure that absolutely NO light was getting behind the backdrop
3 5
Great value, sturdy clamps
These clamps are sturdy and handle heavy volume with no problems. Ignore any other comments claiming that these are cheap or poorly made. I am a portrait photographer and am constantly taking backdrops down and putting them up before and during a shoot. These clamps have never slipped or broken even though I usually attach and reattach them quickly during shoots.
I ordered this about a month ago, the description says it comes with 6 clamps. I got ONE clamp in the mail. ONE! Also within hours of gettin the clamp, I dropped it & the cheap plastic clip broke. Terrible. the very same day I emailed the seller & explained that I only received 1/6 clamps. They never sent the rest of the clamps, in fact they never even RESPONDED to…
4 2
Very, very good.
I just got this, and I have to say I am very pleasantly surprised.
The quality of the vinyl itself (as mentioned by others) is perfectly fine. No issues at all.
Good quality……confusing dimensions.
I’ve recently been making my un-used formal living room into a small studio. I’ve researched lights, backgrounds, and technique ad nauseum. Anyway, this CowboyStudio 6 x 9 Feet Seamless White Vinyl Background (VL-W9)is by far the least expensive vinyl background that I could find. I read a few reviews and figured that if the vinyl was not usable for a background, I’d…

Barnwood Floor Mat (faux floor) | $41.95

5 4
Features:-Photo-real image quality and Color fast designs are permanently dyed-Non-skid rubber backing with “memory” so it lays flat every time-100% machine-washable and dryable

-Low profile allows doors to pass over easily

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Whitewash Barnwood Mat (faux floor) | $41.95

5 5
We ordered this floor to use with infants and children, and were very impressed with the quality. It has the texture and weight of a very, very large mouse pad, and lays smooth. It photographs beautifully, and the delivery was quick. We are over all happy with this product.
I purchased this fo-floor as a photography prop. Easy to store, and easy to clean… a think a little pricey for quality and size. I really need 2 of them for full coverage in my studio, but I am not spending another $100 for a novelty item.
4 2
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5 1
I had a very good customer experience ordering this item. It was for a gift and he loved it. I would recommend this product and this provider 100%, they went beyond my expectations.
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4 4
Very happy with this bean bag. Bought this because we have a 2 year old that likes our attention level on. So it gets hard sitting on the floor alot. Now me, “or” my wife, (and im 220) can sit in this bag and play with my daughter for hours on end. I was worried from some of the reviews that it may not be big enough, but Im very happy with it. The filling is very light and may shrink with time, but it has a zipper and can always have stuffing added. Love the product, and love the price!
It’s durable but not very comfy for an adult. It’s much smaller than I’d hoped for. Nice for a child under 13. I’m not tall (5’6″) and I found it too small to sit in comfortably.

Shoe Mount Flashes

Product Rating Popularity Positive Feedback Negative Feedback
5 5
Indoor miracles!
I had been holding off on purchasing an external flash for my XTI for months, making up all sorts of excuses as to why I shouldn’t own one. It’s too big, I’ll never use it, $200+ for a flash of light is obscene and on and on the excuses went. My wife surprised me by getting me one for my birthday and after using it for 6 months I couldn’t be happier. How did I ever live without this thing
I’m a professional photographer and I make my living using Canon products. The 580EX II, while “new and improved” has a little catching up to do when you speak of reliability. The flash itself does have a number of improvments over the former 580 EX. The hotshoe mount has been redesigned and that’s a great improvement. The biggest dissapointment is the misfiring of the…
4.5 3
I’m a big fan of the Nikon CLS wireless flash system and I have several Nikon speedlights that I use for high quality portable lighting. Overall, the system works really well, and armed with a few flashes and some simple clamps, I can get creative off-camera lighting nearly anywhere (for on-camera flash, I tend to use the Quantum units). Yes, it’s infrared line-of-sight…
Good flash, bad warranty.
Many folks have complained about the battery door breaking prematurely. Mine has too so I thought I could get it repaired under warranty since it was less than a year old. I was wrong. They want $130 to put the new plastic door piece on. If you do buy this be ultra careful with the battery door and keep your receipt because Nikon will not help you unless you pay $130…

Studio Lighting

Product Rating Popularity Positive Feedback Negative Feedback
4.5 3
No fail operation each and every time.
I have to admit, the Elinchrom EL-Skyport competitor units have more advantageous specifications on paper compared to these PocketWizard Plus II units. There are a few other wireless units out there, but only two of these brands can compete if you want serious no-fail gear….
Works great, but cheap construction
I was torn on giving this rating because so far these do work and work well. However, for this price they could easily have a more durable metal housing and hotshoe foot instead of cheap plastic. They’re very reliable in functionality, just hope they stay that way over time before breaking. 5 stars for performance, 1 star for build = 3 stars overall.
4.5 3
Are you kidding me?
First let me say that the delivery was 2 days earlier then I expected. Next, you’re a sucker if you buy any other triggers and are not a pro.It arrived in a nice looking box and was well protected.
First thing I did was bought batteries to test them out. You do not need a flash to test them out, but I recommend you do to no be miss led. For example; I…

I Like It But Had I Paid More I’d be Angry
So I have had these for a few weeks. I use them with two YN-560s and a canon XSi. Out of the box they didn’t fire my flashes. So I did some research and found that you have to remove the transmitter’s battery (and replace it) to make it work.
3.5 3
Fantastic with 580EXII, but you’ll need other accessories.
Amazing, professional quality with the 580EXII and my pocket wizard TT5 wireless trigger. It doesn’t really turn down too much, but enough for my purposes. I ordered a Bogen flexible arm to move it around a little more. I purchased this with a kit including the Halo, which makes a great fill along with the softbox as a key light.
Cheaply made.
It’s exactly what it says it is, a softbox, and it works. I have two complaints though. One, it’s really cheaply made. The kind of quality one expects from junk Chinese knockoffs, not brand name equipment. This is my second one and both of the ones I received already had the stitching coming apart right out of the box.
3.5 4
I have two sets of these and I really like them, I have no idea what others were looking for but I wanted inexpensive continuous daylight CFL for video and stills. I looked at the Westcott ones and liked them, until I saw the price, OUCH! The Westcott units are probably better made but these work well for my needs and wallet.
Good starter kit, questions about durability.
So I bought this kit along with a green screen and white background from Cowboy Studio and all of them are pretty good quality. I wouldn’t exactly call these professional grade quality, but that’s kinda the point for only spending $[…]
5 2
Excellent softbox set!
My two softboxes arrived earlier today. The setup was simple enough to where I’d probably find it an insult to stumble upon an instruction sheet. One of the softboxes came assembled in a diamond configuration as opposed to a square; essentially rotated 45 deg. This gave me a chance to become better acquainted with the construction of the “umbrella” mechanism, which I must say is quite impressive at any price point.
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4 3
Excellent Value, great product, fast shipping
You can’t beat this setup. Everything works excellently as described. Although there’s no much in the way of instructions if you get on Fancier’s website there is a video that explains how to put the softboxes together and it’s really easy. They throw excellent light and the 4 bulb light heads can also be used with umbrellas.
Totally unusable for traveling. Decent for permanent setups.
Overview of my experience with the Kit:
Unpacking it, I only put one together as was so unimpressed I packed it right back up immediately after making this video for you all.I was hoping to have something I assemble ONCE and can break down and move.
Not the case with this light kit.

Lighting Stands

Product Rating Popularity Positive Feedback Negative Feedback
5 4
Great product (if you need a compact/portable lightstand).
I have plenty of lightstands.. ground level, 1.5 ft, 6 foot stands, 8 feet, 10, feet, 13 feet.. but they all have a problem (at least the 6+ foot ones) – they’re big, bulky and heavy. A 6 foot stand can easily be 3 1/2 feet and 5 lbs when folded up.
Not a problem if you’re setting it up in 1 location, but if you plan to carry it around for even a few hours, it’s a big pain (besides the weight and odd-bulk that won’t attach do anything, you’ll often hit stuff with it or bang it around). That’s where the 5001B nano stand is perfect!
Small, Light, Shakey
This is EXTREMELY well made, and very small and light. However, it’s also so small and light that anything you put up top should be similarly light… As it waves and flexes from side-to-side.Great for someone who is size-conscious, but not recommended for holding umbrellas in a breeze…

4.5 4
Good stands so far.
The stands are not the strongest things on earth but for the price they are hard to beat. I have had mine for weeks and they already fell and I stepped on them. They are easy to scratch but not so easy to break.
Ok stand, but gotta add to it.
I ordered 2 of these and one stand works fine but the other begins to close up when a little pressure or weight is placed atop the stand. Not worth getting if you’ve spent any kind of money on good lights/equipment. There’s a very cheap, basic “locking” knob that holds the stand open, but it doesn’t work so well
4.5 5
Solid stand – not so compact
This is a solid, medium weight stand. It does what it’s supposed to do and is better for lights/flashes/etc that are on the medium weight side(or if you have softboxes). Frankly, I prefer my Manfrotto 001B, which is a super-light-weight 6 foot stand, and folds down much smaller. So in the end… as a studio stand, great.
Bought this model about a year ago, due to low cost and other reviews.. shortly thereafter, the “spring” feature fell apart internally. Then (and now), the top of this spins with the lightest touch (or even if it is mildly unbalanced) – so, the light doesn’t stay aimed where it is pointed.

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Amber L Richards Photography

Amber L Richards Photography

Jamie Dalton Photography

Jamie Dalton Photography

Kylee Ann Photography

Kylee Ann Photography

Julie McGann Fine Art Portraits

Julie McGann Fine Art Portraits

S18 Photography

S18 Photography

Allie Lindsey Photography

Allie Lindsey Photography

Derek Halkett Photography

Derek Halkett Photography

Amy Jensen Photography

Amy Jensen Photography

Gul Photography

Gul Photography

Jen CYK Photography

Jen CYK Photography

Lisa B. Photography

Lisa B. Photography

Sea + Rhythm Photography

Sea + Rhythm Photography

Legacy Portraits

Legacy Portraits

D4 Photography

D4 Photography

Bonnie Hussey Photography

Bonnie Hussey Photography

Megan Evans Photography

Megan Evans Photography

Jaiden Photography

Jaiden Photography

JMP Artistry

JMP Artistry

NicCole Photography

NicCole Photography

Chrissy Winchester Photography

Chrissy Winchester Photography

Jillian McDermott Photography

Jillian McDermott Photography

Kali Jade Photography

Kali Jade Photography

Tricia Toker Photography

Tricia Toker Photography

Ashlynn Marie Photography

Ashlynn Marie Photography

Jennifer Young Photography

Jennifer Young Photography

Rachel Knowles Photography

Rachel Knowles Photography

Jamie Larson Photography

Jamie Larson Photography

Itsy Bitsy Creation

Itsy Bitsy Creation

Michela Magnani Photography

Michela Magnani Photography

Julie Effron Photo & Video

Julie Effron Photo & Video

Je M’appelle Artistry

Je M’appelle Artistry

Maddie B Photography

Maddie B Photography

Harlow Moon Photography

Harlow Moon Photography

Wish Photography

Wish Photography

DREAMAKER

DREAMAKER

Melissa Rieke Photography

Melissa Rieke Photography

Kimberly Walla Photography

Kimberly Walla Photography

NicCole Photography

NicCole Photography

Alissa Bray Photography

Alissa Bray Photography

mQn Photography

mQn Photography

Lea Bug Photography

Lea Bug Photography

Browntography

Browntography

Shutterly { Sweet } Photography

Shutterly { Sweet } Photography

Ricardo Silva Fotographia

Ricardo Silva Fotographia

Jennifer Harris Photography

Jennifer Harris Photography

Captured By JennaLynn

Captured By JennaLynn

Dani Ford Photography

Dani Ford Photography

Sarah Martin Photography

Sarah Martin Photography

Audrey Spear Photography

Audrey Spear Photography

Erin Daniel Photography

Erin Daniel Photography

Britney Layne Photography

Britney Layne Photography

Lisa Renault Photographie

Lisa Renault Photographie

Andrea Larson Photography

Andrea Larson Photography

McKenna Pendergrass Photography

McKenna Pendergrass Photography

Sarah Pagano Photography

Sarah Pagano Photography

Next To Me Studios

Next To Me Studios

Amy Angelo Photography

Amy Angelo Photography

Avenue Photography

Avenue Photography

Tracy Hougham Photography

Tracy Hougham Photography

JJM Photography

JJM Photography

Urban Country Photography

Urban Country Photography

Niña.Cecilia {Creative Spark}

Niña.Cecilia {Creative Spark}

Chelsea Lietz Photography

Chelsea Lietz Photography

Andrea Martin Photography

Andrea Martin Photography

Jessica Lacey Photography

Jessica Lacey Photography

Ashlee Frackrell Photography

Ashlee Frackrell Photography

JMP Artistry

JMP Artistry

Photography by Jillian

Photography by Jillian

Pixie Life

Pixie Life

Katie Mathews Photography

Katie Mathews Photography

DNA Photography

DNA Photography

Bella Photo

Bella Photo

Petite Simone Photography

Petite Simone Photography

Petite Simone Photography

Petite Simone Photography

Martin Beaumont Photography

Martin Beaumont Photography

Queen B Photography

Queen B Photography

Stefanie Diamond Photography

Stefanie Diamond Photography

Intrigue Photography

Intrigue Photography

Michele Coleman Photography

Michele Coleman Photography

Holly Murphy Photography

Holly Murphy Photography

J.M.Hunter Photography

J.M.Hunter Photography

Gabrielle Marie Photography

Gabrielle Marie Photography

Meagan Ready Photography

Meagan Ready Photography

Jaiden Photography

Jaiden Photography

Naja Lerus Photography

Naja Lerus Photography

LJHolloway Photography

LJHolloway Photography

Rebecca Jill Photography

Rebecca Jill Photography

Jen Priester Photography

Jen Priester Photography

Janice Freeland Photography

Janice Freeland Photography

Glow Portraits

Glow Portraits

Brooke G. Photography

Brooke G. Photography

Pink Sky Photography

Pink Sky Photography

Cocobee Photography

Cocobee Photography

Andrea Martin Photography

Andrea Martin Photography

Sonomi J Photography

Sonomi J Photography

Jac & Jules Photography

Jac & Jules Photography

Framed Photography

Framed Photography

Lisa Rappa Photography

Lisa Rappa Photography

Elvie Diaz Photography

Elvie Diaz Photography

Katie Swanson Photography

Katie Swanson Photography

Desirae Todd Photography

Desirae Todd Photography

Patricia Anderson Photography

Patricia Anderson Photography

Naja Lerus Photography

Naja Lerus Photography

Purest Light Photography

Purest Light Photography

Mary Nichols Photography

Mary Nichols Photography

Pistols & Pearls Photography

Pistols & Pearls Photography

Mandy Kay Photography

Mandy Kay Photography

Niña.Cecilia {Creative Spark}

Niña.Cecilia {Creative Spark}

Sarah Storm Photography

Sarah Storm Photography

Andrea Larson Photography

Andrea Larson Photography

Kristen Privett Photography

Kristen Privett Photography

Sweet Pea Photography

Sweet Pea Photography

Cris Passos Photography

Cris Passos Photography

Meghan Wiesman Photography

Meghan Wiesman Photography

Liz Anne Photography

Liz Anne Photography

Pretty Little Pictures

Pretty Little Pictures

Brooke G Photography

Brooke G Photography

Lacey D Photography

Lacey D Photography

Kimberly Rashed Photography

Kimberly Rashed Photography

Pumpkin Pie Photography

Pumpkin Pie Photography

This Little Piggy Photography

This Little Piggy Photography

Snaptastic Shots

Snaptastic Shots

Lisa Holloway Photography

Lisa Holloway Photography

Maureen Wilson Photography

Maureen Wilson Photography

Beth Lee Photography

Beth Lee Photography

Bard Photography

Bard Photography

Jaidean Baker Photography

Jaidean Baker Photography

Nicole Hansen Photography

Nicole Hansen Photography

Jmotive Photography

Jmotive Photography

Twinflower Photography

Twinflower Photography

Angie Foote Photography

Angie Foote Photography

S18 Photography

S18 Photography

HCS Photography

HCS Photography

Helen John Photography

Helen John Photography

JLogan Photography

JLogan Photography

Jane Ammon Photography

Jane Ammon Photography

SPARKED | Veronika G Photography

SPARKED | Veronika G Photography

Ati Grinspun Photography

Ati Grinspun Photography

Anna Marie Photography

Anna Marie Photography

Amanda Berube Photography

Amanda Berube Photography

Jillian Kirby | Baby

Jillian Kirby | Baby

Heather Natalie Photography

Heather Natalie Photography

Cradled Creations

Cradled Creations

Shannon Bruce Photography

Shannon Bruce Photography

Megan Wilson Photography

Megan Wilson Photography

SPARKED | Blu Hippo Photography

SPARKED | Blu Hippo Photography

MachC Photography

MachC Photography

Harnessing Natural Light | Casey McGaffick

Harnessing Natural Light | Casey McGaffick

Violets are Blue Photography

Violets are Blue Photography

Carrie Prewitt Photography

Carrie Prewitt Photography

Simply Baby | Melissa Morris

Simply Baby | Melissa Morris

Newborn Tips | Kimmy Howard

Newborn Tips | Kimmy Howard

Traci Shupert Photography

Traci Shupert Photography

Stephanie Cotta Photography

Stephanie Cotta Photography

SPARKED | Sarah-Beth Photography

SPARKED | Sarah-Beth Photography

Lane Portraits

Lane Portraits

SPARKED | Leah Hoskins

SPARKED | Leah Hoskins

Works of Love Photography

Works of Love Photography

Nicole Hansen

Nicole Hansen

Darling Photography

Darling Photography

Kelsey Clark Photography

Kelsey Clark Photography

Amber Bishop

Amber Bishop

EyCandy Photography

EyCandy Photography

Dewdrops by Amy

Dewdrops by Amy

Zoe D Photography

Zoe D Photography

DeAnna McCasland Photography

DeAnna McCasland Photography

Insight Creative

Insight Creative

Erin Shepley Photography

Erin Shepley Photography

Fresh Light Photography

Fresh Light Photography

Meghan Wiesman Photography

Meghan Wiesman Photography

Cortney Talbott Photography

Cortney Talbott Photography

Natascha Lee Studios

Natascha Lee Studios

Kristen Reed Photography

Kristen Reed Photography

Summerland Photography

Summerland Photography

Charlotte Gamache Photography

Charlotte Gamache Photography

Little Moon Photography

Little Moon Photography

Alicia Gould Photography

Alicia Gould Photography

Rachael Ruffin

Rachael Ruffin

Bree Franklin Photography

Bree Franklin Photography

SugarLens

SugarLens

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Summer Cates

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Be True Image Design