10 on 10 | Create With Childlike Curiosity

When I began taking a photo a day in 2008, I began to see the world differently. After a few days of intentionally taking photos things began to transformed. I noticed light I hadn't seen before. I saw details I had overlooked before. Colors became more vibrant. Shadows grabbed my attention. The world had a a new [...]
read more

April Prompt Ebook

Can you believe you've made it to April?! Yes. You've totally got this. However you approach this. Whatever you point your camera at. That  is enough. You, my friend, are awesome. Click on the image below to access this month's ebook. I'd love to know which prompts you are most excited about!    
read more

10 on 10 | Stepping In Front of The Camera

I get the value of documenting our lives. I get the value of getting in front of the camera. I've written about it. I've prompted many of you to do it. I still don't like it. But in an effort to capture this moment, this time while Ian still reaches out to hold my hand [...]
read more

The Curated and The Culled | 10 on 10

What makes a great photo? What makes a photo worth sharing with the world? I've long been an advocate of curating your collection. Don't show everything you snap. In a world flooded with images, why bother adding to the noise? The images I cull may give you better insight into my world than my carefully selected images. In my [...]
read more

How Did You Get So Creative?

  We cannot talk about creativity without discussing the humble tomato. It is red. But sometimes it is yellow. Round. But sometimes oblong. Filled with seeds. Edible. You have an infinite number of ways to use that tomato. You could dice it for a salad or slice it for a burger. You could make ketchup or spaghetti sauce. You [...]
read more

Taking The Time To Look Back | 10 on 10

Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it. - Ferris Bueller And it seems to be moving faster with each passing year. After almost nine years of taking a photo every day I've learned to look back. To stop. In looking back I am [...]
read more

Our Favorite Moments From 2016

I'm always looking for new ways to enjoy our photos. We can and should print our photos, but that doesn't have to be the only way to bring our photos together! I asked our fabulous Creative Team to share their favorites. I quickly and easily put together an Adobe Spark Page to show off their [...]
read more

What Are You Leaving Your Family?

What are you leaving your family? Think about it. The day you die your family will face the arduous task of sorting through the belongings you've left behind. Your treasures will become a task for them. Clothing. Linens. Kitchenware. Electronics. Paperwork. It's all a task. Dare I say, a burden? Not only will they have [...]
read more

The Stories and Photos of My 365 Journey

When I started taking a photo a day I had no idea what I was getting myself into. It seemed like a "fun, little project."  I had no idea that, eight years later, I'd find it impossible to stop. Impossible. Habits are created one day at a time, and habit it has become. The thread [...]
read more

How To Use Triangles In Your Composition

We love things in three. Threes appeal to our eye's need for balance. They provides movement and stability. We use the rule of thirds to place items strategically. We think about dividing our landscape photos into thirds of foreground, mid ground, and background.  Of course, our threesome wouldn't be complete without talking about the triangle. Find [...]
read more