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Enjoy over posts with moving stories about the families we work with, photo tips for all levels, family travel tips,encouragement for the heart, latest press, how to keep your creativity inspired, and fun BTS of our workshops. Boy oh boy! It may even have to wait till Tuesday. Some of you are seeing hints of this crazy BIG thing! How did you feel on the way, during and after? My first paid shoot was actually a destination wedding for a friend. I was SO nervous! There is SO MUCH technical stuff you need to know and be aware of and honestly I had no idea what I was doing as far as working with the vendors, setting up large formals, etc.

I was a nervous wreck. My body ached for 2 days after. Luckily, I knew how to nail my exposures- the wedding was in bright sun, the reception in a stone dungeon. After, I felt sick for weeks. I kept thinking about all the ways I could have done it better. Luckily she ended up loving the images, and I was hooked on learning everything I could about wedding photography. What is the best and toughest part about doing photography while being a mom and wife at the same time? I LOVE that I can pick my daughter up from school everyday single day, and make dinner with her, and put her to bed, and travel with her.

A huge challenge Are you a single photographer? anyone working at home is setting boundaries. I learned to turn off the computer when my daughter is home from school- and I try to not get distracted by the laundry when I should be editing. Because when you have nothing, then you have nothing to give.

So I learned early on that I have to take extra good care of myself. Me Ra here, this last paragraph makes me want to shout from the rooftops! Thank you Melanie for sharing so candidly and powerfully! I once had someone associate photography with truck driving. Because then you can walk into any situation and mold the light to create the image you have in your vision.

So my advice is to practice exposure until you really get it. Yes, well there was actually two times. The first time was about 3 years ago, I was a member of Pictage and you led the Ask and Learn Wednesday. It was an instant, deep connection for so many reasons…. You were talking about Thailand, and your process of exposing the kids to other ways of life.

I had recently taken my daughter to Thailand to live for a month, and we had lived in Guatemala for a few months when she was little, so I shared those same desires for my daughter.

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Then you were so open and vocal about your work with your book on sexual assault. I had worked for years as a sexual assault victim advocate and counselor, after my own experience as a teenager, but it was something I never spoke to people about. If only women could speak with such strong voices everywhere! I was just blown away by your rawness- your realness. You have been a great example of that. I listened to the interview twice, and actually cried while listening to it because it was so relieving to see a beautiful woman be real, honest AND successful!

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I was so inspired, and have continued to be inspired by you ever since! You have such a beautiful spirit. Thank you for being so open. Love, love, love you! Me Ra. Jeff has a business workshop happening in NY! We will send you directions on how to be featured! Hundreds of people have sent us the most amazing s regarding our workshops and DVDs impacting their life, their before and after photos, their revived passion; I would love for all of you to hear those stories!

So just to play it safe, copy Genie on the too! Thanks Melanie! You indeed are an inspiration and I appreciate all that you give to us newbies. Howdy Melanie! My hat remember I am a redneck Texan: is off to you for all you are for your daughter and the beautiful inspiration you give to all of us. Your photography is awsome. Warmly and with much love. Hats off to you Melanie! You are a true photographer. Your work is awesome!

So great to hear Are you a single photographer? about how your work has evolved. I loved my wedding photos and cherish them dearly. So glad you were there:0 Much love to you Christy. I loved this one. She really spoke to me and inspired me to just go for it! Keep up the great work! Hope some other ladies will make it too! I, too, have had to learn some of the same things only in different situationsand I can relate very much to a lot of what you said. We love you very much, too!

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