Love these colors and all the different shots. Beautiful!! #beachphotography

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The House of Smiths - Home DIY Blog - Interior Decorating Blog - Decorating on a Budget Blog

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:) #younglove #puppylove #kidskissing

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The Blackboard Baby Adventures ! |

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How to Photograph Writing With Sparklers

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print black and white photos as an "engineer blueprint" at Staples. $2.99 for a copy 2ft. by 3ft.(this is the actual direct link to the tutorial)

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this was made using one cardboard box, and then all the shots were combined.

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Creative newborn photos

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newborn setup

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DIY Photo Shoot Tutorial

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Best photog locations in Utah.

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How & Where to Print Instagram Photos

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Father takes photos of Daughter posed as classic art-haha awesome

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Four Generations of Women's Hands

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Quite possibly the coolest new baby photo ever!

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first birthday photos

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Every little girl should have a glitter photo shoot. What a fun and beautiful picture!

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Cute picture of all the grandkids holding their # in birth order.

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What an amazing way to remember grandparents...

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Love this photo for a second child maternity pic!

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Newborn pictures ideas

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10 Tips for Taking Terrific Pictures of Kids! --These are some of the best I've read in a long time!

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Great resources for photography props and backgrounds.

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5 Tips for Awesome Indoor Photos from Doe a Deery. Adjust your white balance, lose the flash, use your biggest aperture, clean up the clutter, look for catchlights (when indirect light fills your subject's eyes & lights them up).

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