Monthly Archives: July 2017

Ashley & Zach’s backyard mountain love-fest

You know I love a good cry.  And let me tell you, there were plenty of good happy crys to be had during Zach and Ashley’s wedding weekend.  There were so many moments where eyes all around were full of joyful tears, and I’ve never felt a closeness and a warmth in a big crowd…

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Denver Courthouse Wedding Photos

Our first courthouse wedding! Gen and Trent were married in the Denver City & County Building, a fitting spot because Gen’s a lawyer.  Gen and I met in law school, and it was great to be there to celebrate with her.  They had an afternoon ceremony in a courtroom, with a beautiful ceremony a magistrate…

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A Backyard Birthday Party with Unicorn and Rainbows

The Moore family has never been super big on birthdays.  In fact, one of my most memorable birthdays is the birthday my family forgot when we were in a road trip in Sturgis, South Dakota.  Not to worry, the birthday was eventually remembered and we shared an amazing meal at a filthy biker bar where…

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Back Porch Family Photos

I’ve got two obsessions this summer: self-help and podcasts.  Which, of course, means I’m loving podcasts about self-help.  Among others, I’ve been listening to Happier, which has all sorts of advice for (you guessed it) living a happier life.  One week, the podcast hosts’ tip for happiness was to design your summer — to be intentional…

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Learn to Shoot Manual – Reading a Light Meter

Welcome to the next post in our regular photography tutorial series! If you missed it, you should start with our introduction to shooting in manual mode.  This post builds on the information we shared there. Today we’re covering reading the light meter.  The light meter is a critical tool for shooting manual — it’s what…

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