The number one question I’ve received since opening Ann Leonard Photography is “What should I wear?” The truth is that there isn’t a single right answer to this question. It depends on the type of session, the season, and a lot about you. However, in the effort to create a place for you to startContinue reading “5 Things to Wear for a Fall Photo Session”
Welcome, Tallulah. You have so much beauty to share with the world, and the world has so much to share with you. May you enjoy a life time of adventure and love.
Everything is political. Every decision is a choice. I am committed to letting my clients know that when they choose me, they are making the choice of inclusion. Recently, I signed the Open to All pledge. The gist of this online agreement is that as a business I open my doors to all people regardlessContinue reading “Open to All”
My Monday post is a bit later in the day than usual. I’ve just returned home after a much needed vacation. Family and friends were just what the doctor ordered in a get away. Here’s a quick snap of my son’s grandpa and him. Now back to editing all of the beautiful summer sessions inContinue reading “Back to Work”
Sometimes a little post shoot bribery is necessary, and for this loving family, an after session dinner proved the perfect family time and in-session motivation for some genuine enthusiasm. For those on the spectrum, interaction comes hard. Smiles are harder, and eye contact might just be the worst. However, hamburgers seem to remain a universalContinue reading “Hamburgers & the Art of the Smile”
We live in an age that demands daily documentation. Did the sun actually rise if we didn’t take a picture? And I’m a photographer, so of course I am a guilty participant! But this comes at a cost. One of the things I love most about taking photographs is the mindfulness it brings: when IContinue reading “Why You Should Hire a Professional Photographer This Summer”
Photography is and always has been about light. However, most of the time photographers’ goals are to shoot an image that has a balance between both dark and light tones. High key is one of the few exceptions to this. High Key photography is the act of intentionally overexposing an image so that most ofContinue reading “High Key @ Low Tide”