Ballico River Portraits ~ Katie

Wow, finally getting a blog post up!  Blogging has always been something that I have totally avoided.  Not because I do not love sharing all of my amazing clients images but because I am always at a loss of what to write!  SEO rules tell me that unless I have enough words and the right kind of content that my post is pretty much pointless.  I am no writer!  I will sit in front of my screen for what seems like an hour trying to figure out content.  Why can’t SEO just rank my posts with pretty photos well?  Whhhhyyyyy must I have to write something interesting?  I would love any suggestions you have for content that you would enjoy reading from me!  Please comment below with your ideas!  Do you want tutorials?  Tips for shoots?  More stuff on photography?  Let me know!  Now on to my favorites from Katie’s Ballico River Portraits!

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Because of all the rain we had this past winter and spring I have not been shooting at the rivers which makes me sad!  The water is just so high that a couple of my favorite places are still completely flooded!  Hopefully by the time busy senior season in Fall comes around the water levels will be a bit lower!


Ballico River Portraits



Look at this gorgeous evening light!

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  • My suggestion as to what to write is to just talk about your experience with that client – what you liked about the location, what you liked about the wardrobe choices, what you liked about your client in general. Another, while I’m at it, (which I think can go hand in hand with talking about what you liked about each session) is TIPS. For sure! I always enjoy reading any tips you have because who knows better than the gal behind the camera – I appreciate it as a client (and it can make your job a little easier). Hope this helps you a little! Thanks for sharing your work!ReplyCancel

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