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Kassandra and Byonca | Family Photography San Luis Valley Colorado

Kassandra and Bianca’s Story Have you ever met someone that you wish you could spend more time with? As a family photographer, I often meet families that become great friends! This session with Kassandra and Byonca is no different. We had so much fun, that by the end I was wishing we could hang out…

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Take Better Photos With Your iPhone | Southern Co Family Photographer

  Tips and Tricks for the Iphone 7 Let’s be honest, how many of you use your phone to photograph almost every part of your day to day life because it is SO much easier to just grab it and go? (Raises hand) Ok, I’m going to get REAL with you guys. Even though I’m…

  • Ivory - Great article, and very helpful!!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - Great post with really helpful tips! I kinda want to upgrade to the iphone 7 now 😉ReplyCancel

  • marty - This was a very well written and helpful post…I had no idea about number three! ReplyCancel

  • olivia - what a fun session at the dunes, makes me want to go thereReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - It really is a fun place to visit! We live super close and still don’t go as often as we should. But it’s a lot of fun when we do!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer - A lot of these same tips (sliding for brightness/darkness, volume button, etc.) are true to android phones as well!ReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - Oh good, Jennifer! I wasn’t sure about the different phones so I’m glad to know that it works for different types as well!ReplyCancel

Lollipops and Gumdrops | Children’s Photographer San Luis Valley, CO

  Lollipops & Gumdrops Limited Edition Sessions Summer is in full swing in San Luis Valley, CO. It has been HOT, HOT HOT!! There are always a couple of weeks out of the year that it is just hot here. And by hot I mean in the 80s and 90s and lows in the 50s….

Decorating Our Homes | Family Photographer San Luis Valley

Mantle Photo and My Amazing Husband My husband made this perfect mantle for our fireplace about a year and a half ago and we have been struggling to find just the right piece to decorate it. He’s a bit of a woodworker. He’s made just about all the furniture we have in our house, besides like…

  • marty - I love the photos you chose and the idea of doing a seasonal one. I have two main picture walls in my house full of pictures of the kids over the years. I’d like to incorporate more non people pictures but just really haven’t worked to cultivate that enough. This was an inspiring post so maybe I’ll get on it now!ReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - Thanks Marty! We have walls dedicated to our children, but felt for our space they would be larger than life 😀ReplyCancel

  • Laurie Hasan - Wonderful! How awesome that you and your husband’s talents have combined to make your home so special!ReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - Thanks, Laurie! It really is special and something we hope to pass down to our kids some day. My husband has made a lot of our furniture in our home, including the kitchen table and their beds…maybe they will love them enough to want them in their homes when the time comes <3 And I know they will want to see themselves as children when they grow up. They love seeing themselves as babies now and they are only 4 and 6 years old. So I know that is something special!ReplyCancel

  • Sara - Great post!ReplyCancel

  • Liz - I love decorating my home. Especially will photos of memories I have taken. Great content! ❤️ReplyCancel

  • Angela - Love this idea!! And what beautiful locations! ReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - Thanks, Angela! We are very blessed to have lived in so many beautiful locations and to have ended up where we are! The mountains call to us <3ReplyCancel

8 Book Series for Young Kids | Alamosa, CO Photographer

    Do Your Kids Have A Favorite Book? I don’t know about you, but my husband and I are constantly on the lookout for new great books to read to our boys. We began reading chapter books to them early because we want them to enjoy reading and we want to enjoy the books…

  • marty - We love books in our house too! When our children were about the ages of yours a few favorites were Hank the Cow Dog (hilarious!) and Owl Upstairs and the George and Martha series. You might also want to check out books by ND Wilson as your boys get a little older…great adventure stories!ReplyCancel

  • Mariko - My son has recently gotten in to chapter books. He likes Junie B. Jones. He also loves to read superhero readers. Together we usually read picture books since my younger kids have a short attention span. I’ll definitely have to check out some of the books on your list. Great list!ReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - These are so fun Mariko! I have one that has a really short attention span as well…he’s 4 after all, but he loves all of these books! I’ll look into the ones you suggested as well! I’m so happy my list is growing! Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Laurie Hasan - Reading is so important. I love that you are using your talents as a photographer to highlight this.ReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - Thanks so much Laurie! I’m a photographer 2nd only to being a mom, and my kids’ education is very important. Since my son just finished kindergarten we are always on the lookout for great books! We started with C.S. Lewis so we are kind of going top down…ReplyCancel

  • Aly - Oh this is an awesome and timely post! I have a friend visiting with her six year old who looooves to read! Thank you!ReplyCancel

Boredom Busters for Summer | San Luis Valley Children’s Photographer

SCHOOL’S OUT FOR SUMMER!!…Now what!? If your kids are anything like mine, they are CRAZY EXCITED to be out of school!! But, they also get bored very easily. My boys are constantly busy. They don’t really stick to one activity for more than a few minutes, which makes for some really long days during the…

  • Hannah - Love the bucket list!! Those are awesome ideas!ReplyCancel

  • Janie - Well now there are is no room for a summer boredom excuse! This list was perfect! Thanks so much for the ideas! ReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - No problem! But if they are anything like my kids, they will find a way to be bored 😀 Each activity with my boys lasts about 2 mins. and we are on to the next thing!ReplyCancel

  • Yvonne - Great ideas to do with the kids!ReplyCancel

  • Christine Diorio - I love these ideas!  Especially plant flowers! Great idea! 🙂ReplyCancel

Chore Charts – You Got ‘Em, I NEED ‘Em! | Children’s Photographer Alamosa Colorado

  Chore Charts…Help! Having two amazing mini men has been the most rewarding and challenging job of my life, a close second to that would be my job as a children’s photographer. I love them more than anything but getting them to help out around the house is like pulling teeth. They are only 4…

  • Mariko - I have a magnetic chore chart that isn’t getting much use. Thanks for reminding me to get on that. ReplyCancel

  • Lauren - I really need to start chore charts for my 6 and 8 year old boys too!!! I want to start a reward system but overwhelmed with the choices…I’ll be following to see what you choose and what other people recommend!ReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - I know! I feel the same way! There are SO many options and I don’t want to be nagging them all summer!! I’ve noticed they do like it better when we call them “jobs” so we’ll definitely be going with that…but that’s all I’ve got so far, ha!ReplyCancel

  • Stella - I am only now starting to look at chore charts. I know Melissa and Doug have a nice one that I got my nephew. I think a sticker chart is awesome as you can keep track of numerous charts!ReplyCancel

  • Angela - Great post! We are a chore family too. We just use boring old lists that I made on our computer. There are so many cute and fun options out there! ReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - I haven’t been a chore chart family but I feel I need to be to get them to stay on task. Maybe at the end of a week give them a prize and at the end of the month something bigger? I don’t know. Just putting it out there so maybe someone wiser than me can throw me some great ideas 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Sara - This is perfect! I have an almost 2 year old and I’m starting to think about chores. I’m saving this! Thank you! ReplyCancel

    • candacemillerphoto - That’s great! I wish I would have started a chore chart when they were 2!! Of course I made them start cleaning up but nothing consistent or daily. And one of mine has a personality to please and the other will do whatever possible to NOT do what I ask!ReplyCancel

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