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Let Patience Yield The Magic

Earlier this year, my daughter and I visited the Magic Kingdom.
Text & Photography By Stephanie Calabrese
Earlier this year, my daughter and I visited the Magic Kingdom. Disney attractions and experiences are being photographed by tens of thousands of visitors each day. The #Disney hashtag alone on Instagram yields more than 13.5 million image posts. What child isn't wowed by the sight of a castle? And…

Layers Of Emotion

Each year, I choose one word to guide me through the year.
Text & Photography By Stephanie Calabrese
Each year, I choose one word to guide me through the year. It's a self-reflective practice I began five years ago, inspired by Ali Edwards and her "One Little Word" blog posts (aliedwards.com/2013/12/one-little-word-2014.html). Unlike a resolution, my one-word intention can't be broken. Much like a compass, it guides me, particularly…

Subjects That Move You

When they boarded the bus for our first shoot at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the boys had skateboards in hand.
Text & Photography By Stephanie Calabrese
When they boarded the bus for our first shoot at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the boys had skateboards in hand. Scuffed up and loud with color, each board was unique. Before the mobile photography workshop began, I had been thinking about potential shoot destinations. The Botanical Garden was an easy…

Unexpected Subjects

A year and a half ago, I paused outside the house with the red door just long enough to hang my iPhone out the car window to tap a photo of the realtor's sign.
Text & Photography By Stephanie Calabrese
A year and a half ago, I paused outside the house with the red door just long enough to hang my iPhone out the car window to tap a photo of the realtor's sign. Since then, I've been tightening the loose ends of this 60-something-year-old house into a home—patching plaster…

Explore The Art Of iPhoneography

You use your iPhone to talk, email, search, navigate, text and tweet, but do you realize it has the power to make you a better photographer?
By Stephanie C. Roberts Of Shutter Sisters
You use your iPhone to talk, email, search, navigate, text and tweet, but do you realize it has the power to make you a better photographer? Just as a writer might jot spontaneous thoughts in a journal or an artist might draw loose marks in a sketchbook, making images with…
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