DW Photography Blog
Her Second Skin Scarlett filled out the application and submitted some of her improv audition tapes. It could be a long shot…but why not? “Second Skin” Dancewear was looking for models to feature on their website and social media. The winners would get to fly out to Phoenix, AZ for the company’s official video and […]
Lactation Consultant Connects With New Moms In Need Sarah felt ready. She had prepared well for the upcoming birth of her first child. They had a new home and she and John had prepared a beautiful nursery with everything that would be needed when the time finally came. She had read the books, and attended […]
May”hem”, the month of transition, in the form of weather, graduations, and moving to the top of the class.
In a saturated consumer photography market, where professional photographers are competing for business, it may not seem to make a lot of sense to share a coveted client with your “rival” After all, getting a client is often hard-won. It goes against logic to expose them to another talented photographer by choice. That’s exactly what […]
I met Downers Grove native, Josh, and his Wisconsin-native, fiancee, Karly last year to talk about their 2018 wedding plans, and of course, the photography they would need. Josh told me about his proposal that happened in Utah on a hiking trip, which was appropriate for this couple. They were going to have a destination […]
There’s nothing unusual about the girls varsity basketball team at Lyons Township High school. Not when you’re on the outside looking in at least. They’re a group of 13 or so teenage girls that seem to play pretty well on the court. They win more than they lose. I had a unique opportunity to follow […]
In the world of parenting, there’s that tricky time when your daughter or son transitions from being your sweet well-adjusted little kid, seemingly overnight, to… something altogether different. It’s “tween-hood.” I’m talking about in-between being a kid, and becoming a teen (9-13ish) We KNOW that the best way to prevent our tweens from undertaking risky […]
Girls love their senior photo sessions, and it’s definitely not hard to get them excited about the clothes and accessories they’ll bring, and how awesome they’re gonna look after my make-up and hair artist gets finished with them. Yep, they are super fun to photograph and easily engaged in the process. In fact lots of […]
Bad attitudes and mood swings are often associated with the tween years. The “Who I Am” project celebrates the best qualities of tweens and boosts confidence with photos and quotes.
Senior portraits are usually done almost a year before graduation, but waiting has its advantages, like being able to show off your college choice…