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6 Photo Projects That Foster Family Connection

10 Dec14

Beryl Ayn Young is a photo mom and mentor who is teaching moms around the world to love their photos and life from behind the lens. She’s also the creator of the brand new Embrace class, connecting the whole family through photography using printed pictures and unique photo lessons. With the holidays just around the corner, you’re likely […]

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7 Tips for Photographing Siblings

7 Tips for Photographing Siblings

23 Sep14

DrewB is a family photographer and owner of DrewB Photography. She also writes a popular blog for moms who love photography called Mom*tog. I have a confession. I thought I only wanted one child. I was perfectly content with being a family of three. And then when my son was two and a half I thought, gosh, […]

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Tips for Summer Shooting – DrewB

16 Jul14

DrewB is a wedding and family photographer and owner of DrewB Photography. She also writes a popular blog for moms who love photography called Mom*tog. Shooting in the middle of the day is scary, even for the most seasoned photographer. However, we can’t always wait for the golden hour. Life happens 24 hours a day. Summer is […]

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Photography Fun for Kids Pt.2 – Ashley Ann Campbell

28 May14

Wildly passionate about her family, Ashley Ann Campbell captures the beautiful details of her life through a collection of powerful images and words called Under the Sycamore. If you’re looking to take incredible photos like the ones you see below, register for SnapShop, a workshop created for beginners looking to improve their photography. In my previous post, […]

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Phone Photography Tips for Kids

14 May14

Wildly passionate about her family, Ashley Ann Campbell captures the beautiful details of her life through a collection of powerful images and words called Under the Sycamore. If you’re looking to take incredible photos like the ones you see below, register for SnapShop, a workshop created for beginners looking to improve their photography. With five kids and […]

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Toddler Tuesday!

25 Feb14

Here is a beautiful collection of kiddos from our Mpixers. A huge thank you to all of those who submitted!  1. Papillion Penelope from Tracie Bea Photographie, 2. Harper Lilly from Nikki Melder Photos 3. This is what exhaustion looks like  from Aline – Lago Lastoria 4. Buster and TJ from Cheree Ball 5. Josiah reading to his little sister […]

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Picking a Photographer

13 May13

DrewB is a wedding and family photographer and owner of DrewB Photography. She also writes a popular blog for moms who love photography called Mom*tog. With so many photographers how do you know which one to choose for your family? Below are some tips that can help you decide which photographer to invest in for […]

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25% of Accordion Minis

25 Feb13

We have a little treat for our Mpixers – how about 25% off Accordion Minis through February 27? Just enter code MINI13 at checkout to receive the discount. Commemorate a big event, a first birthday or create a calendar to add a little love to each day. There are plenty designs to fit any occasion. […]

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New Growth Chart Designs

23 May12

We always have good intentions when it comes to tracking our little one’s growth – baby books, pictures – and then time slips away from us. Mpix makes it easy and fun to change all that. New Growth Chart designs are now available to record your little sprout’s milestones for years to come. This playful […]

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Photographing Young Children

01 May12

DrewB is a wedding and family photographer and owner of DrewB Photography. She also writes a popular blog for moms who love photography called Mom*tog. You wouldn’t know it, but my four year old hates to have his pictures taken. HATES it. He’s fine if I have the camera out and am snapping pictures of […]

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