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    Hello and Welcome

    I’m Nicole and I’m so glad you found me here in Grand Junction, CO and on my website! If you’ve come looking for a photographer with a great eye and a lot of fun…you’ve found her. If you came looking for some photography tips and tricks, and maybe a yummy recipe here and there, then you’re at the right place as well!

    Whether your friend or google referred you…I’m glad we found each other. Go ahead and take a look at my portfolio. If you need some quick photography tips, check out this post about lighting. If you're loving what you're seeing, make sure you contact me. I actually get really excited when I get new messages from you guys!

    I can’t wait to hear from you! I love photography and more than that, I love the people I work with. You guys make my job so fun and I hope to make your session or wedding day a blast in return! Please look around the site, enjoy, and be sure to send me a note!

Category Archives: Tips

As a photographer, I strive to make your photo session simple and enjoyable! The final product of your photo session, however, is often the creation of beautiful portrait display in your home and to enjoy for years to come. The best way to create a portrait display is to complement the images and the style […]

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Introducing “Snap Happy”…my photography 101 class.  I have friends and clients alike, telling me they’d wish they knew a little more about photography, or maybe just want to understand their camera a little better.  Some have even mentioned they are totally intimidated by the fancy new camera they got as a special gift.  If this […]

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The “Rule of Thirds”…have you heard of it?  You probably have…but many of you may have not!!  Before I realized I even had an interest in photography, I attended a super Saturday at my local church.  It was basically a Saturday full of crafting.  We had to sign up for certain crafts and someone would […]

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I recently had a friend/reader who asked me why you shoot at different distances…what are the pros and cons?  At first I thought it’s just kind of personal preference, but the more I thought about it, there is a definitely reason behind shooting up close and personal or shooting far away. Fist off, I prefer […]

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