Under Construction

I like to think that I have all the time in the world to do all of the creative, crafty marketing stuff I have lined up for my photography business. Finishing my website has been at the top of that list for, oh, 2 years??! Time to get it together Rheanna!

The good news is, that my website is currently under construction. The bad news? My website is currently under construction. 🙂 Trying to find time in my hectic life is like trying to find a magic unicorn in a doughnut shop giving away a dozen free doughnuts. But, alas, I have set a goal for a complete go live of March first, and I intend to meet that goal.

In the meantime, stay tuned for my blog posts. My in-process goal is to post at least three times a week. I will be posting tips and tricks for preparing for your photo session, guest blogs that I think are amazing, and if my ambition doesn’t get the better of me, I will be posting a weekly photo challenge.

So stay tuned – and please forgive the fact that hardly any of my website links have content. Coming soon!

 

Sunny Hugs,

Rheanna

Back to Shootin’ (and bloggin’)

Well, well, well….look who’s back! 🙂 It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged – in fact, I can’t remember the last time I blogged. That’s either a sign that I have been way too busy in the last year, or I’m getting old. Either way – time to get back in the saddle again!

The last year has been crazy to say the least. So crazy, in fact, that I decided that I needed to take a little break from blogging and photography. It wasn’t an easy decision, but it was right for me and my family at the time. But, along with the crazy, a lot of exciting and inspiring things have happened in the last year, and they have made me all the more ready to get back out there and do what I love. I have dusted off my camera, and am ready for action!

A few weeks ago, I did an engagement session for a sister friend of mine. It was an awesome session, and one filled with a lot of love (and an endless amount of laughs!). These two make my heart smile, and the bond that they share together radiates in their photographs.  We spent some time down on the waterfront in Vancouver, Washington (one of my favorite spots), in what I can only describe as ethereal lighting conditions, on a somewhat cloudy afternoon. Days like that make me thankful I have the ability to capture beautiful moments to create lasting memories for my clients. I greatly look forward to their big day in May.

Congratulations Kathy and John!

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