While all those things probably make for a beautiful image— if your clients show up in white t-shirt and jeans, your images are going to fall short. 

Styling your clients and guiding them into picking out the right colors, texture, and style for their family is a huge part of every session,
which is why I invited Heather Kiesel to teach you all about her styling process for clients! She’ll walk you through the process of styling two families, one with teenagers and another with small children, so you can pass that knowledge on to your own clients and create timeless images that feel effortless!

Lastly, I’ll wrap up this all-encompassing family bundle with my batch editing workflow. From culling a session, to editing in ACR and then the final actions in Photoshop, you’ll see how I can deliver 200-600 (yes, SIX HUNDRED) images and have them done the day of the session!

This is the motherload bundle for family photographers!


What if I told you that your struggle with family session lighting has NOTHING to do with your lens, your camera or even the location? It has everything to do with where you place your clients—and I can’t wait to walk you through exactly how I get perfect skin tones, exposure and golden light!

This video is a part of our Family Deconstruction Series in the Collective MEMBERSHIP and that means it is an in depth breakdown of everything you need to know about what I’m looking for in terms of lighting my clients. I use this method around the world! So if you’re not shooting in a field in Indiana—that’s fine! I’ve shot on the beaches of Australia, the canals of Venice, the deserts of Phoenix and even on Gypsy land in Portugal—and every time this is going to be what I’m looking for!

On top of the secret to great lighting, you’ll get to watch me interact, pose and give prompts to this family of four!

Once you’ve mastered location, light, and posing you have hit the trifecta of creating family images right?

Nope.

While all those things probably make for a beautiful image— if your clients show up in white t-shirt and jeans, your images are going to fall short. 

Styling your clients and guiding them into picking out the right colors, texture, and style for their family is a huge part of every session,
which is why I invited Heather Kiesel to teach you all about her styling process for clients! She’ll walk you through the process of styling two families, one with teenagers and another with small children, so you can pass that knowledge on to your own clients and create timeless images that feel effortless!

Lastly, I’ll wrap up this all-encompassing family bundle with my batch editing workflow. From culling a session, to editing in ACR and then the final actions in Photoshop, you’ll see how I can deliver 200-600 (yes, SIX HUNDRED) images and have them done the day of the session!

This is the motherload bundle for family photographers!


PURCHASE FOR $180

The Family Bundle - $180

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What if I told you that your struggle with family session lighting has NOTHING to do with your lens, your camera or even the location? It has everything to do with where you place your clients—and I can’t wait to walk you through exactly how I get perfect skin tones, exposure and golden light!

This video is a part of our Family Deconstruction Series in the Collective and that means it is an in depth breakdown of everything you need to know about what I’m looking for in terms of lighting my clients. I use this method around the world! So if you’re not shooting in a field in Indiana—that’s fine! I’ve shot on the beaches of Australia, the canals of Venice, the deserts of Phoenix and even on Gypsy land in Portugal—and every time this is going to be what I’m looking for!

On top of the secret to great lighting, you’ll get to watch me interact, pose and give prompts to this family of four!

Once you’ve mastered location, light, and posing you have hit the trifecta of creating family images right?

Nope.


I’ve taken some of the most challenging parts of newborn sessions and put them into a bundle for photographers who want to level up their work when it comes to newborns! 

First up, the froggy pose! In this video I’ll answer all the usual questions like:

 ⁃ How many beans are too many beans? 
 ⁃ Where do I put the light?
 ⁃ Why can’t I get baby to keep their hands under their chin?
 ⁃ How do I make this composite believable?

This video is a part of our Newborn Deconstruction series in the Collective, so that makes it the most in depth froggy pose video around! I break this pose down step by step so you get to see every detail slowly unfold to help you make it a part of every session!

The next video in this bundle tackles another potentially tough part of any newborn shoot — incorporating older siblings, particularly TODDLERS. . .

Guest Collective instructor, Sherry-Lynn of Sherry-Lynn photography took on the daunting task of being filmed while toddler wrangling at a newborn session!

Anyone can photograph a compliant, happy older sibling with their new baby brother or sister. But what about a toddler who doesn’t want to sit still or be near the baby? That’s exactly what you’ll learn in this video that also covers her lighting, settings, wrapping, and posing with pre-teens as well as one wild toddler—you’ll be amazed at the resulting shot!

The last video in this bundle is an entire newborn session being edited, start to finish! Learn how to get your life back and give your clients short turn around times, while still preserving the quality of your work!

This bundle is the go-to bundle for newborns and it’s ONLY offered during Black Friday! Grab up your bundle before it’s gone!  



PURCHASE FOR $180

The Newborn Bundle - $180

Guest Collective instructor, Sherry-Lynn of Sherry-Lynn photography took on the daunting task of being filmed while toddler wrangling at a newborn session!

Anyone can photograph a compliant, happy older sibling with their new baby brother or sister. But what about a toddler who doesn’t want to sit still or be near the baby? That’s exactly what you’ll learn in this video that also covers her lighting, settings, wrapping, and posing with pre-teens as well as one wild toddler—you’ll be amazed at the resulting shot!

The last video in this bundle is an entire newborn session being edited, start to finish! Learn how to get your life back and give your clients short turn around times, while still preserving the quality of your work!

This bundle is the go-to bundle for newborns and it’s ONLY offered during Black Friday! Grab up your bundle before it’s gone!  

Click here to preview

I’ve taken some of the most challenging parts of newborn sessions and put them into a bundle for photographers who want to level up their work when it comes to newborns! 

First up, the froggy pose! In this video I’ll answer all the usual questions like:

 ⁃ How many beans are too many beans? 
 ⁃ Where do I put the light?
 ⁃ Why can’t I get baby to keep their hands under their chin?
 ⁃ How do I make this composite believable?

This video is a part of our Newborn Deconstruction series in the Collective MEMBERSHIP, so that makes it the most in depth froggy pose video around! I break this pose down step by step so you get to see every detail slowly unfold to help you make it a part of every session!

The next video in this bundle tackles another potentially tough part of any newborn shoot — incorporating older siblings, particularly TODDLERS. . .

Fly on the Wall Bundle

Fly on the wall Bundle Includes:
Family Fly on the Wall -$75
Mackallin Fly on the Wall- $55
Short Fly on the wall- $55
Long fly on the Wall- $100
Newborn Saftey Assistant Training Video- $75

Value: $360

Bundled Price: $275

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bundled pricing: $60

Family + Newborn  Prep Packet
(Not compatible with PS Elements)

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