Category Tips and Advice

Best Places to Take Photos in Dallas

Over the past three years of living downtown in the Big D, I’ve been lucky to shoot in a lot of really cool locations. When I first moved here, I spent a wholeee lotta time on Pinterest and scouring the internet to find some of the most picture-worthy local spots to visit. So in spirit of giving back to the online community that helped me navigate the city, here’s my contribution: the 5 best spots to take photos in Dallas.

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How to Start Your Photography Business in a New State

Equal parts exciting and scary, right? Three years ago, I found myself in the exact same position you’re in. I didn’t know one single person in the whole state of Texas. Every friend, job and client I am lucky to now have in my life came from scratch. If I can do it, so can you. This advice all comes from the standpoint of a photographer, but I truly feel these tips can be applied to any business owner who is relocating. What I’m here to tell you is: it’s completely doable and here’s how.

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Why Every Photographer Should Visit Moab

I’m laughing as I try to find a way to begin this post because the first word that comes to mind as I describe our trip is WOW. Kelsey Haley Media, NAC Photography and I said WOW so many times as we drove through the southeast corridor of Utah, I think you could have made a drinking game out of it and ended up on the floor really quickly.

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Grits Rule

That’s what you’ll read along the banner of Ellen’s Restaurant here in Dallas: “Grits Rule”. If that doesn’t say welcome to the south, then I don’t know what does!

Being from New England, things like “grits” aren’t really in my vocabulary so it was quite the interesting and exciting experience to work with Ellen’s Restaurant and all it’s southern flair last week. The Ellen’s team sources and combines their ingredients in incredibly thoughtful ways to make absolutely delicious dishes with a southern twist. It’s unlike anywhere I’ve eaten before.

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