Door County, Wisconsin is one of my all-time favorite places in the Midwest. With summer quickly approaching, I’ve put together the Ultimate Door County Travel Guide!
I’ll continue to add and update this list as I come across them but for now, here are five Wisconsin coffee table books that you might enjoy checking out!
I recently partnered with TRESemmé to check out their new line of Compressed Micro-Mist Hair Sprays and yesterday was the perfect day to try it out on a simple braid in one of my favorite locations: the woods.
Start your day off right with these five easy early morning habits!
Seeing the northern lights is one of the coolest life experiences out there. Here are my tips on how to photograph the northern lights.
One of my favorite things is photographing animals. Here are five tips for capturing your furry friends!
I love setting goals and aspirations at the beginning of the year. Here are a few of my 2018 goals!
ISO is one of the three main pillars of photography. I’ve created guides for aperture and shutter speed, so now check out my beginner’s guide to ISO!
I thought I’d give you an inside look at my beginner photography workshops with a few photos I took during the last one!
There are three main components in order to achieve proper exposure: Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO. In this beginner’s guide, I will go over shutter speed!
Check out my super simple beginner’s guide to aperture!
Capturing sun flares is actually fairly simple. Keeping reading for tips and tricks!
Tucked away in the middle of Wisconsin’s Northwoods, sits an 800-acre gem that you need to see to believe. After reading this, Palmquist Farm will be your next Midwestern getaway.
It’s that time of year. Snowy trails, iced-over lakes, and bitter cold temperatures. Here are five tips for photographing this season.
It has been a busy year for me! Here’s a fun 2017 recap of what I got up to this past year.
I want to help you find your camera! I’ve compiled a list of the best cameras for every budget.
Depth of field can be a tricky thing to wrap your mind around. Here I’ve laid out five tips to help understand it further.
Why not make these cold, blustery months about coziness and adventure? Here I have six Midwestern things you should try this winter.