Four Corners Photography


At Four Corners Photography, we believe in documenting the little moments. It is in those moments that the bigger story of your life's adventure is told.

How to choose a maternity and newborn photographer that is right for you!

Getting ready for a baby can already be a little might not feel like yourself physically as baby takes over, nesting might be at all time high, and you have to get ready to take care of this tiny human once you bring them home! One thing that shouldn't stress you out though is choosing a maternity and newborn photographer that is right for you. There are a lot of choices out there though, so I'd love to help you figure out what you are looking for (because sometimes you don't know) and how to find it.

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Don't feel awkward in front of the camera, just be together!

When I decided to do a shoot in Venice of just the two of us, I planned what we would wear and everything, but honestly dreaded the shoot itself. I always feel awkward in front of the camera and wasn't really sure what it would be like doing photos together without our little toddler running around. I was excited anyways and woke up early so we could get to St. Mark's Square before the tourism started for the day, but nothing was working for me...I had a sinus infection, my curling iron and dress steamer were both broken...but it was the best possible thing that could have happened!

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When your baby falls down during our session, we get back up!

Would you believe me if I told you pretty much every 2 year old that I photograph falls or gets a bump, bruise, or boo-boo during my sessions. It's not that we play rough or anything, often times, they just get so excited and that age just loves to explore and run around but they still haven't figured out how their body works just yet. I don't want to scare you, I just want you to know that it is NORMAL and if it happens to you, just stay calm, hold your baby, and know that your images will still be amazing from our session!

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Why I Almost Gave Up on Shooting Film - Maternity Session on Film at Athens Founder's Garden

I brought a few rolls of film to Athens, GA and got the opportunity to meet Anna and Daniel at the Founders Garden to capture this season of maternity for them before they met their sweet baby Arthur! It was a pretty dark day and I was super nervous because the Shacklefords are pretty amazing film photographers, but I did okay despite the sun being a little tricky! These are some of my favorite maternity images of 2017 and am so excited to share them with you, especially since they are all shot on my Contax 645 on medium format film <3!

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Liu Family - Atlanta family Mini Session
5 Fabulous Flower Girl Tips - Tips and Tricks on Somewhat Cooperative Flower Children

I think flower girls and boys are just so adorable and having one (or many) gives you the opportunity to invite another special someone in to celebrate your wedding day. This can be your own kiddo, nieces/ nephews, cousins, friend's's really a great way to incorporate more people you love into sharing in the wedding day. But, I hear so many hesitations from brides and grooms on bringing flower children into the wedding because they worry about behavior. That is a valid concern, but not one that should deter you from having flower children at your wedding!! Here are a few simple tips that you can do to help guide behavior in a positive direction and include those little kids we love so much!

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Three MUST HAVE twin newborn photography poses that I love!

What's better than photographing a newborn? Well, photographing two newborns of course!! I LOVE photographing twins, I think capturing the special bond they share with one another as well as with their parents is so beautiful and different. Maybe someday we will be blessed with twins, but for now, I will have to get my fill during newborn sessions like these. Henry and Hollis were the best babies and just wanted to snuggle with each other the whole session, it was the cutest thing! 

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