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Welcome! Here's where we post most everything... from weddings and engagement sessions, to our personal vacations and thoughts. This blog is a great way to follow us and keep in touch. Our hope is that you are encouraged and inspired, along with giving you ideas.

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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Our New Site and Blog Are Live!!!!!

It brings us much happiness to be able to make this announcement as it means we can finally share with you some of our most recent work in a totally new way. A very special THANK YOU to Big Folio for creating a blog that is completely customized and original to our brand!

This blog will still be here for those of you interested in seeing featured images from the past, however, to see our newest creations, CLICK HERE to be redirected.

Our New Blog's Address:

Monday, April 26, 2010

Changes are Coming!!!

We've been working hard on some new updates and changes around here and we're so close to finally being able to share them with you (two of them at least)! Get a glimpse of what's to come by watching the preview below.

A special thanks to Meiko for allowing us to use her song "Reasons To Love You" to share this news with you. To hear the whole song or for more music from Meiko, visit her MySpace page.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Reaching for Greatness - How to achieve it?

Success. It's a really hard word to define. For some it maybe raising their children to know each day they are loved and cherished, for others it's a life well lived. Many of us carry so many hats that we find success may not mean the accomplishment of just one thing, but many.

As individuals, we look for many ways to stand out and leave our stamp on the world. There's blogs, facebook, twitter, books, magazine's, newspapers and list goes on and on. It's seems the number of ways we can stand out are endless and so many of us find ourselves effortlessly working to keep ourselves from vanishing into the woodwork. So, what do we do? How do we leave that piece of ourselves that others will cherish?

I've recently been thinking about what makes a person great and I've come to the conclusion that it is not who we lead, the number of people on our mailing list, or the amount of temporary popularity we can achieve, but rather who we choose to serve. It is a person's dedication and love for others that is not only admirable but worth remembering for a lifetime.

The video I've attached below really made me stop and realize that greatness does not require anything other than love and specifically selfless love for others. The video below shares facts with you about one of the greatest leaders known to human history. And, despite personal beliefs or where you may rest on various religious topics, I think we can all learn from the influence this one man had on not only his generation but every generation since his existence.

One Solitary Life from Jenna Preston on Vimeo.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

NE Wedding Day Blogs Destination Engagement

Recently, some images from Jesse and Linden's destination engagement session were featured on Nebraska Wedding Day magazine's blog under their "Things We Love" section.

To view more images from Jesse and Linden's session: click here

To view Nebraska Wedding Day's blog post: click here

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Nashville Portrait Session w/ Ashley Fisher

While in Nashville at David Bean's workshop, we had a portrait session with Ashley Fisher. Below are some of our favorite images from the day. Our thanks to David for hosting a wonderful workshop about commercial imagery and being so open to sharing with us. Shane and I really enjoyed our time in Nashville and can't wait to go back.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

United States Professor of the Year

Two weeks ago we were hired for a photo shoot by the University of Nebraska at Kearney for a professor who was soon to be named "Top US Professor of the Year" by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Rick Miller was one of only four in the nation to be given this title for the 2009 year. This is the first time a professor in Nebraska has received this honor.

To read articles that have currently been published click on one of the links below:
USA Today
Kearney Hub
Omaha World-Herald
Inside Higher Ed