Category Archives: Family

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Fall Mini-Sessions – coming to your neighborhood!

It’s time again for Fall Mini-Sessions!! Space is limited this year, so make sure you know the dates!! Who: ANYONE! Just you; yousee more...

Rise + Shine!!

I’ve been hinting for weeks (I really didn’t mean to be a tease!!) and I’m to happy to  f i n a l l y  be able tosee more...

8 Tips For Photographing Kids

The very top question I get in emails, Facebook messages, and in workshops is, “HOW do I take better photos of my kids?!”see more...

Get them off your hard drive

“It’s been a hard day. You’re tired–and let’s face it–a little cranky. OK, a lot cranky. So to cheer yourself up, you walk over tosee more...

Put the camera down.

Sometimes I’m really blown away that we have the power to preserve something so intangible as love, connection, and joy. Seriously. Thinksee more...

One Year | Chattanooga Family Photography

Sunsets and downtown Chattanooga and families — a perfect recipe for a session. <3 __________ Emily Lapish is a full-timesee more...

How To Have Perfect Kids For Your Session

What? Stop laughing, IT’S POSSIBLE. The first step to having perfect kids is the most important: REDEFINE YOUR VERSION OFsee more...

How To Photograph A Large Group

I love large family sessions!! It’s priceless to have your entire family together, make memories, and have the photographs as familysee more...

The Best Family Photo Session EVER. | Chattanooga Family Photographer.

You can actually have a super-fun AND super-successful family photo session. It doesn’t have to be a chore that your family dreads,see more...

Road Trip: Welcome Home!

Everything feels strange. The television seems loud and barking; jarring. My children sleeping a whole two rooms away – so far. Thesee more...

Road Trip: So You Wanna Go?

So you wanna go on a road trip, huh? There’s a lot to consider in the planning phase. Where are you headed? Will you camp? Stay insee more...

Road Trip: Expectations Vs. Realities

It goes without saying that when you plan to do something huge that you’ve never done before, the research can only take you so far.see more...