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Category Archives: casey and her camera

casey and her camera specializes in family, couple, lifestyle, senior, and wedding photography in Indianapolis, Indiana and surrounding areas.

I’ve been wanting to order sample custom albums for quite some time now… so much so that it was on my Indianapolis Photographer goal list for last year. And since I ordered an overload of products from my own family session last fall, I decided it was time to get you guys some sample albums. My clients […]

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Every year (usually in January, but April is better than never!) I like to sit down and do some dreaming for the upcoming year. It started out as just goal-setting, but dreaming big is so much more fun than just goal setting… and now my dreams roll over from year to year! A couple of […]

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Truth: I am really attached to my hair. I don’t mean just literally, that much is obvious, but it’s who I am. My hair is such a big part of my personal identity – it’s how I feel… me. Photo by: Kimberly Reid Photography

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Last month I saw an awesome post about how Sue Bryce got her very first camera returned to her as a gift from the woman who had bought it. This post sent me on a mental hunt to find out what had happened to my own first camera. Of course, during this journey down memory lane […]

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There are only two times I can remember Pogo ever needing me. She was the most independent creature I ever knew, and looking back now, I can see just how alike we were. They say that dogs resemble their owners, and while Pogo and I didn’t share any physical characteristics, emotionally we were almost one in the same. […]

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A couple of months ago I stumbled across Beauty Revived and got involved during their 50 Most Beautiful Mothers Campaign. Recently I was asked to join Beauty Revived as the Indiana state rep for this massive empowerment movement and I could only think of one answer: YES. Having spent the last 8 years working with high […]

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