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Capturing the Moments that Matter Most

Hey guys, it’s Anna, and I love how photos are basically like a form of time travel. Seriously! You’re able to capture a specific moment in time. Whether it’s the shot of your kids taking a break from fighting to play in a pile of leaves together or the first dance at your wedding. These moments have so much life and emotion in them. Those are the moments that matter. And when you really capture them, they should be celebrated and remembered. …

The Importance of MOMents

Hey guys, Anna here. Many of you probably know that Mother’s Day is just around the corner (if you didn’t, you’re welcome). So it’s time to start thinking back to your favorite MOMents (Yep, we went there). Maybe ones that make you laugh, maybe ones that always bring tears to your eyes. It’s important to focus on and cherish these memories. For me, it’s all the Disney princess songs my mom used to sing me to sleep with, all the …

Focus On Moments

<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span> Kahran Bethencourt and her husband own a photography business. We joined them on a photo shoot for a family in Atlanta (pictured here) to learn more about getting great family photos. Why take candid photos? “Candid photos are some of my favorite photos to capture because they really focus on a moment in time versus stiff, posed types of photos,” Kahran says. When it comes to candid photography, Kahran …

How to Make Memories Come to Life on Your Walls

The expression “if these walls could talk” has always inspired me. I believe your walls should talk. They are blank canvases in your home for full self-expression. One of the first comments people make when they enter my home is that they love how our walls tell a story. Our home is filled with beautiful art from family photos taken by both professional photographers and myself to art done by my children. I believe our walls should talk and tell …

Amazing Camp Counselors Empower Kids at Project Canoe

At Fracture, we love giving gifts. We also love celebrating individuals and organizations that give back to their community. Check out this story about a nonprofit summer camp from Ontario, Canada, called Project Canoe. The camp staff received Fractures as their annual gift last year. Executive Director Tim Richardson shared the story. What is Project Canoe? We use the outdoors, including wilderness canoe trips, to create a transformative environment in which youth develop life skills, social competencies and resiliency, thereby fostering …

How To Get Your Kids To Love Spring Cleaning

‘Tis the season for spring cleaning. Rather than handling all the chores yourself, here are 7 awesome ways to get the kids involved – and even excited about it. Motivate with Music Listen to upbeat music to get the kids – and the adults – motivated, no matter which cleaning tasks you plan on tackling. Use one of your workout playlists to inspire everyone into active mode, or just pick some fun songs from a Youtube or Spotify playlist. Allow …