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Anna Cappelli

Anna Cappelli

Anna is a Marketing Intern for Fracture. She loves belting show tunes in the car and doesn't hate anything but STRONGLY dislikes cilantro. And she's super passionate about Jesus, espresso and digital marketing.

Focus On Moments

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 says it’s all about capturing the feeling in the moment instead …

How to Capture Stunning Pictures of the Northern Lights

Every year the aurora borealis produce thousands of stunning and unique pictures. Those iconic shades of deep winter colors paint the sky with light, and you can’t help but stare at the pictures for more than a moment. But you might be wondering, where do you photograph them? When do you photograph them? How do you photograph them? We want to know too! So we’ve talked to some of our friends who are experts at the game, and this is …

Your 5 Most Asked Support Questions Answered

We all have questions, it makes us human. No one should be afraid of asking because there really is “no stupid question.” We get tons of questions every day, so our support team made this awesome help center to help answer your questions quicker, but we’ve also included what you’re most curious about in this post! What file specifications do you recommend for the best quality print? Getting a high-quality print is as simple as 1-2-3! We only accept .jpg, …

How to Take Better Photos of Your Dog

A dog is man’s best friend, but a dog is not man’s best photography model. Most dogs are playful and energetic, which makes them harder to photograph but not impossible. Dogs make really cute and funny expressions, and they will never criticize you for making their nose look big! However, capturing a sharp, well-composed snapshot of your best friend isn’t always as simple as “Sit! Stay!” Here are a few tips from our friends who have photographed more than 25,000 …