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The Gift Of Fracture For Every Occasion

Have you ever faked it when you opened a present you didn’t like? Admit it, you’ve done it. I know I have. Where you act all excited and say “You shouldn’t have” and secretly, you really mean it? It’s not a great feeling. But buying gifts that really nail it is hard sometimes. That’s why photo gifts are so perfect. It’s already a special photo that celebrates friendship or family, and a special moment shared. Unique photo gifts can be …

It’s Spring, Grab Your Camera.

Hey guys, Anna here. Growing up in Florida has made me sort of a sunshine snob. In other words, I hate the cold. Winter is not too harsh around here, but it still gets dreary, so I’m more than ready for spring and all the fun that comes with it. My favorite part of spring is waking up on Easter morning, eating Italian Easter biscotti, and painting eggs with my siblings after church. The more I think about those moments, …

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 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 …

Rekindling An Old Love Of Photography With A New DSLR

My wife Julie had not touched a “real” camera for over 30 years. In that period of time, much has changed in camera technology since she used her Olympus Film camera. As a ballet dancer and instructor, she was interested in taking photos of dance back in the 1970s and ‘80s. She took two photography courses at a community college where she discovered that she had an exceptional eye for photo composition. But when that Olympus camera was stolen in …

Fracture Customer Love Stories That Will Make You Smile

Ahhh, love. Whether you’re blissfully in it, searching for it, or savoring the single life, we can all agree that nothing tugs at the heartstrings quite like a good romance. At Fracture, we believe that some of the most captivating love stories aren’t the classics on your summer reading list or the rom-coms in your Netflix queue. Instead, they are the ones that YOU have to share. We asked some of our customers to tell the swoon-worthy tales behind their …