Molly Ilse Photography

Moncton Adventure Sessions | Sarah + Alex

Adventure Sessions are pretty self explanatory. It’s all in the name - turning an adventure, into a session. I’ll follow you around while you do what you love best, while occasionally stopping to snap some posed photos, but keeping lots of candid moments. We can go hiking, swimming, shopping - whatever you want! These shoots are designed for the adventurous, the couple who doesn’t want a typical one hour posed photoshoot, or even just the couple that can’t settle on just one location or one photoshoot idea. 

In New Brunswick, we have limitless options for adventures, and I can’t wait to see all the ideas my amazing clients have. For now, enjoy Sarah + Alex’s Adventure Session. We spent the day exploring New Brunswick, and we kicked it off with some coffee and downtime in their home. 

From there, we went on a mini-hike to find a unique man-made waterfall in Riverview, followed by a picnic in the park.

We ended off the shoot with a bonfire at sunset on the beach. Interested in more info on adventure sessions? Contact me today.

Community Over Competition

Community Over Competition. It sounds easy, but the reality is much more difficult. Being an artist and a business owner without feeling any jealousy towards other photographers is nearly impossible, but it’s so important to remember that connecting with others can be key to your businesses success. 

When I first started photography, I was full of insecurity and jealousy. I thought everyone was so much better than I was, and that made me so bitter. It took me months to unlearn this thought process, and begin seeing other photographers as my COMMUNITY. When my thought process transformed, so did my business, and suddenly I was learning new skills, getting more clients, and feeling much more secure in my business. 

How do you start changing your mindset? Talk to other photographers. Befriend them, get coffee with them, attend business events, and join groups! We’re all here to help you with your business, don’t be too scared to reach out. 

And speaking of community, check out this babe (Sharlie Faye Photography) looking fabulous in Cuba. 

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