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When you start offering clients 50 different actions on 50 different images, their eyes glaze over. They get confused and can lose sight of your brand. If you want to get ahead of the game, clear up your schedule for more sessions or family time (which is our case), you have to be confident in your editing and other processes you use to achieve your brand’s look. Here’s how we keep our studio’s images on- brand.

I’m Suzanne Phillips, Blair Phillips’s other half in business, marriage and parenthood. Although our roles are extremely different at the studio, they complement one another in the final product. It’s very simple: He photographs and I edit (and so much more, but that’s another article in itself).

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