Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Weekly Feature | Kristina McCaleb Photography

Hi Mamas! This week we have another fabulous guest with us - we are so lucky to have Kristina of Kristina McCaleb Photography. Make sure you go and show her page and work some love. This week she has picked the theme {signs of spring.} 

Now - let's get to know Kristina!


Describe your work in three words.
Happy. Simple. Authentic.


Give us a photography related goal you hope to accomplish?
I would really like to find myself as an artist. I know that lots of people tell you that you have to do that first but I don’t think that I have yet. I think I am currently growing and becoming the artist that I think I am. I don’t think it comes easy to some of us. And that is ok. I get to try on so many hats before I find what is me. 


If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live and what is something you'd like to photograph from there?
I would live in an rv and travel around the US. I would probably love living in France also but I really love seeing all the beauty in the United States. We are fans of visiting the national parks, so I would love to photograph different areas and life in the national parks. 


What are the biggest challenges you have overcome in your photography?
The biggest challenges I have overcome is being ok with my journey. Comparison can really hurt us because it is so easy to see what others are doing. Or really it is easy to see what we think they are doing. I remember a girl telling me that I was successful once and I wanted to ask her why she thought that? At the time I didn’t think I was, so it must have been the little bits of the world that I put out there that made her think I was. 


What is your best advice you would give yourself if you could go back to the beginning? 
Take your time! Don’t rush it. It isn’t a race that we are winning.



Keep your {signs of spring} submissions coming in and have a great rest of the week!

XOXO, Allison and the Mama's 



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