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Girl Boss Giveaway! - Lucid Linds Photography

Girl Boss Giveaway! - Lucid Linds Photography

“There are some people who still feel threatened by strong women. That’s their problem. It’s not mine.”
—Gloria Allred

A Halloween Cocktail to Impress Your Friends With...

A Halloween Cocktail to Impress Your Friends With...

I was asked by Wine Society to create and provide some images for a Halloween themed cocktail featuring their delicious red wine blend, Tempt for a collaboration with Thirsty Mag.

Anyone who knows me knows this was so up my alley I was giddy about it. Halloween is my favorite and I had a reason to play with dry ice? Insert * heart eyes *

The Who, What & Why Behind Lucid Linds

The Who, What & Why Behind Lucid Linds

I have learned what I love the most, helping other brands and businesses grow and make money. Your success feels like my success.

5 Statistics About Instagram Important to Your Business

5 Statistics About Instagram Important to Your Business

 60% of users say that they have learned about a product or service on the platform [Instagram]

How To Give Proper Photo Credit Told with Ryan Gosling GIFS

How To Give Proper Photo Credit Told with Ryan Gosling GIFS

“So copyright infringement is a real thing, as in it's the law. Giving proper credit to your photographer and the brands you work with is actually a much bigger deal than some may realize or even consider. It's really really really important that you understand the proper way to give credit.”

The Hair & Makeup Pro Behind Glam Co.

The Hair & Makeup Pro Behind Glam Co.

Elisa is an expert skincare esthetician, professional hair & makeup artist, cosmetic virtuoso, makeup tutorial YouTuber and owner of Nashville's, Glam Co. Elisa has become my go to hair & makeup artist that I recommend to any of my girls that are looking for hair and makeup styling before a shoot. 

6-ish Tips On How I Built My First Pallet Wall Backdrop

6-ish Tips On How I Built My First Pallet Wall Backdrop

“Not knowing how it would turn out I thought my best bet was to use something I could get for cheap, or free *cough cough*, and something I could recycle...even better. I hopped on Pinterest, looked at a few similar projects and decided to just go for it. I had two days off, it was 6am, I knew where I could grab some pallets outside of some warehouses in the nearby industrial parks, I have a truck and all the tools I needed, so off I went.”