My favorite being my 35mm. This summer I shot with my 35mm as well as 24mm and 85mm.
I love to travel with my kids.
Explore new hidden gems and experience well known spots.
for 10 hours, finding food they’ll eat. It’s all a fine line that needs to be balanced for everyone
I’ll also throw in some ideas that have saved my mental health after
years of going across land and ocean with my circus in tow, cause I’m cool like that.
The big one.
and discover your destination. This summer we stayed in a midcentury modern villa 5 minutes
from my parents home in Stockholm, in a remodeled farm house on the cliffs in Bretagne and in the most
You are staying. And You’d never even know theres the most white sand magical kid friendly beach 20min
Waiting in endless lines and its 110 degrees outside? You are exhausted. And Your kids are as well.
Sometimes it’s better to just drop it and leave the kiddos alone.
My daughter got stung by a bee waiting in line for a nutella crepe before we were
supposed to go on Le Carrousel De La Tour Eiffel. Yeah, we never made it on that carousel.
Instead she cried all night until we made it back to the hotel.
You find all the info needed on their website. You pick a day and time and can literally skip
every single line, huge time saver! The day we went there were thousands and thousands of people
waiting in line to buy tickets. Ugh. This also works for other locations. Look online for special
deals and ticket deals to museums and local attractions and skip the lines.
to look. I would never ask my kids to say cheeeese (cheese is for crackers!). I don’t mind
setting up the ‘scene’ if I have something specific in mind (magical golden sunset photos obviously
needs a magical sunset, on a beach haha) and thats about how far I’ll take it as far as orchestrating
the set up.
stay behind the camera all summer long.