Before I take a little break for the holidays I wanted to share with you my most recent post to be published on Shutterloveonline.com! That's right, more holiday lights photo tips to inspire you! I've put together 5 Tips for Using Christmas Lights to Make Your Images Sparkle. holiday lights photo tips, neyssa lee photography,

There are still a few spots left for my February workshops. Wrap up a spot to nestle under your tree. I promise, it's a gift she (or you, if you're buying for yourself) will love! Sign up before December 24th at midnight to save 20% using the code "earlybird."

I also want to take the time to wish you a Merry Christmas. May your day be merry and bright and full of love and laughter. (I'm sounding like a Christmas song, but I truly mean it). Capture your kids as they open presents, but don't be afraid to give someone else the camera, or to set it down to enjoy the day yourself.

With that, I leave you with a few holiday photos from this year. Like our yearly Santa photo!holiday lights photo tips, Snoqualmie Photography Workshop, Neyssa Lee PhotographyAnd using my own photo tips, I took a few of the kids in front of our tree! They were too cute not to share (and I want to prove, that they do smile for me, it was just the scary Santa that got Sawyer all worked up). I'm not that mean of a mommy!holiday lights photo tips, Snoqualmie Photography Workshop, Neyssa Lee Photography

Milo is giving Sawyer a hug here. It just melts my heart, they are so sweet together!holiday lights photo tips, Snoqualmie Photography Workshop, Neyssa Lee PhotographyThis girl loves chocolate chips. She just might be reaching for one! But it looks like she's going to give me a big hug, right?!holiday lights photo tips, Snoqualmie Photography Workshop, Neyssa Lee Photography

Merry Christmas to you and your families!

*Neyssa, Derek, Milo, Sawyer (& Sadie)*

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