Why Digitals and Discs are FINALLY Dying – The Resurrection of Professional Prints


If you’re a client of mine you’ve seen the image below in my BraskaJennea Magazines.  If we’ve met in person you’ve seen the “Oompah Loompah” Wal-Mart and Shutterfly prints, and the “Vampire Grey” Walgreen’s prints alongside their professional lab counterparts. You’ve felt the paper quality differences as well from my Kodak Endura Professional as opposed to “Photo Paper”.

I’m so thankful to finally see the rise again back to full service Professional Photography…helping clients have beautiful, tangible, prints showcasing our works of heart to hang in their homes…instead of just on social media!

There’s a big cry right now for “Give me digitals, or I’m gone!”, but walk into a traditional Portrait Studio that’s been around awhile, and that “disc” you walk out with winds up only being for your own personal computer use.  Most don’t include a print release, and they’re sized so small they look strange on social media, and for good reason.

They, like me, don’t want their beautiful works of art butchered by retail printers and cheap retail ink that’s only going to fade or yellow like those prints your parents have of you in that box in the closet.  Keeping them low res is a necessity because sadly enough if people can jack your work with a shoddy screen grab or download from Facebook that looks distorted from stretching to print a 4×6 then by jolly they will.

Thankfully though people are finally coming back to the realization that those “old school” Portrait Shops have hung onto all along….digital media changes, the technology we had 5 years ago is hard enough to navigate, much less finding readers or software to load discs and programs from 20 years ago.

Computers even now are rumored to start rolling out sans a CD drive at.all.  Children today have no idea what a land line phone or Walkman is!

Who’s to say that in 10 years, much less 100, people will even know what a .JPG file is…or how to view it?

I think my First thru 3rd grade years were made perfect simply by a “Computer Game” on an ooooold, HUGE, Macintosh computer.  The one, the only, OREGON TRAIL!

Up there with programming exploding fireworks later in 7th and 8th grade in DOS Command Prompt those were the highlights of my Elementary School career.

I still remember when that box of O.T. GIANT floppy discs came out of the cabinet!  It was GAME TIME!  I was about to cross some rivers, kill some food, and catch some illness that could take me or my family out all while battling thieves, weather, and busted wagon problems.

They seemed like they were 10×10 back then, but now I know they were really only 5.25″ squares.  Later in school we learned we could save our work to those floppy discs….they were multipurpose!

A few years after that we got those 3.5″ Hard floppy discs. A lot smaller, could hold “a lot” more, and were much more durable than their large counterparts.

I still have a box of my first ever digital camera pictures, and work from high-school and college, saved to those discs.  Ahhhh the memories they must hold.

But…there’s one *TIIIIIINY* problem….

There’s no way to access them!  I tried plugging in an old Floppy Reader a couple of years ago to my laptop….nothing happened.  I made sure they were unlocked so I could read them, and nada.

So, while I get it, we’re a digital society, I must ask you this important question…What would you do if your parent’s or grandparent’s wedding images were solely stored on one of these bad boys?  BJP Weddings Investment Website image4

What if that CD breaks, gets lost in a move, or your child scratches it?  What if your external and/or computer hard drives crash, at the same time, (ask me all about that one!)?

Someone recently said “But we have the Cloud so we don’t have to worry about that!”

Really?  You’re 100% comfortable, and certain, that some unseen super computer server somewhere in the universe won’t evvvver fail?

You’re positive that with all of the recent data breaches stealing credit card info, and leaking images stolen from celeb’s phones and cloud storage systems that your photos are ALWAYS going to be safe and stored?

You have a lot more faith in that system than I do.

I pay my WONDERFUL Online Gallery people at Shootproof.com archival fees each month to back-up my client’s images for at least three-years (after that I think it just gets a little expensive storing hundreds of thousands of images), but if their site, or the Cloud, or Pixieset, or Pass, etc… were to be hacked, or fail, or what.ev.er, how would you view your memories?

My liability is gone after I deliver your products, storing for as long as I do is merely a courtesy.

If your Facebook account got deactivated how would you get those images back that were on that phone you had 5 years ago and never saved?

If your phone got water damaged and refuses to boot up any longer how would you view those images of your child’s birth and life that you had stored no place else?

Yes, if Heaven forbid you had a fire, a flood, a natural disaster, etc… that ruined your prints, digitals might save you…that is if the media format you had them saved on somehow survived, but chances are that disc is gone too.

So, don’t ask me for “Just a CD”.  That’s not the BJP way.  It used to be, but I turned a corner 3 years ago, and I want my clients to have tangible parts of their legacy to pass down.

I wan them to have tangible heirlooms they can flip through at Christmas in a giant box that’s so worn it’s about to fall apart from all the family memories tucked away inside,a nd all of the times it’s been passed around after stuffing ourselves with turkey and pie.

There really isn’t a comparison for professional archival quality prints that you know will look just as vibrant and transcendent long after you’re gone.

Once you see a Bride looking like a sunburned orange fictional character out of Willy Wonka accusing you of tampering with her images, or an image you edited of a beautiful pink, warm, newborn looking grey and lifeless hanging on a client’s wall, that’s it.  You educate, educate, educate, and become a “hybrid” print and select few digitals photography business.

Plus hanging a disc on your wall just looks silly 😉

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Print your client’s memories.  Show them the comparisons in your studio, or online like this one. And if you can find one show them an old school Floppy Disc.  We owe it to them to help them pass these memories on, and stand the test of time!

Happy Printing!

xoxo,  B

Sheby’s Senior Prom – Fletcher Park Portraits – Cleveland, TN Photographer


I’ve known this beauty since she was a youngin’ in my old youth group. It’s been amazing watching her grow into this brilliant, talented, people loving young woman. I still can’t believe she’s about to start college!

We did her Senior Prom portraits back right before her graduation at Fletcher Park in Cleveland, TN, and even from just the few months between her Senior Portraits at the Ocoee River til now she’s somehow gotten more radiant.

Her coral sequined gown glittered in the sunset, and her beau’s sunglasses lent us the perfect means to capture the “apple of his eye” in his Oakley Sunglasses. It was one sweet Senior Prom portrait session, and the weather couldn’t have been more perfect…the storm held of until a few minutes after they left!

She’s now a Walker Valley High graduate now getting ready to start a CNA program, and then College this August. I have no doubt Shelby will take this world on with a beautiful grace, and ease….she gets it from her momma!

Bruce and Renee thank you for choosing me to capture Shelby’s senior year! It’s my extreme honor to know you all, and call you friends!
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Bridal Makeup Tips – The Beauty of Lash Extensions: A Nightmare Turned Fairy-Tale – Weddings 101


Today’s blog post is a personal one. An informational horror story turned fairytale.

Brides, are you worried about crying on your wedding day? Moms, worried about mascara running down your face as your baby walks down the aisle? Maids, worried the heat will melt your mascara, and for tears to run it down your face watching your BFF get married? I’ve always coached my BJBrides towards Eyelash Strips to OOMPH their lashes on Wedding Day without a ton of mascara (and my Seniors, Headshots, and Boudoir wives too), but these are BETTER! WAYYYY BETTER!

LASH EXTENSIONS are the way to go! Seriously one application lasts 2 to 3 weeks (they shed off with your natural lash shed cycle), so think of not having to worry about mascara running! Think of not having to take those “bare lash” honeymoon images so many of your friends have had to take because either there’s not much time to maintain mascara in and out of the water, or island hopping. NO mascara needed, but yet you still have lashes!!! It’s possible, and here’s my story on how I FINALLY got my dream come true….albeit I took an unnecessary long route to get it.

I’ve known about eyelash extensions for a few years. Being an AVID strip eyelash wearer for over 10 years (started when I first sold Mary Kay wayyyy back in the day, and am now selling it again because I just loooove the stuff…ESPECIALLY the eyeshades!!!) the idea intrigued me.

I know…I know…most of you who’ve seen me would never would’ve guessed, but I suffered from eyelash shame and envy! I hate my natural lashes! I mean they just make the eyes POP when they’re long and lush…so I faked em…and I faked em goooood!

I’ve ALWAYS had sad, tiny, thin, blonde , SHORT natural lashes, and wearing tons of mascara only gunked them up into those “spider leg” looking messes you’ve probably seen on others who over do it. This resulted in a MESS if it was hot or I got them wet.

Strip lashes were good, but having to tack the edges back on every 2-3 days so I could wear them a few days longer was a pain…and again getting them Wet was NOT an option (even if the glue says “waterproof”)!

Being a photographer of course I’m photographing most of the time out in the heat, sweating, scrunching my eyes, for hours, even all day at weddings, so hoping and praying my strips weren’t coming literally unglued was always a small worry in the back of my mind! I mean who wants to be the professional photographer with BANGIN eyelashes one minute, and the next have them almost falling off?

Fast forward to my awesome Pastor’s wife Karen moving her Massage Therapy business into the Gallery Salon & Spa across the street from my downtown Athens, TN studio. She got them done months ago, and one day I noticed her eyes popped more than normal soooo being my nosey, inquisitive self I chimed “are those your real lashes?”

She copped to the truth immediately singing the praises of one of the Salon gals who was certified in Xtreme Lash Extensions…Angie Dixon! I heard the price and initially I had a little “Sticker shock”…fast forward again to a little more than two weeks ago.

I’d FINALLY saved up the “mad money” to do it, and for a couple of fill-ins, so I called….Angie was booked out to the end of April…I was IMPATIENT! I had the cash…wedding season was coming FAST like a train on the tracks….I wanted them YESTERDAY!

SO, the conversation in my head goes something like this… “Oh I’ll go get them done in Knoxville, and I can Angie do my fill ins!” I set out on my lash extension Google search, and THREE HOURS LATER I had paid my deposit, and booked an appointment for Tuesday (one week before Angie’s first available). These were going to be DOUBLE the price of Angie’s Initial Extensions+First Fill In. Again my thoughts went: “Oh that’ll be great! I’m paying more, but at least if I’m paying double in a bigger town I know they’ll be as good as Angie’s!”

Fast forward one.last.time. After 2.5 hours of being told just how “bad” my eyelashes were…how “short and fine” they were…how “difficult” they were…AND then a FIFTEEN MINUTE session of “combing”…I was permitted to see THIS with a hand mirror…

Per this company’s website these lashes are applied “…by a certified Eyelash Extensions Stylist for a NATURAL look and feel.” Is there anything “NATURAL” about this….???? They don’t even go all the way to the corners, there are huge gaps…and I don’t want to focus on the CROOKED-NESS!
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My nerves were SHOT! I KNEW there was no way these were coming off easily…or fast…I was panicking…shaking…and panic-stricken! “I’m NOT paying for THIS!” I was screaming in my head as I took a closer look in the bathroom.

As I walked to the front desk “to pay” my “certified lash stylist” was already busy with another appointment so I asked to speak to the salon director who tried to excuse the shoddy job with “well the lashes take on the shape or direction of your natural lashes”. I exclaimed my natural lashes DO NOT look like the Mad Hatter and pulled out the “before” image below….
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Do those lashes look like they have lashes running all sideways across my lash line? Huge GAPS between them? Ummmm..NO! She was very polite, even as I was still trying to just hold it together. She offered to have them removed right then (ANOTHER HOUR) by the same gal who’d just put them on, and assured me “She’ll do it with a smile, and without begrudging you!”

I declined, and asked for an appointment another day later in the week to come in and have them removed…they issued my refund, and I’ve never been back! I sent pictures to Angie and she called me later with advice on how to get them off since our schedules didn’t align for me to come see her and her remove them…I was STUCK looking like THIS for a WEEK! And all because I was impatient!

I did the best I could to make them look semi-“normal” that next week, but I wore A LOT of sunglasses…even at night…to hide my HORRIDEOUS mess that was supposed to resemble something like “eye-lashes”. Even following the advice I was given to remove them on my own FAILED 😦
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Tuesday the 29th at 9:20a.m. I entered The Gallery to have my poor little lashes babied by THE BEST…and THE BEST resides in a tiny little town btw…not a big city!

She busted up the CLUMPS of glue that were holding those pieces of junk to my real lashes, and after all was said and done my little lashes were a lot worse for the wear. I now had BALD SPOTS where the previous “certified lash stylist” had glued 3 AND 4 of my lashes to ONE extension…but yet their website states “…single synthetic strands of eyelashes applied ONE by ONE directly to your individual eyelashes with a medical grade adhesive…”

This was the “After” when all the junk was removed….
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Two Hours later (removing the trash and applying the new ones!) I was allowed to see something I’d wanted ALL.MY.LIFE…LASHES!!!! I squealed! I.HAD.LASHES!!!! ME!!! And they FINALLY looked NATURAL!!!!!!!!!!! (Sorry not sorry for all the !!!!! I was and still am sooooo ecstatic!!!!)

Top: What Angie was stuck removing…and then working with… Bottom: Lash Extension BRILLIANCE!  *She’s even trained how to handle crooked natural lashes…or in my case…GAPS/BALD SPACES!*
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So, to all my Brides-to Be, and any gal really, I want you to know not all Lash Extensions are created equally, and you DEFINITELY need to research and INSIST on seeing MULTIPLE before and afters the stylist has done! Angie has TONS she’s ready to show at the drop of a hat…the other salon’s website only have what look to be stock images…and only TWO total at that.

I should’ve known better! I tell potential clients, and Brides in general, to make sure they see samples of entire wedding portfolios (i.e. EVERY image they deliver to a wedding client) to make sure they have consistant quality, retouching, and edit style to ALL images delivered, so I should’ve forced that issue and demanded to see proof of this “certified” status. Instead I assumed just because the price was higher, in a place that does skin rejuvenation, botox, and more, and in a “big city” that these would be “awesome”…well they were awesome….awesomely HORRIBLE!

Xtreme Lashes are required to have true certification by completing classes, and this other salon was NOT a certified Xtreme Lash Salon (they did at least tell me they “don’t use Xtreme”, so that should’ve been a small warning!) Now I’m not saying Xtreme are the only way to go, but here in my experience so far their people are THE BEST! SO, do your research, demand to see samples they themselves have done, and look to smaller towns for top of the line, but less expensive, ROCK STARS like our own Lash Diva Angie Dixon.

Seriously I cannot say enough about this gal!!! She’s at the Gallery Salon on North Jackson Street, and if you tell her Braska sent you you’ll get a special New Client rate 😉 Seriously though IT’S FANTASTIC…and so will your lashes be!!!

XOXO loverlies!
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After 3 showers, and combing them nightly (or anytime I itch my allergy eyes and askew them!) They still look totally REAL!!! and…..NO MASCARA!
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Downtown Senior Session – Miss Mikela 2014 – Athens, TN Photographer


I first met this pretty little red-head 2 years ago for her Sweet 16 session, and it’s hard to believe she’s already a Senior!

It’s amazing the young woman she’s blossomed into, and I’m excited to see who she’ll become as life goes on. She has fiery spirit, infectious smile, contagious laugh, and a wonderful goofball side that reminds me a lot of myself. Her penchant for funny faces and poses may just rival my own…and that’s fantastic…because I love funny faces.

We met up at the studio to start off our session, and then headed outside for a few using the beauty that is Downtown Athens’ old buildings. It was looking like rain, but it held off for her session and we finished with brilliant and perfect light. She made photographing her a breeze, and is a true natural in front of the camera. Absolutely a blast!

Thank you to Mikela, and Momma Jennifer, for allowing me the privilege to freeze this milestone in time. XOXO, B

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Ocoee River Senior Portraits – Miss Shelby – Cleveland, TN Photographer


I’d hoped it would rain…I had a big grand plan for the rain. Alas, no such luck…a little lightning yes, but no rain.

I’ve known shelby since she was a LITTLE bitty girl. It’s literally mind boggling where time has gone, and now…she’s a SENIOR!

She has such a sparkling personality, and smile to match. I know her parents are insanely proud of the young woman she’s become.

We headed up to the Ocoee Whitewater Center, site of the 1996 Whitewater Olympics, to start her session. It’s really a killer spot just to walk around, and soak up nature’s beauty all while listening to the rushing waters.

Shelby had no fear and headed out on some rocks in her pretty sandals like.a.champ! We then loaded up and made the trek up Chilhowee to Lake McCamy to snag some images at the BREATHTAKING overlooks that flank the sides of the road as you make the 7 mile winding journey to the top.

A few hornets decided to make us their mission to run off, but Miss No fear just stood there like a boss! I, however, was FREAKING out! Ha!

We finally made it to the lake just as the sun sank completely out of site, and clouds started to briskly roll in…but still…no rain. 😦 It worked out splendidly though as the water was just calm enough to give me what I’d also hopped for…reflections. I had Shelby don a hair wreath I’d whipped up earlier in the day and the compliment it made with her green dress was more than I’d hoped for!

She danced, and played in the water, and with the pink fabric I’d hoped would be used in the rain. As the crescent moon appeared from behind the clouds I had a little fun with low light settings, and my iphone flashlight. Add in one of my “vintage” feel b&w Lightroom presets I’ve created, and the moody, poetic, art piece I envisioned of her reaching for the moon was born.

Shelby, sweet girl, I am so excited to see what the Lord has in store for you and your beautiful soul. Thank you for letting me grab these milestone images for you!

XOXO, B
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