Brianna Brinton Photography aims to add beauty and grace to storytelling and to inspire awe of simplicity and complexity in nature. For portraits she provides a comfortable, relaxed, and easy-going environment in order to reveal the lovable side of a person as seen by his or her family and friends. The goal is the beauty of nature, laughter, and love. Contact Brianna Brinton for photographs with calm and simple beauty.

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Ever since I was very young, I have been in love with the fine arts and performing arts. I have grown up listening to, dancing to, and playing classical music. Everything that I was involved in as a child has influenced my style of photography and the images I love to capture. 

Over the years I have come to realize that my favorite songs are almost exclusively songs in minor keys. I tend to feel that minor songs have more depth of emotion than any in major keys. I have always felt that I can dance more gracefully and play the violin more emotionally if the piece has an eerie, solemn, or heart-broken mood. This emotional connection that I have to minor songs directly affects my style and vision for photography.

I love to capture the deep emotion of people and nature; showing not only the emotion, but also the beauty and uniqueness of God’s creation. I began photographing mainly in black and white, but in the past couple of years I have begun to love working with the power of color. So many people use very vivid color in their photos; and while I love the clarity of vivid color, I love the subtle brilliancy and impact of deeper color. 

Some of my favorite photographs I’ve taken are of the sky. Whenever I see a gorgeous sunset or sunrise with the perfect clouds, the one word that comes to my mind is glory. Photographing is the same as composing. Photographers draw with light in the same way that composers create music with notes and musicians with sound. I guess you can say that a photograph portrays the ethereal music of nature.


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