Outdoor Exposures Family Photography » Documenting your family adventures in Montana's great outdoors!

In keeping with my annual tradition of goal setting and reflection around the new year, I have finally settled on my word for 2017 – refocus.  This word speaks to me for many reasons.  The short and sweet of it…2016 was a challenging year.  Challenges both good and bad bring growth and opportunity, and I am excited […]

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Wyoming Outdoor Documentary Family Photography This Viewpoints post is a special one for me.  It’s one that celebrates a milestone for my kids, it’s one that documents checking off a bucket list item for me personally, and it was a trip where I could not put my camera down.  For the last several years while visiting Grand […]

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  • Nadeen - What a diverse set of gorgeous images!!!ReplyCancel

    • biancajklein@gmail.com - Thanks Nadeen! With a whole weekend of shooting, it was hard to narrow them down!ReplyCancel

  • Iris - Wow, these images look amazing. And the night images – stunning.

    So glad that you had an amazing trip with your family.ReplyCancel

  • Addie - What a fabulous trip! Gorgeous images, Bianca! I especially love those star captures. Just beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy - Soooo beautiful Bianca! I don’t give my 40mm enough love but after seeing these images, I really need to get it out again.ReplyCancel

  • Amy - Love this series! I adore the black and whites, your reflections are stunning… and the amount of stars in a mountain night sky just can’t be beat! What a great first trip!ReplyCancel

  • Kristen - Beautiful Bianca! Love these so much!ReplyCancel

Paradise Valley, Montana Storytelling Photography We are lucky. Montana summers provide seemingly endless days for outdoor play. For this outdoor loving family, any body of water makes for a perfect place for their two sweet girls to feel right at home. On this beautiful summer sun-filled evening we joined up along the Yellowstone River to […]

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Last month I had the great fortune of getting to traveling solo to a National Park I hadn’t been to, and what a national treasure it was.  If you are ever traveling in the southwest corner of Colorado in the Four Corners area, take a day or two to visit Mesa Verde National Park. This park […]

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  • Nadeen - Our National Parks are truly a treasure. I’ve never been to Mesa Verde…yet! How beautiful your captures are. I’ve just discovered the benefits and pleasure of traveling solo.ReplyCancel

    • biancajklein@gmail.com - Solo travel is WONDERFUL! I only get to do it occasionally, so it is a treat!ReplyCancel

Paradise Valley, Montana – A Little Rae of Hope Photographer – For a while now, I have been on the search for a way to give back.  As a documentary photographer who loves to capture those fleeting moments of childhood, I knew instantly when I stumbled upon the organization A Little Rae of Hope, that it would […]

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