This week is an interview with Ginger Unzueta. I was drawn to the way Ginger captures the beauty in her everyday life in both her photos and her writing. Ginger is a mother of four and teaches photography both in person and online in her Everyday Beauty class.

Ginger tells us how she photographs the same daily routine in different ways. An example we talk about is giving her baby a sink bath. She photographs the scene at different times of day, with different lenses and from a different perspective. Seeing her daily life in the is way reminds her that life isn’t happening somewhere else. It’s happening right here. Also, each day has something new to offer if we keep our eyes open.

Ginger teaches an online class, Everyday Beauty, and recently taught her first class in person to local people who wanted learn photography basics. Her Everyday Beauty class starts next week on September 26.

More about Ginger: Website, Instagram, Facebook

Find Jenny on Flickr, Instagram, Facebook

I’m doing a daily photo project. You can see my project and the 365 projects of other TWiP Family listeners in the TWiP Family 365 Project 2016 group on Flickr. It’s not too late to start a project. Join us.

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About The Author

I’ve got four kids. Yes, my hands are full. But not so full that I leave my camera at home. I take it everywhere and take photos of my kids every day. Photographing reminds me to look at them more closely. What’s he playing with today? What drives her crazy? Did she have a few belly laughs with her brother between the squabbles? I don’t ask my kids to smile, but sometimes they do. I’m happy you’re listening. Really. Questions? Something you’d like to hear on the show? Email me -

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  • CathienChris Calder

    Absolutely stunning photos. You have a gift. 🙂