EST. 2012

I'm Mylah Renae, a Texas wedding photographer based in Austin. Grab a coffee (or sangria) and enjoy some pretty wedding images!

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Happy Birthday, Eureka Photography

April 17, 2017

Five years ago, I walked into the Williamson County Courthouse to apply for a business license.  It was a little bit scary for me.  While nothing was physically threatening to harm me at that time, I was afraid of announcing to the world what I wanted and possibly failing at it.  People that I loved […]


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Behind the Scenes 2016

December 19, 2016

This is one of my favorite posts every year.  It’s a time to look back on the weddings we’ve shot and re-live the fun moments from our #EurekaBrides wedding days!  This is our Behind the Scenes blog post for our 2016 weddings (minus the one we still have coming up later this year). We love when […]


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When to Outsource

September 9, 2016

As an entrepreneur, one of the things we constantly talk about is what to outsource and when it would be an appropriate time to do so.  Dylan and I have been discussing how to apply this to our own life and business for a while now.  We want to always better serve our clients AND […]


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Connect Retreat 2016: for married couples in business together

May 11, 2016

Last week, Dylan and I spent some intentional time with other Christian married couples who run a business together.  While you may think we would be spending time working on business stuff, that was the LAST priority you’d find at Connect Retreat.  The retreat is held at the WinShape Retreat, which used to be an old […]


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Behind the Scenes of 2015

December 29, 2015

This may be one of my favorite posts of the year!  Not only do I get to re-live our couples’ beautiful days (all 29 of them this year), but I get to savor the fun we had documenting those for them!  It’s also a chance for some of you to get to know Dylan and […]


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The Blink Conference

November 10, 2015

Dylan and I just got back from a weekend spent at a photography conference.  We purposefully selected a conference that was small in size, but confident with purpose.  If the conference was too big, we’d disappear into the background.  If the conference didn’t have a very specific purpose, we’d get too many mixed messages and […]


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To get a glimpse of my Texas life, giant fur-babies, and
oh, yes, some very pretty photos, follow along on Instagram.