Monthly Archives: October 2014

Whether you’re aspiring to become a professional photographer or just want to take better photographs in your day-to-day life, if you have a $1,200+ SLR or a simple automated point and shoot, successful photography is achieved through producing beautiful images. A “beautiful image” is of course somewhat a matter of opinion, but there are still […]

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One thing I remember about Emilee from back in our high school days is her sense of humor. She’s got such a fun way about her and always has a big bright smile on her face! We used to just giggle and joke about things in class and keep things like boring Algebra fun. I love that […]

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  • Crystal - Hey! You just did my friend Emilees wedding and looking at the pictures I am wowed! I am getting married 10/1/16 and looking for a photographer. I was wondering if you can send me over some prices so I have an idea before we meet up at some at some point. Thanks!ReplyCancel

    • kirsten - Hi Crystal!

      I’d love to get in touch with you about your wedding photography! Congratulations on your engagement!

      What’s your email address? :)ReplyCancel

Good morning and happy Monday!! I’m excited for week three’s lesson in lines! This is something so simple but can also be complicated when it comes to composition in your photograph. I love to look for lines in my composition. They are so helpful in developing a shot that accentuates your subject and creates the […]

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Ever seen Pocahontas (the Disney version of course)? Thomas is practicing his shot, keeps missing his mark, and John Smith gives him a very helpful piece of advice. “Shoot with both eyes open when you shoot, you’ll see twice as well…”  This didn’t work out so well in the long run… If you remember, Kocoum […]

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