I would like to let all my clients, current and future, that as of January 5th, 2018, standard session fees will be increasing from $125.00 to $200.00. This price change comes from rising overhead costs, the soon purchase of better equipment and printed products, and the addition of each session receiving a 8x10 print of their choosing.
I am hoping with this price increase, I can give you better end products through higher quality images, high end quality, mounted prints, and a wider range of printed products, including canvases and books.
Images will now be printed on deep matte photographic paper, mounted to provide rigidity, heavier weight, and durability.
I hope that I am able to provide you with better service, quicker turn around times, and hopefully spring a increase in printed products to proudly display in your homes.
I would love to hear your feedback about this change, and I have updated the pricing lists and have displayed all of the coming options for printed products under the "Info" tab.
Also, if there are any products that you would like me to look into having, please let me know! I would love to improve and give you what you want!
In the end, this comes from a need and desire to give you, my fantastic clients, more!
(This adjustment will not effect any currently purchased gift certificates, wedding packages, or calendar sessions)
This week I have had the joy of borrowing this hand crafted violin to photograph it. This is handmade by Lethbridge Musical Instruments. It features an Engelmann spruce top, sugar maple back, neck, and ribs, macassar ebony fingerboard and fittings, and black willow corner blocks and bass bar. As always, it's got a layer of his quartz-based ground coat, but this one received a specially-processed oil varnish which sets it (and its one-piece back) apart from anything he has done before. Also worth noting: this violin hasn't seen a single powertool over the course of its production. I couldn't resist the opportunity to get some product images of it, and I am so grateful to know some of the people I do. Thank you Taylor for the chance, and for the craftsmanship you provide.
So for the past few years, I have been collecting vintage cameras. Some are older than others, and some are more interesting. I am still just starting this adventure into collecting them, learning so much history along the way. It is so fascinating to learn how they are made, how they work, all the different film/paper types, and so much more. I hope to continue being able to learn and grow my collection as the years go on, and to be able to share what I've learned about them with others.
I hope you enjoy learning about them as much as I do!
But for now, here are a small selection of them, and I will post more as I get more photos finished of the rest.
On March 12th, my grandmother's goat Sidney had two kids. The names are undecided still, (Though Jelly and Bean are contenders). At 24 hours old, I got to meet the little ones, who were already exploring, playing, and trying to run around. It was so wonderful and so fascinating to see such young creatures already trying to do so much!
I got to go over for a few minutes and visit my sister today.
I figured I'd bring my camera along and get some photos of their man Oakley for them, just because.
Here's the handsome fellow for ya'h.
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Over the last month or so, I have been working in secret to surprise a client. She has owned this guy since he was 4, and he is now in his mid 30's. So I got to do a little pampering, pony loving, and let him be in the limelight - for her. Meet Shabar.
In late July-early August, I went camping with my friend Megan in Kincaridne.
Here is another photo from the beach, that I'm sure I promised to share but never did!
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