Sunday, September 19, 2010

Changing It Up

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When I started this photography adventure, I thought I would mostly be taking snaps of cute little munchkins since that is my area of "expertise".


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So I find it fascinating that my last 2 photoshoots have been far from the baby/kid arena. These opened my eyes to 2 subjects I want to explore because they are easy and fun: corporate headshots & homes.

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Most of you know that I have worked as a meeting/conference planner for the last 5 years and loved it. I was really torn about the decision to "retire" from it a few months ago after Baby #2 came to our family. Of course I can't stay un-busy too long so I will most likely go back from time to time as they need help. Anyways the company is re-doing the website and printed collateral, thus needing a staff photo and executive head shots.

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We got a good classic back-of-the-phone-book-traditional pose from everyone, and then a few hammy ones.

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For those that care, my company manages non-profit professional associations. We do everything from administrative duties, budget/board liaison, conference planning, web/graphics/newsletters, etc. If you have a group or non-profit that needs to be managed let me know and I'll get you the hook-up.

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While at another photoshoot in North Raleigh, I thought about a potential market to explore...home photography. Genius. I like taking pictures of inanimate things like homes and yards...they just sit there and look pretty :)

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(and sometimes said homes are inhabited by pretty homeowners too!).

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While I do love taking pictures of kids and families, these past 2 photoshoots were a nice break.
If you need any corporate headshots or professional home pictures, just holla!

2 comments:

  1. I love looking at all your pictures. I think it's awesome that you started your own photography buisiness.

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  2. Omigosh, I knew that home looked familiar! And then I scrolled down and saw my favorite Gayle G! Fantastic!!!

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