This is your chance moms…come learn with us!

This is your chance moms…come learn with us!

Ok..so all of the details aren’t ironed out quite yet, but you can still check your calendars and hold it for some amazing photography and video classes! If you are a mom who has a new camera or an old camera you never used… this is the perfect place to start. We are two moms who have a pretty good idea about what you want to take pictures of and we can show you how! As soon as we know more information we will post it here! In the mean time, grab your camera, grab a friend, and...
Kid’s beginner Photography Workshop, August 9th

Kid’s beginner Photography Workshop, August 9th

School is quickly approaching…can you believe it? We can’t. It seemed to zip by. We have one last amazing photo opportunity for your  kids ages 8 and older. We have partnered with Wolfes Camera Shop and The Kansas Museum of History to explore camera basics and a little bit about photography history. Any photo skill level is welcome.  We do require a parent to attend with a child… which  is a bonus! As they are photographing at home you will be able to help them with their...
Video {Auto focus vs. manual focus}

Video {Auto focus vs. manual focus}

How auto focus works Ok. I will admit when I got my Sony a9 I feel in love with the facial tracking. With my Canon Mark III I was shooting with manual focus and while it was ok… it was a pain. But one thing I really dislike about the auto focal tracking in video, especially with wide open apertures, is the seeking. The camera locks on pretty well..ok… more then pretty well, but there are times when something comes in front of the subject or the camera wants to focus behind the...
Let your creative spirit out

Let your creative spirit out

  In the winter time it can be a very uncreative time for me.  So this year I decided as I was waiting for spring to bloom I would play with still life. I would find items in my home and just figure out cool, weird, interesting ways to photograph them. I used natural light in a small corner of my office. It is amazing when you keep pushing yourself to think differently about the object in front of you what you can see.  It was my most fun winter project to date. My top still life tips 1....
Make time

Make time

Make time to take pictures when family is visiting. My daddy was here at our house for the fist time in 12 years. We typically go and visit them when we go to Georgia. But we haven’t been home in two years. It was amazing having him here for a few days.  I made plans with my kids to take pictures with grandpa as a Christmas gift. We made an album for him. I can’t wait for him to get it!!!! My dad is a pretty funny guy. He is the owner of Eagle Ridge Buildings in North GA…so...

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