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Dear Photographer | Feature by Kali Singleton

Dear Photographer | Feature by Kali Singleton

  To myself, 5 years ago… Hi sweet girl. Merry Christmas, and congratulations on getting your first “big-girl” camera. All of those years of babysitting really paid off, and I know you must be so excited to start taking photos like the “pros”. Remember when you were only eight years old, and you used to …

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Dear Photographer | Feature by Camille Camacho

Dear Photographer | Feature by Camille Camacho

Dear Past Self,   Look at you, figuring out where you stand in this world.  Always reaching, trying new things, & pushing through. There was a point in your life where none of that would have been like you.  Instead, you were fearful, incredibly shy, deeply inward, & still feeling the stings from hurtful wounds …

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BE INSPIRED Session | Feature by Sarah Gupta

BE INSPIRED Session | Feature by Sarah Gupta

approach my photography much like how I approach a painting.I am a painter and illustrator first. Photography came to me about 7 years ago after realizing that I did not have the time to paint or draw anymore. I was working full time and traveling a lot. Creating art is a part of who I am. I needed to find a way to express myself more quickly than sitting down and producing a painting. Because I am a painter, I am drawn to fine art. I have been learning and teaching myself through much trial and error with editing techniques how to produce the images that I want through photography. Each photo I take I already know how I want to edit it and what I want it to look like before I press the shutter button.

DEAR PHOTOGRAPHER |FEATURE BY KATIE JENNINGS

DEAR PHOTOGRAPHER |FEATURE BY KATIE JENNINGS

Dear Katie at 29 years old sitting in your office cubicle with your headset answering customer calls, completely miserable and missing your newborn baby~ things will get better. You will find your passion, you won’t be stuck at this job forever. Just hang in there, you know this isn’t what you were meant to do and you’re worried that you’ll never find something you truly want to do for a living, but you will. At 29, you are just beginning your adult life and have a lot of learning and growth ahead of you.