Saturday, November 22, 2008
*DECEMBER/JANUARY GIVEAWAY* In order to boost my picture portfolio I am giving away a FREE PHOTOSESSION to the first 10 people who contact me. FREE 8 X 10 and FREE CD to all edited images. NO STRINGS ATTACHED. NO COST TO YOU. DECEMBER 1-Jan 31 The pictures will be taken in my studio(weekends work best.) I only ask that you let me use your images on my website and say a good word about me to your friends. (allow 2-3 weeks for prints and CD's)
Contact Kirk or Crystal at 910-293-3428 or email@example.com
Friday, November 21, 2008
I was notified yesterday that I am a finalist in the Outdoor Photographer Magazine for the Nature's Colors Photo's Contest. This shot of Dingman's Falls in the Poconos is in the top 120 out of 8600 photos that were submitted. Its a voting process, so if you feel like throwing your support my way, it would be much appreciated. Here is the link outdoorphotographer.com
Saturday, November 15, 2008
I am the Marketing Manager for the Focal Photography list and the administrator of the photography contest. I wanted to let you know that author Corey Hilz has chosen your photo “Opera Singer” to be one of our third place winners for October – congratulations! Corey chose your photo from nearly 200 entries.
Third place winners receive a Focal photography book of their choice. Corey is the author of the Focal Digital Camera Guide that covers the Nikon D60 and the upcoming Nikon D90 – but I realize the book would only be of help to you if you have one of the cameras!
Also, your photo will be featured as a winner for October -- as it states in the "terms and conditions", whenever your photo is used for marketing purposes for the contest, we also list your location (city/state only) as well as your full name. I'll assume the city/state listed in your mailing address is the location you'd like me to use, but please let me know if this is not the case.
Thank you again for entering!
Sunday, November 9, 2008
Whats more fun as kid than playing dress up? Some friends of ours were visiting with us and I got them to dress up and make their way into the studio for a couple of minutes. Its hard to get children to smile in a natural looking way and its just better to let them be themselves. I feel like its better to just capture the moment. Ive got to thank Snow White and Cinderella for their patience!