Monthly Archives: September 2015

On the third Tuesday of every month, I lead a free camera club at our church (Mt. Pleasant Church, Beaver County). We learn fun photography tips and occasionally shoot sessions at my homestead (35 acres, woods, trails and many great shooting locations). Anyone and everyone is welcome, let me know if you’d like to be […]

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Megan was a fun, relaxed, GORGEOUS bride. I captured this photo by shooting through her veil. Her dress had amazing detail, so I used it as a backdrop for her ring. With her parents just before the ceremony, image by Craig. Jay’s parents holding hands during the vows.  I don’t think I have ever posted […]

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My sweet girl turned 13 recently. THIRTEEN. We decided to celebrate this occasion with a very special photo shoot. I am incredibly proud of the beautiful young lady that she is becoming. She is kind, thoughtful, caring, extremely smart and hard working. It’s hard to put into words how I feel about her, but when […]

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View more of Nicole and Michael’s wedding by clicking here. Nikon D700 24-70mm f/2.8 lens Shutter Speed: 1/3200 ISO 500 f/2.8 Shooting mode: aperture priority Metering mode: center weighted average Focus points: single Focus mode: one-shot This photo was taken on May 25th at 3:50pm. The sky was overcast, but I had plenty of light. I choose ISO […]

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  Check out all of the offerings at the Community College of Beaver County for the Fall 2015 semester. If you would enjoy one-on-one instruction in photography, editing or business, click here to learn more about private mentoring. The photo above was taken during a private light and posing workshop. October Saturday, 10/24: SLR Workshop, […]

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This week’s question comes from a website visitor, and they write, “Happy Monday Heather! I’d love to see you do a tutorial on the Lightroom Graduated Neutral Density Filter. How to actually utilize it. In this brutal sun, it’s often hard to get well exposed subjects without blown out backgrounds. Thanks!” In this free video, […]

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