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C was one super sweet little girl. I’m blogging this session nearly a year later (that’s how far behind I’ve become) and I still fondly remember how much fun we had that fall morning.
All the best,
It’s almost time for fall photos once again, and I am attepting to catch up on my blog and share some favourites from last year’s fall minis. Lots of smiles captured on that beautiful fall day, enjoy!
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’cause learning in good company is always more fun.
“I would like to thank you for the great opportunity of attending the Class that you instructed. Tangible Moments Photography always captures the natural beautiful moments that ‘speaks 1000 words‘. Taking a picture just seems so easy when I watch you in action Maureen. Now, being a mom and watching my children grow up way too fast, I can only dream to catch some natural moments without ending up with a blurry, dark and ‘staged’ picture. It is not easy for me. Your Class has helped me become familiar with my camera, understanding it’s settings and put some knowledge behind my attempts to capture a moment or two. You have given me some secret that has made my pictures clear and bright! Thank you!” –C Finlayson
“Maureen has a gentle yet motivating way of encouraging mommy and daddy photographers when it comes to using their cameras. Her simple and clear explanation of terminology helped me go “aha! that makes more sense!” and I have been using a DSLR for almost 6 years. I highly reccomend attending her photo classes if you have no clue how to use your camera to take pics of your kiddos, Mau will give you great tips, tricks, and most of all confidence in your skills.” – M Rouleau
This is the third time I’ve had the privilege of working with Urban Infant on their editorial series “How does she do it?” featuring woman in our community who are balancing the ever tenuous balance of career and motherhood. In the most recent issue, Kasha Anne took spotlight as she shared about her journey as a country singer in the band “The Orchard”. I’ll let you zip down to the nearest Safeway, Sobeys, library or local child focused business to pick up a copy and read about it. In the meanwhile, here’s some more images from the session I had with her and her two awesome girls on a chilly winter morning in late November.
Thanks again Kasha and girls for being such good sports and having fun with me in the snow Kasha!