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Featured Graduate {Melissa Bernard}

Photography was never on Melissa Bernard’s radar, until a special event in her family inspired her to pick up a camera to record every.single.moment. A drive to make those recorded memories beautiful led her to take part in our Enthusiast Photography Course in July 2014 and then followed up with our Advanced Photography Course in […]

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Unposed {Child Photography by Amanda Jane Dalby}

What I love about Mandy, is the way she photographs unhindered by any driving need to be technically perfect. That’s not to say her photos are lacking in that respect… Mandy is practiced enough in this way of shooting that she still manages to expose beautifully, nail focus and all the rest. I’m just sayin… […]

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Collect Moments Not Things ~ Lifestyle Newborn Session by Kailey Nagymarosi

This month’s (i fact.. ouor very first) featured session is from brand-new Advanced Grad Kailey Nagymarosi… yes, she just finished up last week, and her photos are so beautiful it was the perfect way to kick off our new monthly series… to share with you a deeper peek into the inspiring sessions being taken by our talented […]

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Where are you?

I’ve decided to update this post in honour of Mother’s Day that is just around the corner – and as a challenge to all of us, to jump into photos with our kids! Because you love photography and taking photos right? Making memories of the holidays, recording a day’s outing, or capturing a lazy sunday at […]

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My Journey to Here

Today’s post is 2-fold! I’ve had lots of people asking recently about how I got started in photography, and about my journey to here… so I wanted to share! And seccondly, I’ve noticed a lot of conversations amongst our students that one of the biggest challenges they’re facing… it’s not what shutter speed to choose… but the curse […]

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Create Dramatic Portraits with Single Window Light

    It’s a common misconception that when you want to start taking more dramatic portraits, you need to invest in buying, and learning how to use, studio lights or off-camera-flash.  While these can come in handy for some genres of photography, if you’re looking to enhance your own photography skills and take more dramatic […]

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We Love {Week Eight}

There’s an air of celebration (mixed with sadness!) in our latest Enthusiast Photography Course, as our students just completed their eighth and final lesson! Our students were an amazing group of people and their enthusiasm and commitment to learning how to take beautiful photos whilst using their cameras in full manual mode was consistent throughout […]

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