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I have been a huge fan of Lexi Vornberg and when she launched Lemonade and Lenses, I loved her even more. L&L is a great site for photographers not only to get inspired & share ideas, but to learn how to grow as a photographer. I puffy heart everything on this site because the work on L&L is always beautiful, soft, romantic, and it just completely woos my heart! I obsess over photography unlike the average person because it’s my passion and my favorite thing about L&L is that every artist featured uses their photography to tell a story. Their images capture not only a family or a person or a bride, it tells a story. That is what I try to achieve in my sessions. I don’t just try to get the perfect image of kids smiling or everyone looking at the same time, but I strive to capture the beauty that you absorb, the movement that makes us enjoy life, and I want to give my clients photos that remind them of the blessings they receive. I am so looking forward to 2013 because I think my photography grows each and every year! I am so blessed to have others enjoy my photography as much as I do and when I was featured on Lemonade and Lenses the day before my birthday this year, I wanted to PASS OUT. If you asked me two years ago if I would be featured on blogs and have my work get published, I would laugh. I am so honored to be doing what I am doing and I am so grateful for those who see my passion, who support these goals of mine, and I will continue to challenge myself !!! My awesome and beautiful clients Aimee & Derek were featured on Lemonade & Lenses. You can check out the full article HERE
I just got back from Orlando, Florida to attend Images for a Cure Workshop (IFAC) . It was a great couple days learning and listening to how I can be a better photographer! As if my arm had to be twisted to leave the colder days of New Jersey to head to the sunshine state, I was honored that I received sponsorship from one of my favorite east coast photographers, Kristen Weaver! As soon as I found out that I was picked, I was determined to book my ticket right away!!! IFAC is an Orlando based charity that has raised over $28,000 to benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. It was awesome to finally meet the creators behind this great charity! To find out more about how you can help through Images for a Cure, check out more here or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Check out photos from the candy bar set up at the workshop! Yum! I think I have ten more pounds to lose from the workshop alone! I also loved the decor at The Mezz, which is in downtown Orlando and it’s an awesome location to have a conference! I highly recommend the workshop for all levels of photography! I walked away with new friends and a great new appreciation for those in the industry helping others to succeed!
(Image Courtesy of Images for a Cure)
Left to Right: Innovative Memories Wendy Dixon, Laken E-Photography, Britanie Wagner Photography, Christina Watkins Photography