In Bloom Photography: Wedding Industry Experts Honour Roll 2014

 

WIE Honour Roll

Check this out!  In Bloom Photography made it onto the Wedding Industry Experts Honour Roll for 2014!  Isn’t that cool?!

The Wedding Industry Experts website says that the Honour Roll is “simply a way to say thank you – you did some awesome work (the previous year), that inspired others and we want to recognize you.

Wedding Industry Experts 2014 Honour Roll member businesses are a mixed bunch.  Much like wedding rings, each one sparkles in its own way. No matter how you count their differences, members have a few things in common – they love the wedding business, they are committed to their clients and their testimonials from both peers and happy clients speak volumes about their commitment to their fields. 

You can see the partial list of Honour Roll Members here:  http://weddingindustryexperts.com/hr14.html    As we continue to review referrals over the next month, we will be adding to the Honour Roll.”

Baby Harrison – Brantford Newborn Photography

This past week I was so excited to see some past wedding clients, Rob and Dee, with their newest addition! How sweet is this little guy?! He just fell asleep like a champ and relaxed the whole time during our photo session at my home studio. It is always so nice to see my clients again and watch their families grow. Congratulations guys! He is an amazing little boy!
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Learn to LOVE your DSLR Camera – March 29, 2014

Did you get a new DSLR camera for Christmas and you’re struggling to figure out how to use it?  Or maybe you’ve had a DSLR for a while, but you want to stop using those automatic modes and get a little more creative with your photography.  THIS IS FOR YOU!  Now you can Learn To LOVE Your DSLR!

Join me for another fun workshop with other beginners just like you!  On March 29, 2014 I will be hosting another great day of learning at my home studio in Brantford Ontario.  Bring your camera and your questions, and you’ll learn the basics of good composition, getting good exposure in all kinds of situations, and what all those little buttons and gizmos actually do on your camera.  Lunch and learning materials are provided in the cost of the workshop.

If you’re a mom looking to take better photos of the kids at soccer games, or someone who wants to take better photos on vacation, or even if you’ve got a food blog and want to learn how to take better photos in your kitchen, this is the perfect place to learn all the basics and get your questions answered in a relaxed, fun atmosphere.

From Veronica, one of my past workshop attendees:  “I would totally do this again, had I not learned all the stuff I did learn in the first place. Definitely worth it!”

Sign up today by contacting me through the “CONTACT” page on this website.  This will sell out, and space is extremely limited!  Hope to see you there!

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