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Same here...I'm still an amatuer but I've always liked to take photos. I guess when we got our first digital camara 3 years ago I got more into it and then when I got my first SLR last year things really took off for me.
Still an amateur but getting a lot better, some more experience. I am doing my first professional-sort of job next month as the official photographer for a friend's wedding. I am hoping to build up my portfolio.
Thank you KimberlyD0 for my absolutely beautiful siggy!
I started my junior year in HS when i took a photo/video class and since my brother got sick a year and a half before it was the first thing that was mine and that i loved. Been hooked ever since so almost 3 years now.
i have always been picture happy.i never left the house without a camera (started taht in middle school)
but i did not really start till my daughter was 18m. she models and i was paying over $200 a photo shoot for new pictures. then i realized i could do this.
so it has been about 4 yrs
so i started taking her pictures and then started to get jobs from the agencies
the rest is history.
BUT i am mostly a natural kids photographer. i do use props and such but i use natural lighting and most shots are done outside.
i just started doing studio type shots.
i have done 5 family and friends weddings as well as family pictures.
Mine's a new obsession. It started with a digital camera and a picky husband then we bought the dslr last summer, he said it was for him, but I ended up being the shutter bug. I'm working with natural lighting right now so any pointers would be nice because I'm totally lost and just playing with the settings step by step.