Friday, September 27, 2013

Floral Portrait #2, 2005



In 2005 our photography business, InBeaute Photography purchased its first digital camera that we thought would be a good professional quality camera that we could use for weddings.  So, being the former girl scout I started to practice making portraits.

As our mentor, Monte Zucker said, "you don't practice on a paying client."

I found flowers/floral portraits the best subject for countless reasons and so the journey into digital portraits began.  I started making photographs on the front porch of our home.  Little did I know that I would come full circle and arrive back to the front porch studio in 2011 when we left our 1,400 sq. ft. studio in St. Paul, MN.

     “We shall not cease from exploration
     And the end of all our exploring
     Will be to arrive where we started
     And know the place for the first time.”
                                T.S. EliotFour Quartets

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