we are currently searching for 1-2 high school junior/senior interns for the 2013-2014 school year. have you always wondered how we capture the photos that we do? do you have a heart for all things photography? are you the type who prefers hands-on, real life, practical experience? then this internship is for you! this position is for someone wanting to learn the full range of running a creative business with responsibilities varying from the administrative to the creative and from basic day-to-day operations to photography and design technical skills. below is a list of duties, responsibilities and opportunities to learn in a fun, creative environment. PHOTO SHOOTS : interns attend photo shoots (portrait and editorial, including Her Life Magazine fashion and cover shoots), assist with equipment and are often able to shoot along side me. this is an excellent opportunity to learn the basics of photography including location scouting, lighting, composition, interacting and connecting with your subjects and more. STUDIO WORKDAY : interns are required to attend one studio workday each month where they will learn about the business side of photography, including marketing, blogging, social media, client communication, file storage, data backup, and other special projects. POST-PROCESSING/PHOTOSHOP TRAINING : interns […]
it always seems like the things i have the least amount of time for are the things i truly need the most. have you ever been so busy that you lose sight of why you’re doing what you’re doing? or that you go in to auto-pilot and just keep doing the same exact thing over and over? as a photographer i’m always afraid of pushing out the same work for client after client so i work hard to stay fresh, challenge myself and try new things. and while finding time to experiment and feed my creative soul during busy season makes nailing jello to a tree seem totally do-able, that really does seem to be the time when i need it the most. i’ve learned that you’ll never find time for the things you want to do – you have to make time. and if something is important enough you WILL make the time. so today i carved out a block of time to meet with a couple of my amazing studio mates so we could try new things and push ourselves beyond auto-pilot. we each brought different skills to the table and shared them with one another and i […]
one of the things i love about my job is that no two days are alike. i love meeting people and getting to know them, learning what drives them and what they love about life. and i love getting to explore and shoot at new locations. today my subject was the amazing danni boatwright wiegmann of sideline chic and the “office” was arrowhead stadium, home of the kansas city chiefs. i photographed danni for the september issue of her life magazine. i love that her life has allowed me to meet so many of the wonderful women in kansas city. while the field was off limits because of an upcoming game, we had a great time shooting in the stands. it was blazing hot and danni was a trooper in her long sleeves, jeans and boots! i cannot wait for you to see these photos. be sure to pick up a copy of the september issue of her life magazine!
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