...and by seniors, I mean the high school kind, not the senior citizen kind. You know what I mean!!
Do you know a 2010 high school senior that is outgoing, fun and would enjoy promoting some fabulous senior photography? Or maybe YOU are that senior? I am on the hunt for some fun and fabulous seniors to be my representatives for 09-10. These delightful individuals will receive a half price session, 20% off prints and 48 free (you heard right...FREE!!) personalized wallet cards to hand out.
Ideally I would love to have a guy and gal from each high school. If you or someone you know would be interested, have them shoot me an email - email@example.com.
A few 09 Seniors....
Hi, it's me again. Your long lost blogger. I know I've been unfaithful in my blogging attempts and I'm trying to change. Please don't hit me!
Now that I've got that off my chest (the guilt was just EATING me ALIVE! ;-) ) I just have to say how impressed I was yesterday. I had the honor of being a judge for the Kansas Scholastic Press Association High School Journalism Contest held at FHSU. Mr. Andy Stanton of the Communication Studies Department had contacted me about a month ago, and I have to admit I was slightly nervous. I mean, yeah I take pictures, but who am I to judge the work of others?
I'm so glad I did though. There were some impressive shots, some pulled of perfectly, some were a little rough, but it was so exciting to see the thought and effort that went into the planning. They might not have turned out perfectly, but there's always next time, and it was great to see these high school students' creativeness. It reminds me of myself back in the day, when we walked to school uphill both ways through 4 foot of snow....err, wait, it wasn't that long ago. But it seems like a million lifetimes ago!
Wait, what was I saying? Oh yeah.
Back when I first became interested in photography I took pictures of EVERYTHING. I'm fairly sure I drove my mom nuts shooting roll after roll of film. The Alco film developing counter loved us, no doubt. It may have seemed crazy at the time, but I really think you have to shoot, shoot, shoot and shoot some more to learn your style. This contest helped me get excited again about shooting just for me, just the fun stuff.
So on this fair Friday I leave you with this thought....go out and do something for you. Do something just for the fun of it. It'll be fun...I promise!!
Until next time,
Wow am I tired! Everyday You participated in the Hays Wedding Showcase at the Mall today. After speaking with many prospective brides and handing out over 100 business cards and brochures, I feel the day was a success! Many thanks to my good friend Brandie who helped me out today. If you were at the bridal show, post a comment and give a shout out!!
Please excuse the poor photo, camera phone quality! (pretty bad for the photographer to post such a bad picture, eh?)
To those who booked with me today or left their names for more information, I will getting in touch with you soon! Thanks so much for stopping by!
Labels: bridal show, showcase, wedding