Springtime Is Perfect For Getting Portraits Done With Pb And J Photography - Winston-salem Working M

Mission: Impossible Photography|Raymond Schillinger





While many local photographers often name their business with their name, Gardner wanted to incorporate her two daughters names into her business name. Her and her husband often called their oldest daughter Peanut or Peanut Butter. Then while pregnant with her second daughter her other daughter called her belly Baby Jelly so the name Peanut Butter and Jelly (or PB & J) was born! While Gardner has experience with all types of photography her two favorite types that she specialize in are newborn and senior portraits . If you would like to read more: http://www.examiner.com/article/springtime-is-perfect-for-getting-portraits-done-with-pb-and-j-photography









Meet 28-year-old Gaurav Kainth, who left his well-paying job at Dell, to pursue his passion for photography that he nurtured since childhood. Taking cues from online tutorials, watching YouTube and some seasoned photographers on Facebook, one day he impromptu stepped out to photograph a friends wedding. To his amazement, all her friends and family members were spellbound by his photography. From thereon, there was no looking back for Kainth, who after posting the shots from his friends wedding started getting lots of offers for photo shoots. For Harleen Deol, 25, who is pursuing BEd, photography was just restricted to random clicks and capturing things for the sheer pleasure of exploration. If you would like to read more: http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/chandigarh/wedding-photography-gets-a-makeover/article1-1220529.aspx





What was the best Beaverton-area sports photo from May 11-17? (poll) - OregonLive.com





With each click of the trackpad on my three-year-old Macbook, I pursued an unmarked destination somewhere between fiction and truth where the million-year-old computer positioned between my ears would accept this visual input as valid. I fiddled with size and perspective to match the dropped-in faces to the existing ones; I tooled with light and color balance as if I were a tailor hiding the seams between two stitched garments. Suddenly, I found it - the point at which my lower brain's sensory apparatus accepted the scene as real enough, even if my higher order cognition knew it wasn't. Erik's "impossible photography" operates within the perimeter of the same principle, in effect pushing us into that titillating gap between comfort in the lower brain and unease in the higher cortices. In the same way we find disturbing - if not outright revolting - a robot or animation that is nearly humanlike but not quite there (the nightmare-inducing baby in Pixar's Tin Toy comes to mind - Google it, if you dare), our reaction to 'impossible' photography oscillates between unease and fascination. If you would like to read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/raymond-schillinger/mission-impossible-photog_b_5340399.html





Wedding photography gets a makeover - Hindustan Times





(poll) Loading Photo Gallery Beaverton Leader Sports Photos May 11-17 By Miles Vance | mvance@oregonian.com View/Post Comments Beaverton sports and sports photography go hand-in-hand, especially with the 2014 spring sports season now in state playoff mode. The Beaverton Leader wants to share some of its best and wants to know what you like, too. Here is your special playoff-edition top-20 list of choices in local sports from May 11-17. Voting will remain open through Sunday, May 25. Last week's winner was Sunset golfer Miranda Bass . If you would like to read more: http://highschoolsports.oregonlive.com/news/article/-6936035795168796778/what-was-the-best-beaverton-area-sports-photo-from-may-11-17-poll/