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The Sudbury Photographer Is On The Road Again.

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Here for a few and then gone for a few.   We had a pretty busy week with commercial, family and babies sessions and not to mention getting all the wall portraits out to our clients.   We have  a busy few weeks ahead of us as well as we are getting the studio ready for the New Year. This includes pricing, marketing, equipment, new products and an even better experience, not to mention a few new ideas we have.  We are really excited about this.  For now though, after this weekend, I plan on sticking around town for a bit.  Time to get back into the routine so to speak.  Anyways, here are a few from yesterday and today.

After the Romanko Family session I just so happened to ask if the kids had their school portraits done. Guess what, mom wasn’t happy either.  A quick few takes was all we needed.

Sudbury School Photos
Ahhh, they are just so easy to photograph at this age.

Sudbury Baby Photography

I’m outta here for a few days.  I am one of the Keynote Speakers at this years Windsor  International Photo Seminar taking place this weekend.  Hopefully I can post on the road if I capture anything interesting.  Of course, I do have to see how the hotel beds go “boing”.



Windsor International Photographic Seminar

Saturday, October 3rd, 2009

In November, Rob and I are featured speakers at the Windsor International Photographic Seminar along with Ralph Gibson and Darwin Wigget.

The purpose of this event  is to educate and promote photography as an art.
To  inspire beginners as well as expert  photographers through out the region.

This 3 day event held in downtown Windsor is being held at the
St. Clair College Centre for the Arts,

“A visit to The Centre is a visit to a dynamic environment. Both inside and out, you’ll be inspired by its beautiful architecture and scenery. Our location on the Detroit River, overlooking Detroit’s magnificent skyline, provides a wonderful backdrop. The perfectly manicured gardens along Windsor’s Riverfront provide a remarkable foreground to the beauty beyond.”


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