Steve Nelson is the designer of my new logo. If you need design work he is the one to call!!
Check out www.sentiom.comThis is Steve & Julie Nelson’s little boy, he’s 2 years old and knows more than any 4 year old I’ve ever met. We hung out at Sugar House park, fed the very aggressive ducks, played with Boo Boo his bear (we got some very nice portraits of him as well:) and discovered an old tree by the stream. Eli called it Grandpa tree. What a delight to spend my morning with him. Thanks Eli!!!
I know you just can’t hardly wait!
Want to take your photos to the next level? Here are five must have pieces of photography equipment…
Nothing takes photos as well as a clean lens. This Lens Cleaner consists of a soft brush and a special carbon non-liquid cleaning element. My favorite lens cleaner is only $8. You can purchase it HERE.
The 50mm 1.8f lens is by far the best bang for your buck when it comes to lenses. The 1.8f gives you bright, light & sharp images, while remaining one of the most affordable lens on the market. At between $100-$200 this should be one of your first purchases. Check with your local retailer or call B&H Photo to learn which variety of this lens is right for your camera.
Tamron brand camera lens are after market lens. They are not as sharp or quick to focus as the market brands. However, they are significantly less money. My 2 recommendations are the 28-75mm 2.8f, which can be purchased by CLICKING HERE. The 2nd lens is the 70-2oomm 2.8f lens that can purchased by CLICKING HERE.
You absolutely need this if you do a lot of indoor photography and self portraits. The Monopod allows you the stability of a tripod but the creative flexibility of hand held. This monopod also has a table top feature. This last piece of equipment is only $30. CLICK HERE top purchase.
Emilie has mentored some of our favorite blogger friends, such as Tauni from Snap, Amy from Lexilynn Studios, Holly from Paisley Petal Event, Shelley from House of Smiths, Amy from the Idea Room, Mandy from Vintage Revival, Jen from Tater Tots & Jello and many many more. If you’d like to learn more for Emilie she has online workshops starting NEXT WEEK. Her first class will be held on Tuesday, May 7th. Here is a link with lots more information. CLICK HERE.