Yesterday I was shooting a few architectural images for a client. Even when I am shooting something specific, I often look to take a few shots that appeal to me simply for their artistic merit.
The contrast of the steep peak of the church against the clouds caught my eye. Such strong lines made it so interesting.
The historic home edited to black and white was like stepping back in time. Elegant and timeless.
Other images from yesterday’s shooting can be found by clicking HERE.
It is so nice that spring has arrived, the blue skies are back, and soon we may even have leaves making for prettier pictures.
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Fall portrait of a child taken in Coronation Park, Red Deer.
With the arrival of fall colors, I’ve had a lot of inquiries regarding sitting fees for family portraits. As my website is more of an information site rather than a selling site I thought I would share the pricing on the blog instead. The prices listed are for either studio photography or location photography within the Red Deer city limits. Prices are in effect until October 30th, 2014. Please feel free to send us an email or text, or give us a call with any questions you may have. All our contact information is available at www.thehuntergroup.ca .
One to five people ………….$75.00
Six to eight people ……….…..$105.00
Nine to twelve people ..……..$120.00
Over thirteen people ..………$155.00
***Please contact us for special pricing on business head shots.
Photography by Debra Hunter
Family, baby, pregnancy, wedding and business photography in Red Deer, Alberta.
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I thought I would share a quick little update of what I am working on this week.
The computer has me busy retouching portrait orders including the lovely little newborn pictured above. Some of you may also read my other blog, www.debrahunter.wordpress.com and have already seen a post showing off this little one.
I also shared on that blog the story behind the painting “Orville’s Barn”. This is another of my quick paintings, this time on a very small scale with it being only 6 inches by 6 inches. Painting was a pleasant way to spend Saturday evening.
Crocheting has taken an amusing turn. First it was a miniature snowy owl, now it is a rather crazed looking beaver………with a hat and scarf ( of course!). The little guy is made out of locally milled yarn and naturally dyed in cutch and lac. The next crazy critter on the hook is a bear. One wonders when the crochet critter madness will end!
There are also three new items on the knitting needles, two for the home and one to wear, I will share the finished products soon. I love the patterns that can be created with stranded knitting. The possibilities are endless.
It is also time to start working on another fibre art piece……or finish a half started one.
There are a lot of creative things happening this week.
Photography, art and handmades by Debra Hunter
These images are from a shoot in the studio on the weekend. It is always nice when you have a subject that really wants to have their portrait taken and is full of smiles. Color images from the same shoot can be viewed here on one of my other blogs, it is more of a business blog for my photography and art. I have to admit I really like the black and white images; they have such a timeless quality.