Guest Highlight: August 2017: Collections

Kathy of KG Ledbetter Photography chose the theme Collections for the month of August. The posting this month was really quiet and we hope that this is just because of last minute holidays and getting children together to get back to school.  While we did not have a lot of images to share we did have some very beautiful images.

Our guest feature this month come from Instagram.  Congratulations @meli.photosf for being selected as our guest feature for August.

Kathy chose this image for the following reasons:

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Take some time to go over to Instagram and take a look @meli.photosf  page and share a little bit of love with her.

Since we did not have a lot of posts this month we have chosen less images.  From our Facebook page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers Facebook page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

Molly Anna Photography

Molly Anna Photography

Michèle Tremblay Photo

Michele Tremblay Photo

Lynne Grant

Lynne Grant Photography

Photos from our Instagram page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers Facebook page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

@water_in_my_wellies

@water_in_my_wellies

@briandphoto

@briandphoto

@withheidijoy

@withheidijoy

Lastly, we have the blog contributors share for the theme Collections for the month of July.  If you have not visited their Facebook page and liked them we encourage you to do so.

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KG Ledbetter Photography

ceri

Ceri Herd Photography

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It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson

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Roots and Twigs Photography

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Sharleen Stuart Photography

Katherine

Corbert Photography

Claire

Wilhelmina Photography

Aubrey

Applewood Photography

Just a reminder that our new theme is up and it is Reflections.  We look forward to seeing your images on our Facebook page and our Instagram page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_reflections.   Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

 

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September 2017: Reflections

Don’t you just love images created in water puddles, or the shadows reflected on shimmering water, or images in a window.  Do you reflect on things in the past, or the present or future?  This month theme has been chosen by Elizabeth of It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson, and yes it is Reflections.

Elizabeth chose this theme because….

Photographers often seek reflections as a means of artistic expression: to enhance the story and add a bit of wonder and even confusion to images. Reflections often trick the eye or cause a viewer to linger with curiosity. However, photography also causes one to reflect: primarily on the what, the who, the why of the creation…

To view the Share Six photographers blogs you can click on each image or you can click on the first image and move from the first blog to the second by clicking on the link on the page that you are reading.It

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It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson

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Sharleen Stuart Photography

Katherine

Cobert Photography

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KG Ledbetter Photography

Aubrey

Applewood Photography

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Ceri Herd Photography

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Roots and Twigs Photography

For the rest of the month of September and up until October 5th the theme is Reflections

We look forward to seeing your images on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_reflections.  Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

Look out for the new theme on October 6.

Guest Interview with @sweethomemarilou: Artificial Light

Ceri of Ceri Herd Photography chose the theme {Artificial Light} this month and she chose the beautiful image shared by @sweethomemarilou on our Instagram page.  I reached out to Marilou to learn a little bit more about her.

 

Tell us a bit about yourself? and  Are you a hobbyist or a pro?

My name is Marilou.  I am 33 years old.  Prior to being a photographer I was a yoga teacher for kids.  Capturing kid’s candidness and showing up their best version of themselves has always been a part of my life.  I really began to get more serious as a photography with my everyday muse – my son.  For now I shoot family, maternity and new born.  I recently jumped to being a pro photographer.  For now I am very lucky, I have a bunch of colleagues and friends who have hired me after seeing my work on my Facebook page.

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Know the light.  I have this kind of light each day in my house around 4pm.  I typically do not use my camera in the house before that time of day.  

Tell us a bit about your photography gear. What is the lens do you not have but you   desire to have the most?

Right now I shoot with a Canon 6D and mostly with my 35mm 2:1 lens.  It feels like the 35mm is perfect for scenery and family photos.  I have a portable flash but I never use it. I really love the warmth of natural light.  My next purchase will surely be an 85mm sigma art lens.

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Ordinary moments can be a great capture too.  There is art everywhere.  You do not always need to go onto the Kilimanjaro mountain top to create great art. 

How did your journey to be a photographer happen?

I began taking photographs over 2 years ago when my son was born and I am definitely a real mom phototog.   Over the last year I have stepped out and begun shooting babies other than mine and shooting in light that is not what I would typically find in my home. This has been great for my creativity.

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White is such a perfect reflector

Who inspires you?

The first Instagram photographer that I love is the very awesome and popular Meg Loeks – @meg_nlo.  With her 3 sons and country life, I can totally relate to her.  She was a huge inspiration to me.

I am also a huge fan of the great storytelling feed of Hannah Carpenter – @hannahcarpenter

In addition, I also love the work of @jamieeilts, @sophiejanephoto, @mamadrey88, @elle.hartle, @vironica, @julieaudouxphotographie, @europeanmommyof2, and so many others.  If you are looking for inspiration definitely check out their work.

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This is an interesting spot with light everywhere.  I mostly love this one for the impressive shadow created behind my son.

What advice would you share to the aspirants in this field?

There is always a room for the best, your point of view has never been seen.

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Go for opportunity.  I was following a photographer on Instagram who recently bought ducks.  I asked her if I could go and shoot at her house and she said yes.  I love this photo because the rubber duck comes alive

One thing that you have learnt as a photographer over the years?

This is an art of compromises.  Sometimes you have to let go of perfection and just capture what you love even if it is ordinary.

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Go Crop and faceless, this is great memories too.  

If you want to see more of Marilou’s  work as a mama photographer you can find her on Instagram @sweethomemarilou and her client work on her Facebook page MarilouCotePhotographer.

We have a few more days for you to submit your {Collection} images for a chance to be featured as the banner on the Facebook page and web page, as well as to do an interview highlighting who you are.  We would love to see your images.

Guest Highlight: July 2017: Artificial Light

This month Ceri of Ceri Herd Photography chose the theme {Artificial Light}. This month the postings on Facebook and Instagram were a little slower and we have to hope that it is the summer months winding down and getting the children ready to go back to school that is causing the slow down. We certainly miss you.

Our guest feature image comes from Instagram.  Congratulations @sweethomemarilou!! Ceri chose this image because:

“This image captivated me the moment I saw it! Talk about taking 
the everyday to another creative playing field! The lighting, contained by the refrigerator’s framing, focuses our attention on the subject perfectly, and the cheeky little fella, so endearing!”

Take some time to go over to Instagram and take a look @sweethomemarilou‘s page and share a little bit of love with her.

@sweethomemarilou

@sweethomemarilou

 

Each blogger chooses a photo either from the Facebook feed or the Instagram feed. Photos from our Facebook page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers Facebook page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

Shannon Kathleen Photography

Shannon Kathleen Photography

Sarah Keene Photography

Sarah Keene Photography

Laurie's Shutter Flutter Photography

Laurie’s ShutterFlutter Photography and Art

Burgess Photography

Burgess Photography

 

Photos from our Instagram page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers Facebook page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

@withheidijoy

@withheidijoy

@littlebeanmom

@littlebeanmom

@annarasphoto

@annarasphoto

@crownnestphotos

@crownnestphotos

 

Lastly, we have the blog contributors share for the theme Artificial Light  for the month of July.  If you have not visited their Facebook page and liked them we encourage you to do so.

Ceri Herd Photography

Ceri Herd Photography

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Roots and Twigs Photography

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KG Ledbetter Photography

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Cobert Photography

Claire Porter

Wilhelmina Photography

AubreyDettmer

Applewood Photography

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It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson

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Sharleen Stuart Photography

Just a reminder that our new theme is up and it is Collections.  We look forward to seeing your images on our Facebook page and our Instagram page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_collections.   Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

August 2017: Collections

Do you have Collections?  Have you ever collected items over the years?  Have you ever watched something being collected?  Have you guessed it?  Yes, our theme for this month is Collections.

Kathy of KG Ledbetter Photography choose the theme Collections for the month of August.  Here is what Kathy had to share about her choice of the theme.

While growing up many of my family members loved collecting. I definitely have a tendency to collect but try not to as I am trying to minimize. I see the same love of building a collection in my daughter. She has lots of little collections and carries them around in a purse or bag, sets them up, plays with them, and simply admires them. Collections are fascinating. What and why do people choose to collect the things they do? Why do some people collect a lot and others none? What is the purpose behind the collection? How did it all start? Most people who are serious collectors are very proud and sentimental of their collection/s. I am excited to see all the images and stories of collections this month at Share Six!

 

To view the Share Six photographers blogs you can click on each image or you can click on the first image and move from the first blog to the second by clicking on the link on the page that you are reading.

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KG Ledbetter Photography

 

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It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson

 

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Sharleen Stuart Photography

 

Aubrey

Applewood Photography

 

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Roots and Twigs Photography

 

ceri

Ceri Herd Photography

 

Katherine

Cobert Photography

 

Claire

Wilhelmina Photography

For the rest of the month of August and up until September 5th the theme is Collections

We look forward to seeing your images on the topic Collections on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_collections.  Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist and invited them to blog with us in the following period, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

Look out for the new theme on September 6.

An Interview with Jennifer Wilhite Photography: Dream/Dreamy

The theme Dream or Dreamy was chosen by Claire  of Wilhelmina Photography.  When it comes to Dreamy Jennifer of Jennifer Wilhite Photography is a master.  The images she creates continue to amaze and we are so pleased to be able to feature her as our highlighted artist.  I took a bit of time to connect with Jennifer and learn a little bit more about her.

 

Tell us a bit about yourself? and Are you a hobbyist or a pro?

I am a pro but I only work part time. I am pretty busy with my three kids and they come first. I only take limited client sessions but I also love to collaborate with other photographers with styled shoots.

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I just love a straight on portrait. This image was taken in the daytime and there was no snow. It was a fun challenge for me to change that.

 

Tell us a bit about your photography gear. What is the lens do you not have but you desire to have the most?

I shoot with a Canon 5DMarkIII. Primarily I shoot with my 70-200 2.8 but that is usually only for sessions. My 24-70 2.8 lives on my camera for everyday or studio work. The lens I currently have my eye on is the 135 2.0 prime. That will probably be my next lens.

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This image is who I am as an artist. This is what I love to create. The world of a child is so full of whimsy, imagination and innocence. 

 

How did your journey to be a photographer happen? 

I have always loved photography and art. I was always taking pictures. My journey to become pro was more of an end to my first career as a professional horse trainer. Due to injury and circumstance I decided to retire. I went through a bit of a depression until my mother-in-law mentioned how much I love photography and suggested I pursue that avenue as a new career. It was as though I had a light bulb moment and realized that I still had passion and drive I just needed to realize that it did not have to be with horses.

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This image means so much to me. I love to sew and the dress in the sewing machine is a dress that I made for my daughter. The thread I used in the image (even though you really can’t see it) is from my grandmothers sewing box. I dreamt up this image and devised an entire shoot around it. I knew this image is special to me but what really cements that it is one of my very favorites is how it seems to have touched others. I have received so many messages from people who love to sew and how this image touched their hearts. 

 

Who inspires you? 

I am truly inspired by everyone. There are aspects of so many peoples work that I think…Wow! I love seeing so much work in my feed everyday. It is almost relaxing for me to just scroll through and take in all the beauty.

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– I love this image because of the story it tells. It is so simple but I feel like it can say so much. I also love anything vintage. 

 

What advice would you share to the aspirants in this field? 

To never compare yourself to another. We are all on our own journey. Also that it is ok to fail, it does not mean you are a failure. It is probably one of the hardest things to do, to fail, but without it you can not improve.

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–  I chose this because it so represents my son. He loves animals and they love him. I laid in mud and perhaps some deer poop to get this shot. It was so worth it!

 

One thing that you have learnt as a photographer over the years?

To not compare myself to others. I used to do that all the time and always felt that I was not good enough. It drove me into such a creative block and I was so depressed about it. I had to step back from the competitions and just find me again. I had to learn to love my work again.

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This image is from a series I did inspired by the story of Romeo & Juliet. It is one of my absolute favorite styled sessions I have done. I love Shakespeare and I love telling stories in my work. Also, I had worked with these kids before and are an absolute dream to work with.

 

If you are looking for inspiration you can  find  Jennifer on Facebook  or on her web page.  Go give her a like and see her beautiful work in your feed.  Don’t forget to check out her Romeo and Juliet theme photo’s they are stunning.

Share Six has the theme Artifical Light for the next 9 days.  Join us on our Facebook page or our Instagram  (#sharesix_artificiallight) page and share your images for the theme.

We go live on the 6th of August with the new theme.

Guest Highlight: June 2017: Dream or Dreamy

This month’s theme was dream or dreamy and there were so many beautiful interpretations of the theme.  It was really hard to choose.

Claire of Wilhelmina Photography chose the theme this month.  Congratulations Jennifer Wilhite Photography for being chosen as our guest feature this month.  Claire shared why she picked this image:

I chose this image because it looks so magical. The light is stunning!! And what little girl doesn’t dream of being a princess!!

 

Jennifer Wilhite Photography

Jennifer Wilhite Photography

 

Each blogger chooses a photo either from the Facebook feed or the Instagram feed. Photos from our Facebook page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers Facebook page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

Kristin Noffsinger

Kristin Noffsinger

Kris Jones

Kris Jones

Lisa Kathan Photography

Lisa Kathan Photography

Mari Sierra Photography

Mari Sierra Photography

 

Instagram had so many posts and 4 images were selected from there as well. Congratulations to you all!  Click on the image to get to the Instagram page for the artists. Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed.

@minamimbuphotorapher

@minamimbuphotographer

@lisasutherlinphotography

@lisasutherlinphotography

@emmacollins_photography

@emmacollins_photography

@jennifersnavelyphoto

@jennifersnavelyphoto

 

Lastly, we have the blog contributors share for the theme Dream or Dreamy  for the month of May.  If you have not visited their Facebook page and liked them we encourage you to do so.

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Sharleen Stuart Photography

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It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson

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Wilhelmina Photography

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KG Ledbetter Photography

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Ceri Herd Photography

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Cobert Photography

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Roots and Twigs Photography

Just a reminder that our new theme is up and it is Artificial Light.  We look forward to seeing your images on our Facebook page and our Instagram page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_artificiallight.   Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist and invited them to blog with us in the following period, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

July 2017: Artificial Light

For most of us, natural light photography comes easy, but when it is Artificial Light it is a little harder.  Using various forms of artificial light can help to enhance an indoor image. Soft boxes are great sources of artificial light, but everyday room lamps can be an equally great source of artificial light.  Candles, fire and even items like sparklers make great artificial lights.  Rooms without windows rely heavily on artificial light.  So look out for what type of lighting you can use to create your images.

So yes, this month theme is Artificial Light and Ceri  of Ceri Herd Photography  gives her reasons for choosing this topic as her theme:

There are a few reasons I chose {artificial light} for our latest theme. It might seem contrary to the normal documentary shooting of the summer months, but I was living with the prospect of 120°F heat and being confined to the house during daylight hours for several months. That is perhaps fairly superficial reasoning, but in truth {artificial light} gives us so many options: to document in our homes, in places we visit, on the street after dark, in studio, on camera flash, off camera flash…the possibilities are endless! Take this theme and this opportunity as a chance to learn or experiment, try something new or step outside your comfort zone. I can’t wait to see what you create!

Ceri is in the middle of a cross country move and is unable to blog on the 6th due to just arriving at their new home and the lack of internet.  She will share her blog as soon as we are up and running.

To view the Share Six photographers blogs you can click on each image or you can click on the first image and move from the first blog to the second by clicking on the link on the page that you are reading.

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Sharleen Stuart Photography

Claire Porter

Wilhelmina Photography

AubreyDettmer

Applewood Photography

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Roots and Twigs Photography

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KG Ledbetter Photography

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It’s still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson

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Cobert Photography

For the rest of the month of July and up until August 5th the theme is Artificial Light

We look forward to seeing your images on the topic Artificial Light on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_artificiallight. Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist and invited them to blog with us in the following period, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

Look out for the new theme on August 6.

An Interview with @muriellecascone: Street Photography

Sharleen of Sharleen Stuart Photography chose the theme Street Photography and Murielle shared and incredible shot of New York.  So who is Murielle Cascone?  We wanted to learn more about Murielle and so I connected with her to learn who she was and her photography story.

 

Tell us a bit about yourself?  and  Are you a hobbyist or a pro?

I’m married and living on Long Island NY with my husband, four-year old daughter and our dog. I currently have a full-time job in finance and do photography part-time. I’m a brand new pro trying to get the hang of the business side of things.

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I’m a big black and white fan!  I also love the light on her face, the wind in her veil and the way she’s daydreaming.  She looks like a little bride.

 

Tell us a bit about your photography gear.  What is the lens do you not have but you desire to have the most?

I currently shoot Canon (5D Mark III) and have a nice little collection of lenses. I currently own the Canon 24-70m 2.8, 40mm pancake, 50mm 1.8 (for freelensing mainly), 135mm 2.0, Sigma Art 35, Lensbaby Sweet 35, Lensbaby Edge 80 and Helios 44. The lens I don’t have and desire the most is the Canon 70-200mm 2.8.

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I love the light and rainbow/flare here that the train lights created underground.  I like that I was able to capture people waiting for the train.  Typical NYC life.

 

How did your journey to be a photographer happen? 

As many women in this field, my journey started when my daughter was born. I immediately wanted to take better pictures of her. I’ve always loved photography but never realized how multi-faceted it was. My only knowledge and experience was limited to point-and-shoot cameras. I started reading more about it and taught myself at first for the most part.  Then I stumbled upon Clickin Moms and a whole community of photographers on Instagram, which helped take my skills to a whole new level.

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I love the playfulness in this image.  Again, I love processing in black and white.  I love the bokeh and textures here.

 

Who inspires you? 

My inspiration comes from everywhere. I love to photograph the world around me (street, child/family, nature…), so there’s not one person who inspires me. The first two photographers I can think of at the moment are Caroline Jensen and Anna Aromin (manual lens and bokeh queens). They’re amazing at their crafts and have a clear voice.

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I shot through a plastic baggy colored with purple marker.  I love the colorful and dreamy effect it created here while the TV she was watching illuminated her face.

 

What advice would you share to the aspirants in this field? 

I would tell aspirants in this field to learn and practice everyday and also to find their own voice. I’m still trying to find mine.

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I’ve been shooting underwater lately and love this close up with the bubbles around her eyes and in her hair.

 

One thing that you have learnt as a photographer over the years?

One thing I’ve learned as a photographer over the years is that you never stop learning; there’s always room to grow. There are so many facets of photography and technology evolves so fast. Also, there are so many small things around you that can help your creativity (window, glass…); just look around to find them and experiment.

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I love this portrait of my daughter standing in the snow.  I was able to capture the fallen snow and the snow on her hoodies.  I all frames her face perfectly

 

If you are looking for inspiration you can  find Murielle on Instagram  or on her web page.  Go give her a like and see her beautiful work in your feed.

Share Six has the theme Dreams / Dreamy for the next two weeks.  Join us on our Facebook page or our Instagram  (#sharesix_dreams or #sharesix_dreamy) page and share your images for the theme.

We go live on the 6th of July with the new theme.

Guest Highlight: May 2017: Street Photography

Sharleen of Sharleen Stuart Photography choose the theme “Street Photography”. While the Facebook page seemed a lot slower this month, the Instagram page was not. Our banner image comes from Instagram this month.  Congratulations Murielle Cascone of @muriellecascone for this stunning image of New York.  You can also find Murielle on her website.

Sharleen shared why this image stood out for her:

I love street photography and the places I really learned to love it was in the cities of Denver, Seattle and Las Vegas.  There is so much going on on the streets.  

This image reminds me of those streets and it is exactly what I imagine New York to be like.  I love the depth of this image, the leading lines, the light at the end of the road.  I love the activity on the street and I love the blurry effect at the edges of the image. This makes me think of the hustle and bustle of an early morning city street.

Everything about this image spoke to me.  Congratulations!

Murielle Cascone

@muriellecascone

 

Each blogger chooses a photo either from the Facebook feed or the Instagram feed. Photos from our Facebook page that we have chosen to highlight are below and in no particular order. Click on the images to link to the photographers Facebook page.  Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed. Congratulations to you all.

Tremeer Photography

Tremeer Photography

Katie Koranda

Koranda Lab Photography

Lynne Grant Photography

Lynne Grant Photography

Michele Tremblay Photo

Michèle Tremblay Photo

 

Instagram had so many posts and 4 images were selected from there as well. Congratulations to you all!  Click on the image to get to the Instagram page for the artists. Go and like them, show them some love, you will enjoy seeing their images in your feed.

Taneill

@taneill

jennifersnavelyphoto

@jennifersnavelyphoto

lisasutherlinphotography

@lisasutherlinphotography

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@smashphotographync

 

Lastly, we have the blog contributors share for the theme Street Photography  for the month of May.  If you have not visited their Facebook page and liked them we encourage you to do so.

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Sharleen Stuart Photography

Aubrey

Applewood Photography

Ceri

Ceri Herd Photography

Claire

Wilhelmina Photography

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Roots and Twigs Photography

Elizabeth

It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wislon

Katherine

Cobert Photography

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KG Ledbetter Photography

 

I am sure that you like me have dreams, things we want to do, things on our bucket list. We all love the dreamy feel of images that make us feel good. If you like to dream or like the dreamy feel you are in for a treat. The theme for the month of June is Dreams or Dreamy. Interpret it as you feel led to do.and don’t forget to share it with us.

We look forward to seeing your images on the topic dreams or dreamy on our Facebook page and our Instagram page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_dreams or #sharesixdreamy.   Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist and invited them to blog with us in the following period, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.