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Amazing kiln glass & glass photography/ tabletop photography classes & private lessons!
A school of photography in Dallas adjacent to the 500X Gallery, for those who would like to learn and explore the world through the photographic medium. We offer beginner to advanced workshops with a very personal touch: small groups in an intimate setting where learning and personal artistic growth truly takes place. We meet at the SA Studio in Deep Ellum, close to downtown Dallas.
The Hull Art Academy is locally owned and operated by Mary Kearney Hull. Mary attended school at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago and holds a degree in art from the University of Central Arkansas. She teaches classical skills and conceptual art for a total well rounded package of skills and creativity. Mary’s artwork has been shown around the country and was recently apart of the 2017 International Women’s Works and also exhibited at the Reese Museum and many more. She has had work published in Poet and Artists international art magazine and the “Nature Inspired&rdq
Hi! I'm a wife, mom of two precious little girls (who are the light of my life) and a photographer!Going through the paces of life, I have discovered an intense passion and great love for photography! It's a wonderful creative art outlet for me. I enjoy capturing different, one of a kind, whimsical, candid and unique images with lots of color and great moments!I am an on-location child and family photographer for the Dallas Metroplex! I look forward to getting the chance to photograph you and/or your family to cherish for many years to come!
I am an experienced Dallas Area Photographer who loves to shoot life as it comes. Having a passion for recording history and the need to capture expression, I use emotion, and the moment to visually tell timeless and memorable stories. As an artist and photographer, my goal is to utilize lighting and individual expression to create interesting images.
Tammy Cromer PHOTOGRAPHY is a high-end digital photography studio and fine art gallery, now offering multimedia productions including hd and 4K video, commercials, business profiles, etc, for broadcast, video podcasts and more! We supply multi-media content.
Cromer is based in Dallas,Texas. area and is available for assignments anywhere in the world. Please contact her for licensing inquiries and upcoming assignments at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Everyone can learn how to take an amazing photo. Learning the basics like lighting, composition and depth of field can make your photo stand out. Even your cell phone can make an amazing photo if you know how to use it. Time to get your creative side moving.
I am a cinematographer and photographer. For the last six years I’ve traveled the nation filming commercials and taking amazing photos for local companies to make them look more national looking companies. I specialize in product shots and food shots. And on my free t
I use many different mediums in my art pieces. I create everything myself . I do not take pictures off of the Internet or copy any form of art and enhance it . Everything I do is original and unique ! I have been creating art since I was very small I started with ink berries I made my own Ink used quill pens and painted and drawed. My mother was my inspiration she gave us a wall in our bedroom we could paint it drawn it color it do anything we wanted and every six months she would repaint it again . She was a fabulous artist . I do a lot of commission pieces . I will do simple sket
Photos by RustyCDallas
- capturing digital memories for eternity
On location photography to capture memories for an eternity. The lens should paint a breathtaking memory, properly compose so that the extensive digital editing is not required.
Rusty acquired his first camera while in college back in the day when the Konica K-1000 was king. In those days when color processing was expensive, nothing was automatic and it took days to see the result, long after the moment had passed. Because you could not recreate the moment, it was paramount th