Photographers of the Month
Kelly Davis and Brooke Wright
Here is what Kelly has to say about herself and the work she does with her sister, Brooke:
I have three young boys that keep me busy most of the time! I fell in love with capturing memories of my first son 6 years ago and it just continued on from there. When I bought my first DSLR the Nikon 3200 it was great feeling to own my first professional camera. I wanted to do more with what I began learning in the first years through group lessons and self taught google searches so I began offering my photography services out to other moms I knew. In my home I set up a mini photography studio, not knowing much, but pushed forward with one main confidence and that was loving children. I had a small clientele of family and friends. A few years later, my sister Brooke, joined my small venture and with that I went on to buy my Nikon D750. I realized that with families with multiple children the photography session also needed another hand to deal with the chaos and uncertainty of children's demeanor. I am slowly teaching Brooke the knowledge behind the camera to become a second shooter. And with that, we as a team have had one on one lessons with Owen. It has been a fun experience learning from Owen. We first met at a beautiful garden, then Swathmore college and then delved into exposure and architecture. We recently had a an in-home lesson on studio lighting. The wealth of knowledge Owen has to offer a striving photographer is never ending. Brooke and I are successfully running a photography business that specializes in portrait, family and newborn photography. www.kellydavisphotos.com
Congratulations, Kelly and Brooke, on your successful photo venture. As your samples below show, you have really mastered the many challenges of getting great shots of kids and babies. It's wonderful to see what can be done with some time, patience, determination, and joy of photography. Your love of children shows in every shot. Thanks for sharing these charming images.
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