I am honored to be the featured photographer in the Hometown Focus for the month of March. Click here for the full article:
My wildlife photography has been featured in local and statewide papers and calendars for the last several years. For the last year I have been working on building a profile in Capture Minnesota. I am happy to report my second Photo of the Day Award - http://www.captureminnesota.com/photos/2024206
This image is available for purchase and can be found by clicking Photo Galleries above and navigating to the winter gallery - http://www.tuskanphotography.com/winter
The Artisan Market that was canceled last Saturday at the Minnesota Discovery Center due to weather has been rescheduled to this Saturday November 26th from 10am to 4pm. I'll be displaying my work for sale along with many other artists. If you are looking for unique and one of the kind gifts for Christmas or yourself this is the place you'll want to be...https://www.facebook.com/events/211946329251155/
My wildlife photography has been featured in local and statewide papers and calendars for the last several years. For the last year I have been working on building a profile in Capture Minnesota. I am happy to report my first Photo of the Day Award - http://www.captureminnesota.com/photos/2006749. This image is available for purchase and can be found at www.tuskanphotography.com/loons.
I'll be showing my framed work at the Minnesota Discovery Center in Chisholm, Minnesota March 12, 2016. The show runs from 10am to 4pm. My husband Paul makes the frames for me out of reclaimed wood and glass. This show I will be featuring landscapes and wildlife images taken in Northern Minnesota. If you are out and about stop in.
Happy New Year
As the new year begins, I would like to thank all my customers for a great 2015!! I wish everyone all the best in 2016, it is never too late to follow your dream!! Happy New Year!!!
This image is from the fireworks display in Eveleth this past summer for the 4th of July made even more special for my sister Angie traveled from Michigan to experience Eveleth and the clown band for the 4th!
The holidays are right around the corner and what better time to take family photos. Here's a few quick tips to help capture lasting memories.
Let your family come together naturally, joking around a little before the shot gets rid of the tight smiles and helps everyone relax. No need to say cheese as everyone will already be smiling.
During formal shots remind family members if they can't see the camera then the camera can't see them.
Photographing a large family it is helpful to bring in lamps from a different room so everyone is lighted evenly bringing balance to the image. Check to be sure that the bulbs have the same "color temperature" (soft white, incandescent (yellow cast), etc). This of course requires a little advance planning but it will be worth it to have a special keepsake.
Stepping away from the action and using your cameras zoom feature will help you achieve great cameo shots.
Remember to give your camera to a family member so you have images of yourself and enjoy the time with family.
What makes a great infant image? Sometimes less is more. Props are great but the focus should be on the child, the subject of the photograph. I see more and more props being used, shifting the focus from the infant to the scene. You lose what is most precious about the image the new life that was brought into the world. I believe in keeping the focus where it should be on the infant. To learn more about my style of photography call 218-744-3880 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers to a great holiday season! JoyA child's joy is the best gift of the season