I just came across a great article about taking the time to learn photography before spending tons of money on expensive equipment. Read the article here: Photography Talk. What better way to share my Black Friday offer with you! Mention that you read this article and receive 15% off a Beginner’s or Advanced four hour class. Offer is good through midnight Friday. Don’t miss this great deal! (Especially if you went out shopping and found a great deal on a dSLR. : ) ) I look forward to hearing from you.
Are you looking for a fun holiday card this year? Why not schedule a mini session with your pet for a great holiday card option!
30 minute session (Up to two pets. $20 each additional pet.)
25 Holiday Cards (5×7 flat, double-sided)
2 (5×7) prints
10% of the fee will be donated to the Bowling Green – Warren County Humane Society
5 card options to choose from. (For more options, visit us on Facebook at Cheree Federico Photography)
Session must be booked and take place by November 10, 2012.
Call today to reserve your session.
Ric and I spent Saturday morning at Lost River Cave and Trails with several members of the Sunny Sixteen Photography Club. It was a great morning to be out on the trails taking photographs of the beautiful fall foliage. I was concerned that I wouldn’t find anything new to photograph while we were there, but was once again proved wrong. There is always something new for the eyes to see at Lost River.
This past weekend I went on the Kelby World Wide Photo Walk with a group of fellow photographers here in Bowling Green, KY. This was the first year I had participated in the walk and I really had a great time. I’ll definitely be going on the walk in future years. Here are a few of my favorite images from the day:
Ric and I took a quick trip to Mammoth Cave National Park to see if we could capture some of the beautiful fall colors. We weren’t disappointed. We happened to get there at a perfect time to catch some awesome reflections on Sloan’s Crossing Pond. I’m told the pond is a bit dry right now, but there was definitely enough water there to paint a gorgeous reflection from the trees. Enjoy!
I recently went to a farm with one of my photography students so we could walk around and photograph all the animals and scenery there. I met a few horses, some cattle, turtles, birds, and my favorites there, donkeys. Here is one of my fave images from the outing. This is Esther, a shy female who is ever so sweet. I’m a sucker for close up photos of eyes.
A few rays of sunshine to brighten your day!
Are you looking for something fun to do this weekend in the Bowling Green area? Well, look no further! Check out the local art scene in Bowling Green and Franklin. You won’t be disappointed. Here are some places you can visit and support local artists:
Drive a short distance down I-65 to Franklin, KY and stop in the Gallery on the Square to view the Sunny Sixteen’s “In Reverse” exhibit. This exhibit, sponsored by The Studio on Main, is in conjunction with the Festival on the Square which features an antique car show.
If you take a walk around downtown Bowling Green, you can find an exhibit at The Presbyterian Church at 10th and State streets. This exhibit features art from Christy Long, as well as a few pieces from me. Christy has a gorgeous multi-media piece on display there and it is a must see.
Just a few blocks away, step into The Public Theatre of Kentucky and see lots of pink art that goes hand in hand with the current performance of Cabaret for a Cause. Purchase of tickets for this show, as well as the purchase of any of the art on display, benefits the local Catherine Heltsley Foundation for Breast Cancer.
Lastly, take another short drive to Smiths Grove and visit their branch of the Bowling Green Public Library. There is a nice display of art from a few members of the Sunny Sixteen Club for you to enjoy.
There are just too many opportunities to take in the beauty of art and support local artists while you’re at it!