Newsletter Oct 2015

Good morning everyone and welcome to the October newsletter.  Yay, its fall again…. The weather is a little cooler but still awesomely sunny and the colors are just about to kick in ….wow!!

Firstly, thank you all so much for your entries into the summer vacation special competition, there was some great images!!  But the winner...congratulations to Gia Thornburg for sending in the spectacular winning photo.  Check it out below this section...a beautiful image of a magnificent animal!  Be sure to look out for future competitions!

I have launched a great offer for October...get your holiday cards in early - 25 free with all October shoots! - see the 'October Opportunities' below for more details.

Also, October will find me in the UK for a few days doing a wedding photography course, I am so excited...find out a bit more in 'Latest and Greatest'!!

Don't miss the 'Little Ditty About my Own Camera Fun' - all about the squirrel and the woodpecker :-)

Halloween and Fall....what better reason do you need to get your camera out!  For the photographer in you...sign up to the blog - this month we will cover bulb setting which will help to capture those nighttime images without spoiling them with the flash!

Thanks so much for reading the newsletter and happy October. 

Tracey xxx

Moose, by Gia Thornburg
Latest and Greatest
I am so excited to be on a wedding course at my favourite photography training school in the UK in are a few cute shots from a wedding I was assisting.
October Opportunities...
October Holiday Shoot Special

Book and schedule any shoot during October and receive 25 personalised holiday cards free with your shoot!  Offer applies to all packages including the mini!! Click on the image on the left to find out more!

Offer Ends - 31st October 2015
Offers cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer
For the Photographer in You - 'You're Smarter Than Your Camera!' - October - Back with Composition!!!
Just as the nights draw in, the October blog is moving onto will cover flash, off camera flash and also the 'bulb' setting.  Bulb is not directly linked to lighting, more of a control aspect of the shutter speed to allow you to capture those low light situations without the intruding flash!  So sign up or just tune in to find out more!!

Below is an image from the current blog...which outlines a fun technique called 'Zoom Burst'....check out the blog for more information!

I look forward to you joining me for this month! 
Sign me up to 'You're Smarter Than Your Camera' Blog
Little Ditty About My Own Camera Fun - Squirrels, Acorns and Woodpeckers!

I love this story and have been meaning to find the time to get these images for such a long goes.  The story goes something like this....the beautiful acorn woodpeckers collect the acorns and store them in these elaborately created holes, perfectly crafted for their acorn!...
...the squirrels come along and steal them for themselves and either eat them or bury them, to hide them from the woodpeckers!  Then!! guess what?  The woodpeckers dig them up and put them back in their slot!

Watch this fantastic video of an acorn woodpecker defending it's acorns!!

Next challenge... capture the woodpeckers on camera!!
Quote of the Month

 'Wrinkles mean you laughed, grey hair means you cared and scars mean you lived!' ~ Unknown

October Project

I'm sure you can guess it!  If you get the chance, take a look at the October blog, the first one will be released on the 16th October.  Have a go at changing your don't need any special equipment, the lighting blog also applies to making use of natural light.  Also, have a go at the nighttime shots without additional may need something to rest your camera on, but it's well worth it!! As always, I'd love to see your favourite shots! 

And that's it for October!

Thanks for reading the October newsletter, do get in touch if there is anything you would like to know more about!


Tracey xx
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