Human Nature Photography
About this pro
Natasha is an amazing photographer, I don't know where to begin! I originally hired her to photograph my wedding (after researching practically all the photographers in the area), and I must admit me and my husband were a little photo shy, but she is so nice and so good at what she does that it didn't take us long to really open up and take some amazing photos. I get so many compliments on our wedding photos, they are like none you've ever seen. The woman I hired to decorate for my wedding, hung some of our wedding photos in her shop! We got our photos back amazingly fast, like 2 weeks and a copyright release, which most photographers are stubborn about (I hope Natasha still does this :). A friend of mine got married a month before I did, and I had my photos before her. She also said that her photographer wouldn't give her a copyright release until after 2 years! This is how we met Natasha, and I have fallen in love with her work since. She's photographed my daughter for her "newborn" photos, and her Baptism photos, and I will be using her again for my daughter's "first birthday" photos. She is such an easy person to work with, and she has an amazing amount of patience photographing the baby. Her studio is nice and cozy, and scheduling is never a problem. In other words: "Hire her!" You will be glad you did.Jul 30, 2011
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes I do. I attend seminars in that focus in areas that I would like to expand my knowledge. I read professional photographer literature that keeps me in the know of what is new. I do what I feel is necessary to stay at the top of my field.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I absolutely fell in love with photography way back in High School when I took my first darkroom photography course. The ability to create a great image using different camera settings just captured my heart. From that point on I knew I wanted to be a photographer and set out to educate myself in the field. I attended and still do attend many seminars but I also got my Bachelors degree in Fine Arts specializing in photography because I wanted to show people that I was very professional about what I do.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?When looking for a photographer I feel it is very important that you find a photographer who you get along with. If you are comfortable with that person they will be more likely to capture the real you. All the other professional stuff like training, quality products, and good service matters too, but all in all if you don't get along with them you will not have a great experience.