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June Etta Photography
About this pro
June was very professional in her dealing with us for wedding photography. Even more important, she has an artistic eye, giving us those one-of-a-kind photos that will be true heirlooms. She caught the differing moods of the day splendidly, from pre-wedding, to ceremony, to group photos, to reception and dance.May 23, 2016Verified
Better than expected! June is clearly an amazing photographer. We needed photos of high-end wayfinding signage that our company fabricated and installed throughout WSU. Good photography is highly important for our business success. She was able to capture an abundance of attention-grabbing perspectives that make each photo stand out. The photos have received many compliments and as planned they will be added to our marketing material and website. Like they say a picture is worth a thousand words; you'll get that and more from June Etta. Highly recommend!Dec 21, 2015VerifiedJune T.'s reply
Thank you so much, Euretta. It was such a pleasure working with you, and your company. As a graduate of WSU, I can proudly say that the signs add so much to our university. I wish that they were there when I attended!
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Yes. Good photographers tend to be curious, and tend to have a drive towards perfection. We are always looking for ways to improve our craft, whether it be through books, classes (online, or otherwise), workshops, forums, trips to art museums, professional meet ups, etc. I have found experience to be one of the best teachers, though, is experience, of which I have gained a lot!
- How did you get started doing this type of work?The joke in our family is that you are either a photographer, or a nurse. I chose photography. ;) It all started with my dear Uncle Ed, and just traveled through the generations. It was during college that I took my first photography class, using borrowed equipment, and learning how to navigate my way around a darkroom. I was hooked! My first good film camera was purchased just before my 21st birthday, and it continued from there.