Recent PostsMichael Sampson Skip-Over Immunization for You Photo Tip #6: Rule of Thirds, Part One Photo Tip #5: Separate your Subject from the Background Photo Tip #4: Plan your Background – and Foreground… Photo Tip #3 - Fill the Frame Photo Tip #2 A Matter of Pretend Photo Tip #1 It's 2016 - Let's Get Focused! Stanley Steemer and the Syracuse Crunch host 5'th Annual Tired Teddy Bear Toss 5'th Annual Teddy Bear Toss
It is all about relationships and emotions here at Monroe Payne Photography.
My blog is a small window into the passionate, crazy and fun filled world I inhabit, and those who choose to invite me into their lives, to capture their "moments". Even head portraits for commercial uses can be "moments" - after all, if my subjects are having a good time when they are photographed, it comes through in the photos, and that good feeling is in turn passed on to your prospective clients.
Here, I will be letting you know about specials, beautiful people who have come in front of my camera, and also art work that makes ME feel good.
So Welcome! I hope to see you here often!
April 27, 2016
Imagine form being taken, broken into its elements and reimagined into an abstract but fascinating image in oil on canvas. This is the world and craft of Michael Sampson...Read the Full Post »
March 28, 2016
Looking at business websites, do you, like me, skip over those listings that don’t have the owner’s photo, or the photo is very obviously a poor quality snapshot? Of c...Read the Full Post »
March 20, 2016
Photo Tip #6: Rule of Thirds Part 1 Back in my younger days, you know, a year or twenty ago, I would “take” pictures of all sorts of things, centering them exactly in th...Read the Full Post »
February 22, 2016
Last week we spoke about being AWARE of your background. This week we're going to play with bringing attention to your subject by intentionally making it separate from t...Read the Full Post »
February 16, 2016
It is a beautiful summer day. You and your family are on the vacation of a lifetime – or maybe just this year’s trip – but in any case, it is a journey and a time to crea...Read the Full Post »
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