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Maggie Lord, a Fairfield resident, has turned her wedding blog named Rustic Wedding Chic in a 6 figure firm during her kid’s naptime. Thirty two year old Maggie made the highly popular blog that is used by brides who looks for rustic wedding inspiration. Everything started in the year 2009 when she was planning her very own rustic marriage ceremony.
She told that his husband and she were getting married at her family’s summer house in northern Wisconsin. she wanted to combine a rustic wedding feel with the elegance found in a place like Connecticut and she started feeling underwhelmed with what was available. She really wanted her ceremony to reflect the lake and the pine trees her family summered at, but found little inspiration.
She added that if she was looking for it, she knew other brides and couples were looking for it too. Therefore, she started blogging while planning her wedding as a way to put resources together and connect with other brides. After her wedding, she really wanted her blog to turn into a whole time career and she, in fact, did. Her son born in the year 2011. In the midst of all these she has found a way to be successful both as a mother and also as a owner.
She started building her business when her son used to sleep. She told that most people told her to sleep when her kid sleeps, but she kept herself busy in her work.
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Back by people’ demand, Crowngate Shopping Centre is all set to play host for an Easter exhibition to the Worcestershire Camera Club. After, the Christmas exhibit, when over five hundred prints were showed by both amateur and pro photographers, and students from the Worcester College of Technology, the exhibits would take stage in shopping centre in the city starting from Thursday.
Pat Agar, the Mayor of Worcester, visited Christmas exhibit, after which she preened the club on the quality of the work showed. She also added that it was not supposed to be missed. The club members would be present on the first day. Therefore, if the visitors need any specific info regarding displayed prints as well as general queries regarding photography. There would be minimum three ready to take photographers.
Easter Exhibit will be open from 10 am and would go on till 4 pm on Thursday and Saturday and Sunday, launched by the Cheshire Wedding Photographer.
Meanwhile, millpond-smooth waters, crimson sunrises and storm lashed beaches – they are some of the photographs shortlisted for My Coast contest of RNLI, one of which would be selected by public vote via the Facebook page of the charity this week. The contest was started previous autumn to coincide with an exhibit exhibiting the photography of volunteer lifeboat crew member as well as pro photographer, Nigel Millard, who selected the top ten snaps. He told that he looked for striking images that really encapsulate the photographer’s experience of the coastline.
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An exhibit at the Studio 19 exhibiting the old age craft of film photography is starting in Wollongong, offering a rough appearance at the day to day life of Illawarra artists. These days, if you had to take a snap, you use your digital camera or your smartphone. No matter what you are using, it is not expected to use a traditional camera. But, this is exactly what Nina Kourea, and Wollongong artist, has asked people to do for her new exhibit.
The photographers were let 1 roll of twenty four exposures film, clicked over the course of 1 day. The results were artistic and all of them share the character of being created with old photographic art form.
According to reports, Nina told that this is not really perfect and this is something that he loves about it. She added that the amount of perfection in digital photography drives her mad, but she just loves the raw image, and that is something that she loves about this exhibit.
Meanwhile, After 5 years, Austin Center for Photography is set to shot down their shop later this year. Following a banner initial year, the membership revenue went down to 87 percent going into this year and the attendance went down to thirty five percent.
The Center’s top achievement is their Icons of Photography series. It introduced some of the top photographers in Austin.
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