With the help of a growing number of amazing photographers, Collages.net offers opportunities to connect with other photographers at a regional level. Collages.net Learning and Sharing Sessions (C.L.A.S.S.) allow local photographers to get together once a month and discuss topics from lighting to pricing to SEO strategies.
If you are interested in starting a C.L.A.S.S. in your area please contact Marketing@collages.net.
Brian and Rachel Henderson
Brian and Rachel Henderson are a husband and wife team who enjoy having fun and being real. Beautiful places and genuine people are what inspire them. Their passion is using the lens of a camera to preserve the most valuable moments of life.
They both have a passion for excellence and great photography. They feel very blessed in that they work well with each other. It’s through the differences in both their personality and talents that they fill in each other’s gaps. They attribute building each other up through their strengths as what makes them successful as a team in marriage as well as in business.
They love life and laugh at the little things as often as possible, especially when around their three beautiful kids. They appreciate their family, friends and the wonderful times they get to spend with them. That’s what they try to capture in their images – all the moments people take for granted, but treasure forever.
Award winning Wedding and Portrait Photographer. Father, husband, singer, photographer, entrepreneur. Of all his travels across the world, achievements, accomplishments, awards, seminars, workshops, performances, events… there’s one thing that Dustin has found to unite all of these experiences.
Dustin has made it his life’s work to record people and their lives, to enhance their experiences. Whether it be wowing clients with beautiful photographs with Dustin Meyer Photography or liberating photographers from the tireless work of running a studio with MpactPhoto. From promoting artists with Canvas Press or helping studios market through Facebook, Dustin has made it his personal interest to help people enhance their own lives.
Nick and Liz Corona
The main thing that inspires our photography is the raw emotion of everyday life. We want to be able to capture that from our brides and grooms. Life happens so fast and on a wedding day that goes by so quickly. We feel that it’s our duty as photographers to make sure that all of the emotions our clients felt that day can be felt years later by looking back at their images. We feel so blessed and thankful for the all the opportunities that we are given, which is inspiring to us. We know life is precious and we are so blessed to document it.
Ross and Kammi Bothwell
Ross likes Rock n’ Roll, while Kammi prefers anything but. Kammi sees life in black and white, while Ross is pretty much grey and a dreamer. Ross likes his tech toys, and Kammi doesn’t like to shop. They work together, play together, and have two boys and a baby girl! It goes without saying that they love photographs. We have the best job imaginable. We get to combine a few of our passions-photography, love, playfullness, and humor.
Miranda Zynda-Kneeland and Adam Kneeland
Miranda & Adam are a hubby & wife photography team who specialize in fresh, fun, contemporary and artistic imagery. They love getting to know their clients and tailoring their services to each of their couples. Because they get to know them so well and become friends throughout the wedding planning process, their images really showcase their couple’s personalities and relationships.
Miranda holds two Bachelors of Fine Art, has an affinity for a great pair of shoes, vintage hats and is a foodie at heart. Adam holds a Bachelor of Business Administration, is professionally trained in photography and loves a good game of pool. An award winning team, Reminisce has also been published locally and internationally, featured in Kodak’s Times Square campaign, and gives back to the community by volunteering their services to a number of organizations including Adoption Resources of Wisconsin, Operation: Love ReUnited and Community Advocates.
Catherine Ritchie Park
Catherine has always been drawn to art, even as a small child. She wanted nothing more than to be an ARTIST and pursued this love all the way through grad school. Catherine worked in galleries, taught art classes to teens, but never felt complete. She knew she loved art but hadn’t found a place in that world just yet. It wasn’t until Catherine went on a shoot with a photographer friend to help out with a wedding in 2004 that she was in love!
Ever since that first wedding, she has been smitten and wholeheartedly pursued a career in wedding photography. And seven years later, Catherine is loving every minute of it!
San Diego, California
Working for a newspaper and getting my photography published on the front page on a regular basis, where 45,000 people would see my work, sounds like a very rewarding experience. But, it wasn’t…
It’s not news if it isn’t bad news, is a cliche but it is very true. Working as a staff photojournalist, I was constantly seeking misery and destruction for headline news. After a while it is hard to be passionate about negativity and I began my apprenticeship with one of the best wedding photography studios in the Santa Barbara area.
After photographing just one wedding, I was hooked. Wedding photography offers me a chance to make a meaningful impact on peoples lives. Your wedding day is one of the happiest days for you, your significant other and your family. Taking part in such joy made me realize that I finally found my niche.
Welcome to my passion!