Erie Portrait Photography: Julianna

Tonight we conducted a portrait session for Julianna.  Including both formal and casual outfits, we captured some great images.
This one was shot against pure black, in her formal dress:
Utilizing both natural light and our great indoor brick wall, we captured this interesting image. 
The next images were shot against a blue-purple background which matched her outfit perfectly. A bit of backlighting makes her hair stand out.
Being a dancer, we had to get a leap shot.  Look at that form!
Here’s a great natural pose of Julianna.
Great job, Julianna!  Look for the rest of the images soon!

Erie Photography Seminars: Adventures in Photography

today we are launching a series of hands-on seminars for new or developing photographers.  Entitled “Adventures in Photography Level 1: Summer Series“, we are offering a weekly 2-hour seminar designed to give a broad base of experiences and skills to those wishing to learn more about the technical and artistic side of photography.
All you need to join is a digital SLR with at least one lens, and a desire to learn and grow as a photographer.  We’ll provide the material, subjects and experiences to let you produce better images.
Topics include the following (and much more):
  • Digital SLR setup
  • White balance
  • Photographing people, pets, landscape and small items
  • Camera setups for difficult situations (dark rooms, etc.)
  • Image editing and use of websites to share and critique images
Sessions are $30 each, or $200 for the entire series of 8 sessions.  Discounts are available to current and past customers of John Huegel Photography, Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership members, PPA or WPPI members and people over the age of 65.
To register for the class, send us an email here.
We hope you join us!

Graduation Day!

Congratulations to Jennifer Huegel, our youngest daughter, who graduated this week from Harbor Creek High School, Summa Cum Laude, and addressed the graduating class as their President. We are so proud of you, Jenny!

Jenny and her sister Kelly. Now they are both “college girls!”
The family. What a day!