Now have my diploma and a website :)

Finished my modules and just got my marks back a couple of days ago – I now officially have a ‘Diploma in Professional Photography’ Yay! (well when it arrives in the mail anyway lol). Part of the course was helping you to find direction with your photography and I decided I would like to try some natural light portraiture work as I am always drawn to people images whether candid or posed. (Have some friends and their kids lined up for test runs) The natural flow of this meant having to create a website (separate to the RB bubblesite) for potential clients. Its is pretty much finished, just need to continue tweaking which images are stay/going, more to add/delete etc. But you will get the general feel for it.…

Its Trish Woodford Photography

If you have time and have any thoughts, I wo

Names... Opinions would be great :)

Ok, so I am thinking about dabbling in some natural light portrait photography work – setting up a website and trialing it with some friends and their children first. Then using those images to show my style of photography on the website. (I’m on the last 2 modules of my Photography Diploma and it focuses on getting you to hone in on the style of photography you like and what you want to do with it. For me I am always drawn to people.)…

Just trying to decide whether to run with my name
ie. Trish Woodford Photography and then have a byline underneath like ‘fleeting moments’ or ‘capturing a moment in time’.
whether to come up with a business name for it. Any thoughts.

(Still want to continue with street photography and candid images and more creative work etc but on a day to day basis to

A Challenge..

The Secret Society has got a challenge up at the moment for its 2011 new Avatar. Be sure to head over and enter here, there is only 16hours left to get your entry in.
(Just make sure you entry has been accepted previously in the group).
Good Luck!

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