Posts Tagged 'Arkansas'

Food Photography: 2016 year in review.

Every year I try to make a blog post that includes my favorite images and projects from the previous year. I would like to keep my blog more up to date, but sometimes I have trouble posting current work because

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Food Photography: 2016 year in review.

Every year I try to make a blog post that includes my favorite images and projects from the previous year. I would like to keep my blog more up to date, but sometimes I have trouble posting current work because

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Juggling a work life balance as a photographer: Road Trip Part 1

I’ve been working toward finding balance when it comes to my work and my personal life. Last year was a great year for business, but it got a little out of control on the personal side. I felt like I wasn’t taking

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Juggling a work life balance as a photographer: Road Trip Part 1

I’ve been working toward finding balance when it comes to my work and my personal life. Last year was a great year for business, but it got a little out of control on the personal side. I felt like I wasn’t taking

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Can you drop a camera and take a good photo?

My old boss always had random sayings about photography that really didn’t make much sense, but somehow they still run through my head all these years later. I don’t remember the exact saying, but he used to talk about dropping a

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Can you drop a camera and take a good photo?

My old boss always had random sayings about photography that really didn’t make much sense, but somehow they still run through my head all these years later. I don’t remember the exact saying, but he used to talk about dropping a

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F8 and be there — with a little bit a luck.

Have you ever heard the phrase “f8 and be there?” It’s attributed to being said by Weegee (Arthur Fellig) in the late 40’s, and it’s a phrase that comes through my head every time I am in one of those “is

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F8 and be there — with a little bit a luck.

Have you ever heard the phrase “f8 and be there?” It’s attributed to being said by Weegee (Arthur Fellig) in the late 40’s, and it’s a phrase that comes through my head every time I am in one of those “is

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2015- A year of changes for this Arkansas Photographer

On this last day of the year, I thought I would make my final blog post a reflection on the changes in my photography business. There were a lot of phone calls, emails, photo shoots, miles traveled and friends made along

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2015- A year of changes for this Arkansas Photographer

On this last day of the year, I thought I would make my final blog post a reflection on the changes in my photography business. There were a lot of phone calls, emails, photo shoots, miles traveled and friends made along

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The story behind photographing Rosanne Cash for National Geographic Traveler

Growing up with a mother as a musician, I’ve been exposed to so many styles of music but the one that has really stuck with me is folk. I love the simplicity, the words, and especially the stories behind the

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The story behind photographing Rosanne Cash for National Geographic Traveler

Growing up with a mother as a musician, I’ve been exposed to so many styles of music but the one that has really stuck with me is folk. I love the simplicity, the words, and especially the stories behind the

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Contemporary Kitchen Interior

Last month I photographed the interior of a beautiful kitchen for a feature in AY Magazine. I really enjoyed listening to the owner talk about his long-standing friendship with interior designer Bruce Goff, with Domus Design Group, and the thought that

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Contemporary Kitchen Interior

Last month I photographed the interior of a beautiful kitchen for a feature in AY Magazine. I really enjoyed listening to the owner talk about his long-standing friendship with interior designer Bruce Goff, with Domus Design Group, and the thought that

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2014 Sports – Arkansas Photographer

  I always refer to the shooting sports as the icing on the cake. Over the years, sports has become a smaller part of my photography, but I really have fun and it’s always a challenge. This year I really had

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2014 Sports – Arkansas Photographer

  I always refer to the shooting sports as the icing on the cake. Over the years, sports has become a smaller part of my photography, but I really have fun and it’s always a challenge. This year I really had

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2014 portraits – Arkansas photographer

As I gathered images together to create this post, I realize just how incredible 2014 was for Beth Hall Photography. Not only did I meet and exceed personal goals for my photography, I met and photographed some really amazing people

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2014 portraits – Arkansas photographer

As I gathered images together to create this post, I realize just how incredible 2014 was for Beth Hall Photography. Not only did I meet and exceed personal goals for my photography, I met and photographed some really amazing people

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Business Portrait – Environmental and Head Shot – Arkansas

I do quite a few portrait shoots for businesses. During my initial talks with my clients, I always like to suggest taking two types of portraits: environmental and plain background. I feel like the second set-up doesn’t take too much additional

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Business Portrait – Environmental and Head Shot – Arkansas

I do quite a few portrait shoots for businesses. During my initial talks with my clients, I always like to suggest taking two types of portraits: environmental and plain background. I feel like the second set-up doesn’t take too much additional

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