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Romantic & Contemporary Photographer
"One more, One more, Big Smile,
And I'm spent."~me
How did I become a photographer?
Truth is, I have always been one.
Starting as a child with 110 film.
Using my mothers camera, capturing sunsets from my third floor window.
I was hooked! Hooked on capturing beauty, happiness, and moments I never
wanted to forget.
I never went anywhere without a camera.
If I forgot mine at home, I bought a disposable camera.
I filled frames, poster boards, and albums full of memories.
So that brings us to becoming professional.
I started in management working photo studios.
I learned the basics of photography and how the business works.
During those years I realized, how large studio were run.
It wasn't about the people, it was about the dollar signs.
I knew these people, I had regulars, I knew how bad the economy was.
I wasn't going to make someone feel guilty or talk them into buying what they
I wanted to give them more photographs, of those special moments.
So I left the large studio world behind me.
Thanks to my loving and supportive family.
I was able to create the time to do what I knew was right.
Photograph families and couples, at prices they could afford and handle on a budget.
Drive one hour to two hours away to meet them at their local park or home.
To capture those reflections of happiness, they had created in their mind,
for so long.
Thanks to my friends and family for all of their support through the years.
If it wasn't for them, I wouldn't be the photographer I continue to be today.
I am always blessed with every new face I meet.
These photographs you see from throughout the years.
They are more to me then just photographs.
They are special people that have come into my life, they honored me.
By being able to capture a moment in their life, they always wanted to remember.
For me as a photographer, I am truly blessed.
Takecare & Keep Smilin'~Kat Hall