Tia and I had a wonderful time this past Saturday at the New Jersey Folk Festival. This was our second year in attendance and we hope to be displaying our artwork there for years to come. One of the more memorable experiences were the two little girls who absolutely loved our seal photos. It was love at first sight! Both of them were very happy to say the least. So happy they both had to have a photo of our lovely seal Sally. It makes me happy as a photographer to put smiles on our customers faces of any age. That's one of the reasons I do what I do.
Another reason I love what I do is to see past customers come back to say hi. We had several people from last year drop in to see our new work and a few of them purchased from us again. It's also great to meet new people who love our work so much they want to display it in their home or office. New and old customers are what drive us each day and we thank you for all your support!
In other news, this week will be devoted to photographing new wildlife in our area. Hopefully the weather holds off so I can practice with my new Wimberley Gimbal Head and Gitzo Tripod. Until recently I've been using a Manfrotto Monopod so I'm looking forward to trying my hand at a sturdier tripod. I'll try to post new work sometime this week.
Tia and I are also gearing up for our next show this Saturday, May 7th in glorious Fanwood, NJ. We'll be at the "Celebrate Spring" Arts and Crafts Fair from 10am until 5pm. For more info please visit J. C. Promotions on the web at: www.jcpromotions.info
Until next time:
J. R. Warnet
Washed Ashore Photography