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Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph.  -Matt Hardy

Thank you for visiting. We hope you will enjoy viewing our blog.

What you will find here are examples of our work,community projects, tutorials by accomplished photographers to help you in your journey into the field of photographic imaging.

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Wedding – Slide Presentation

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A clip from a slide show presentation created for a second time around wedding of two American Airlines Flight attendants.

This was created for the clients reception on the West Coast. They flew out to California a few days after the ceremony in Florida to visit friends and family who could not make their wedding here (FL).

This is a small clip from a larger and fully developed presentation. It follows a story line theme that they requested.  These images were not retouched due to a short deadline. However, the results were fine.

Please let us know what you think. Share on Facebook and leave comments.

On Stage

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Images featuring local performing artists, singers actors and musicians.

Headshots  and  Composites available…Request pricing info@starlitestudio.com

Call us today to schedule your session! 954-385-5690

Please visit again to see more featured performers

www.starlitestudio.com

EVENT: Joe Kaufman for Congress, grand opening of campaign headquarters

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Watch  Full Screen ^

http://www.kaufmanforcongress.com/
Joe Kaufman’s celebration for the opening of his campaign headquarters in Sunrise, Florida.
He is running for Congress in Florida’s 20th District.
Visit his website you will find information on how you can support his campaign.
http://www.kaufmanforcongress.com/

Photographed by Elena Comens and Barnett Comens

Starlite Studio Photography, Fort Lauderdale, Fl


With This Ring

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Slide Presentation created by Starlite Studio

We specialize in small weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Brit Milah, Anniversary Parties and more.

Schedule your next event with Starlite Studio Photography.

On Stage

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Images featuring local performing artists, singers actors and musicians.

Headshots  and  Composites available…Request pricing info@starlitestudio.com

Call us today to schedule your session! 954-385-5690

Please visit again to see more featured performers

www.starlitestudio.com

“Be Inspired!” MoA_FL

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Exhibition, Museum of Art, Ft. Lauderdale October 1- 6, 2011

Through the use of photographs and film, The Art of Caring examines how key events are celebrated and honored and how pivotal decisions are made by different cultures throughout the world. The exhibition is organized into seven thematic sections: Children and Family, Love, Wellness, Healing, Disaster, Aging and Remembering. The exhibition opens with a group of compelling images by Annie Leibovitz that she personally selected to visualize all seven themes as a concise introduction.

The two hundred photographs in the exhibition have been lent by artists, museums, private collectors, and from the holdings of the Time/LIFE Picture Collection, which includes a number of classic images by legendary photographers such as Alfred Eisenstadt, Gordon Parks, W. Eugene Smith, and Dorothea Lange. In addition, works by established contemporary photographers such as Tina Barney, Nan Goldin, Sally Mann, Duane Michals, Nicolas Nixon, and Neal Slavin are combined with works by many younger artists including Elinor Carucci, Albert Chong, Loretta Lux, Walter Martin and Eliza French. Inspired in part by the legendary photography exhibition, The Family of Man, which was organized in 1955 by Edward Steichen for New York’s Museum of Modern Art, The Art of Caring is entertaining, thought-provoking and inspiring. Organized by the New Orleans Museum of Art and guest curated by art historian and former museum director Cynthia Goodman, Ph.D., the exhibition is accompanied by a fully-illustrated catalogue with an extensive essay by Dr. Goodman.

Be Inspired! at the MoA | FL

As part of an effort to further engage the Museum’s patrons with this insightful and powerful exhibition, local artists/ photographers were invited to take time viewing “The Art of Caring” and to then share the response in the form of the written word or a 2-dimensional artwork.

Below are our images from the exhibition.

Stop Wishing….

Stop wishing for that Amazing Camera and Appreciate The One You’ve Got

by Guest Contributor

This photo was taken with a 2 megapixel Canon Powershot A60 at Cannon Beach, Oregon. I don’t care what the readers think of this photo. I like it. I waited, concentrated and opened the shutter at just the right moment for this.

I know a lot of DPS readers are dreaming of and saving for that perfect digital camera – today Dan Dyer from Automatic Camera has a post for you with a good reminder.

All cameras have are essentially the same thing, a shutter that exposes light on a light-sensitive surface. Sure, there are differences in engineering tolerances and technical ranges and the latest technology. But Ansel Adams didn’t have today’s latest gadget. He had know-how, and practice.

The real difference between an average photo and an amazing photo, is the photographer, not the camera.

Here’s how you can make your camera amazing. It just takes a little bit of work.

1 Read your camera manual. If you don’t have it anymore, you can probably find it online. Learn every feature and aspect of the camera you have. It will take amazing pictures if you know how to use it properly.

2 Take your camera with you everywhere you go, and take lots of photos. Take photos of everything. Find something uninteresting and find a way to make it interesting. That is the essence of art.

3 Practice in manual mode. All cameras have a manual mode take a photo and change a single setting. Then change that one setting and take another photo. In my opinion this is the best way to understand the manipulation of light.

4 Make each photo count. One of the biggest downfalls of digital photography is the ability to take so many photos so easily for so little monetary investment. So we buy a cheap camera and snap away, hardly taking a thought to what is in the view finder. STOP! Think about your next photo, then take the time to make it amazing. You’ll start thinking like a photographer and your photos will improve ten fold.

5 Keep your best photos in a special place, discard the rest. Professional photographers take thousands of and show only their best to the client. Take photos for you, you are your own client. One day you’ll look back and be amazed at your work.

Now get to work.
Read more: http://www.digital-photography-school.com

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