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Jenn Mishra @ Wits End Photography
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A presentation is perfect for when you're working with a group of friends or an organization. I can speak on a variety of photography or post-processing topics including:
Photography Technique & Lifestyle
32 Photo Etudes: Techniques to Improve your Photography
Photography as a Lifestyle: Improving Health and Well-Being through Photography
Living Life with Photography: 365 Projects
Zen Photography: Photography as Meditation
Street Photography: Seeing Life through Others
Lay of the Land: Improving your Landscape Photography
To Compete or Not to Compete: When to go for the Awards and When to Walk Away
An American in Cuba: My Experiences in Post-Cold War Cuba
Colorful Streets of India
Getting the most out of your Travels: Planning Trips for the Photographers - and Non-Photographers - in your Life
So what does the REAL Photo Look Like?: What Post-Production can do for your Photographs
Personality-Infused Photographs: Developing your Personal Style
I specialize in contemplative photography or Zen photography - the basis of my website PhotoYoga. I love to help photographers of all levels use photography as part of a well-balanced life. I have traveled extensively and can speak on a variety of travel topics.
1-2 hour Presentation within 100 miles of St. Louis: $200*
1-2 hour Presentation requiring overnight stay: $500*
Additional Workshops during visit: $100/hour
*Plus travel expenses. Local St. Louis organizations may be eligible for a reduced or gratis rate
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I'm an American photographer born in Colorado and based in the St. Louis metro area. I specialize in individual portraiture, including senior and graduation photos, and headshots.
A musician by profession, I try to bring a sense of lyricism and improvisation to my photography. I love to work with available light and bring out the inner light in the person I'm photographing. I might be a classical musician by trade, but I'm very much a jazz photographer!
I love to travel and have travelled extensively in the United States & Europe, but even when at home, I try to keep the same sense of adventure – looking for novelty in the everyday; finding the extraordinary in the ordinary. A musician by profession, I have recently become passionate about my photography. I have photographed nearly my entire life, but only to document travels, not to make art. Now, I've found that I can do both.