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9 Beautiful Fine Art Flowers From Around Pocatello

Flowers are some very common and favorite photography subjects.  Lots of people like to take pictures of flowers and with good reason.  Flowers are showy, colorful, and short-lived.  They wilt in a hurry, usually a matter of a few days.  The only way to continue to enjoy them for a significant period of time is to take a picture of them.  With a photograph, we continue to be attracted to the beauty they hold even after they are dead and gone.  Here are some lovely flowers, that Cramer Imaging captured amazing pictures of, for you to enjoy.

Photo of the Week

Cramer Imaging is pleased to feature this adorable and quality photograph of a Mandarin duck swimming in a pond full of water as our "Photo of the Week."  Ducks are a particularly fun and colorful subjects for any nature photographer to shoot.  This duck here was no exception to this either.

How to Shoot Epic Photos

It seems that everyone everywhere these days is highly concerned with pursuing the "epic."  Nothing less than the jaw-dropping and utterly astounding will do.  Many photographers choose to pursue and obsess over this dilemma as well.  Even the casual photographer seeks to capture something which people will rave about and will share to viral proportions on social media.  There is nothing wrong with dreaming of photographing something epic.  I would like to discuss how to stop dreaming and how to actually shoot something epic on your camera.

Photo of the Week

Our featured "Photo of the Week" for this week is this classic and amazing photograph of a white pelican against a rocky background.  Achieving a photograph like this of a live animal is always a challenge which requires a great deal of patience and luck in timing your shutter.  This photograph was absolutely no exception to that.

Announcing the Winner of Our Landscape Photo

Cramer Imaging hosted a contest to giveaway a free copy of our landscape photo of Upper Mesa Falls.  This contest ran from September 15th, 2014 to October 15th, 2014.  Entries required liking our Facebook page, following us on Twitter, and signing up for our newsletter.

We are pleased to announce the winner of our free landscape photograph giveaway: