Thursday, August 28, 2008

Personal/Business Story: NC State Fair


My FAVORITE seasons are winter and fall.  I love the colors in the fall, and feeling the cooler breeze slowly pushing out the heavy heat and humidity.  My whole life I have always associated fall with the NC State Fair!  We lived just a few miles from the fairgrounds- you could smell the food and see the fireworks from my backyard.  

I love shooting at the fair... tons of lights, tons of colors, rides, people, stuff, junk, etc!!  So here is my question for you...

Who wants an engagement/bridal/family/kids/senior/love shoot at the fair this year??  Think about it!  Our new townhouse is less than a mile (I measured) from the fairgrounds, you can come here, change clothes, and we can head on over!  Please please please?? :)





7 comments:

CottonCandy said...
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NC State Fair said...

We put out another call for your AWESOME photo op idea on our State Fair blog :)

www.2008ncstatefair.blogspot.com

jessica said...

I think it's a great idea! I love documentary style photography... how much would you charge for the fair shoot?

ashley stephenson said...

Jessica- I would love to send you some info. Either leave me your email address, or shoot me an email at nas.image@gmail.com and I will give you all the info! I look forward to hearing from you!

Ashley

Lisa said...

The BF and I have been going to the fair together for years - it's our own little tradition. Feel free to shoot me some info on a fair shoot, too! NCSULilWolf@gmail.com.

Thanks!

jessica said...

Hey! email me at pinkladiej@gmail.com
thanks so much, I look forward to getting the info!

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