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Amy Wolf is an Austin native who found her passion for photography in a high school journalism class. There she learned the basics for composition and won several academic awards for photography in journalism. In college, she diverted her attentions and pursued a degree in linguistics with a minor in psychology. After college, Amy's love for photography never died and she started working for a local portrait studio. There she learned basics of studio photography and later decided to embark on her own. She now is a full time freelance photographer specializing in portraits and event photography.
My name is Michael Lunceford. I’m the principal photographer at Sky of Texas Wedding Photography. I took up photography in 2003, and started shooting weddings professionally in 2010. Since then, I have branched into other forms of photography including real estate, portraits, family, food, and even automobiles. I like doing varied types of photography because things I learn in one form tend to find their way into others. This keeps me fresh and stimulated.
Jose is a photographer that has nine years of experience in studio photography. He studied photography locally in Austin,TX and further advanced his technique in Chicago. While in Chicago he assisted, digiteched and became a second shooter for various studios shooting for Nestle, Kraft an Wells just to name a few. He also has experience in lifestyle, portraiture and pet photography.
I found that in life, the passions that drove us as children will eventually circle back around to us. If you are lucky, those passions will reemerge ten fold with a driving force you won't be able to ignore. This has proven true in my life with my love of photography. I've shot since I was a young boy and trained in film photography. As an adult, I have been self taught in digital photography.
By the time I bought my first SLR at 10 years old, I became obsessed with learning photographic processes and about the different technological characteristics and applications of equipment and film by reading monthly subscriptions and books. If I couldn't afford to buy the magazines, I sat in the Barnes & Noble magazine section and read every photo magazine I could for hours. After each article I read, I either went out to test my knowledge and/or buy more books to become more skilled at each method. It quickly went from learning everything technical, to creating personal work and trying to develop my own style. I enrolled in classes, summer programs, I pushed my high school to develop out their darkroom when they were considering downsizing it by getting my fellow classmates interested in it and helping organize gallery shows to raise money for the equipment we needed. I kept going from there and finding anyway I could learn more to make a living doing what I love.