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Kayla | Senior Session | Cold Spring MN Photographer

This past fall, I had the privilege of photographing my niece, Kayla.  I am so happy that she and her mom made the trip to my neck of the woods for this session.  We found some great locations around the St. Cloud area and the fall colors were gorgeous!  Kayla attends High School in Cottage…

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Women’s Night Out | Cold Spring, MN Photographer

Two weeks ago, I had the opportunity to be a part of the 1st annual Women’s Night Out put on by Dr. Kristin Hess, owner of Hess Family Chiropractic in Cold Spring, MN.  She put out the invitation to her clients, who were invited to come and bring a friend.  The turnout was fantastic!  Many people,…

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  • Linda Traeger - I’m sad I missed this.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa - Just visited your website today. Really enjoyed your photos.ReplyCancel

How I view….Dinnertime | Cold Spring, MN Photographer

Dinnertime in our house is anything but traditional.  Its not at a scheduled time.  It isn’t formal.  It doesn’t include the whole family 90% of the time.  And I really can’t remember when we have all actually sat together at the dining room table.  If we do eat together, its usually standing around the island…

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  • Erika - That looks so yummy! I think a lot of people can relate to your dinnertime routine. My sister has kids in upper grade school, junior high and high school and they are always one the go! Stay hydrated haha! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • kimberly - I love your step by step pics and your perspective this month! It is so fun to get to know you a little more. Great photos Heidi!ReplyCancel

  • Karthika Gupta - LOVE all the food detail shots…the noodles being rinsed is my favorite…way to go!ReplyCancel

  • Marlo Yoshimoto - Ohh that looks delish! I got exhausted reading about your family’s schedule LOL Love that you still get to eat together once in a while – and slipping in the red ale!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Beth - Heidi I LOVE this! Your processing is gorgeous, I could stare at that stroganoff for hours and I don’t even eat meat. LOL!ReplyCancel

  • Emily - Reminds me of my family growing up….a very loving, but busy bunch!ReplyCancel

  • Julie M - Heidi I always love your posts! I am definitely going to try this! Stay hydrated – a very good tip! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Brigette - LOVE this post! Your images are fantastic and that last picture sums it all up perfectly. Hey, as long as you’re together, it doesn’t matter where it is! <3ReplyCancel

  • nadeen - I’m right there with you, Heidi!ReplyCancel

  • Camille - That stroganoff looks so rich and creamy. Definitely my kind of food! The bisuits look really good too.ReplyCancel

  • stefanie - my favorite part was the “stay hydrated” part. too funny!! and i love the cooking recipes – i may try to re-create your quick dinner 🙂ReplyCancel

  • How I View Dinnertime » Kimberly Walla | North Canton Ohio Portrait Photographer - […] up is my friend/fellow photographer Heidi at Maehill Studios. Follow our circle to see different views for this month’s […]ReplyCancel

CM Photo Challenge…Shoot thru glass | Cold Spring MN Photographer

This months theme for our CM Challenge Blog Circle, was to shoot thru glass.  This is one of those times that I wish I had a macro lens.  I have seen some pretty cool photography experiments shooting images in say, Karo syrup or seltzer water, up close through glass showing the microscopic bubbles.  Ahhh…but to…

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  • Andrea - I im in LOVE with your first image! Beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • tabitha - I love the first shot! I totally want a macro too…especially after seeing some photos in this blog circle! Love your shots!ReplyCancel

  • Nadeen - Wonderful images even without a macro!!!ReplyCancel

  • Maggie - Love your interpretations. It’s amazing how similar thoughts (rainy day) can have such different results.ReplyCancel

  • Carleen - Love the snow! I miss it but I know most people are sick of it by now! I totally want a macro lens asap too!ReplyCancel

  • Deirdre - Love the shallow depth of field here and how the blur actually makes the flag and the person outside even more lovely.ReplyCancel

  • Zuzana - Great pics, love the texture on the window.ReplyCancel

Blog Circle Photo Challenge–Perspective

I have joined another group of women photographers.  We are in a Photography Challenge Circle.  Every month, a challenge is given and we must decide for ourselves how to interpret the challenge, photograph the challenge, and then write about our challenge.  We will link to each other to create a circle. For this month, we…

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  • April Nienhuis - I love how you did this challenge and that type of perspective is always so fun!ReplyCancel

  • Janecke - This is awesome. I love your perspective and getting a glimpse into your day. Thanks for sharing.ReplyCancel

  • Zuzana - Wow, this is fantastic idea, I love your perspective and how you captured your day.ReplyCancel

  • Deirdre - I so enjoyed these…something so joyful about them. My family cracked up when I had to google how to use the timer to get a family shot on Easter because I too had forgotten (even though the camera feels like part of my body at this point).

    Your images had me thinking that must be the view my dog has most of the time:)ReplyCancel

  • Tabitha - This is such a cool idea! I love it when photographer get in front of the camera! Beautiful photos!ReplyCancel

  • Maggie - I love your perspective of shooting feet – what a cool idea!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea Ryerson - Heidi, I love your take on this! I think it is very interesting, and totally reminds me that I need to get on the other side of the camera once in a while!ReplyCancel

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