Last post, I told you about my new job, and the changes that would come with that for my photography. Then I disappeared.
I actually didn’t but I haven’t been online much. It has been a bit harder to get used to the full time job / part-time business juggle than I had thought. Plus my side projects. Yeesh.
I am still waiting for the dust to settle (and my full time job is in social media, blogging and some photography so, yeah, some nights I feel like I gave at the office, so being online is the last thing I want to do in the off hours).
Last week, I did attend the Professional Photographers of Canada conference, and have a few more events coming up in the next month where I am gonna learn stuff. Photography stuff, which I am looking forward to very much. I ran a charity photo booth last week for a local organization that I have supported for many years (and it was a blast..and no I won’t do one for you…it was also hard work to do it the way I wanted. I am not set up for that kind of event on any regular basis).
I participated in the image salon/competition for the PPOC and was very pleased to have three images accepted into the salon. (what the heck is salon? Yeah, kinda jargon-y, weird to explain, but basically it is an image competition, there is are 4 levels of accomplishment, there is a book all the accepted images are put into, there are awards..which I didn’t win but I was sitting at a table of winners, so that is kinda LIKE winning…not really, but it was fun).
Here are the images that were accepted. I might be sorta thrilled about it. The book of images from this competition is GORGEOUS and the work is top notch and I am so excited to be in there.
Julie Tauro is a Kitchener Waterloo photographer and the owner at Tauro Photography. Tauro Photography has been providing photography services for families in the Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge since 2002. She also is back in the blogging seat again baby! Look out world!
Julie is an accredited photographer with the Professional Photographers of Canada.