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We have just returned from WPPI (wedding and Portrait Photographers International)....We love to attend this huge, week long learning experience and Trade Show in Vegas on a yearly basis. WE may not get out to see much of Vegas, but attending keeps us current and fresh. We bring home amazing amounts of products and benefits, for our clients.
It is a large investment in time, money and effort, but we feel our clients deserve an ongoing influx of ideas and up to date knowledge base. In this world of ever changing computers and digital learning, it's easy to get lost in it or to give up even trying to keep up....
This week of Intensive master-classes and speakers, (of which the list to choose from is star studded,spectacular and huge) allows us to put the necessary into perspective and makes sense of all that is out there to... Read full blog article
Watch this video and then think about how those things that are most important to you....well, don't you want to capture them in a portrait? Make a memory... portrait sessions with Gainsboro are FUN! Call us at Gainsboro Studio today and we can help you remember that ....
"The most important things in life....are NOT things" :)
Imagine...an intimate wedding venue like no other…the perfect balance of elegance and romance.
Imagine romance and elegance at this historic landmark estate in downtown Medicine Hat, Alberta. One wedding per day, 20-100 guests, catering and bar services, custom packages, on-site photographer and wedding planner.
The Gainsboro Studio Estate is hands down, Medicine Hat's most unique intimate wedding venue. This historic estate hosts one wedding per day, and its completed restoration is designed specifically for photography so it's backdrop as a wedding is unparalleled.--both for ceremony and reception.
The studio's gardens are shaded by amazing grande trees, adorned rose covered arches, statuary, vintage lamp posts, and elegant pond. Featuring a bridal dressing space like no other, the large parlor of this turn-of-the-century vintage house is all yours.
Anorexia and bulimia at the onset, an provide a facade of control and desired identity. The client may feel a sense of victory in their striving for perfection. They see their thinness as an ideal that is within reach.
Storyboarding the anorexic or bulimic internal struggle can reveal externally and pictorially to the client, their twisted internal struggles. These struggles display the irony of the comfort the client derives from their condition... at first. The insidious nature of the condition over-powers them and they end up battling for control of their own minds.
Rather than being a solution, anorexia and bulimia becomes the problem.