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On Photography with Mary Marantz

When Mary was growing up on a mountaintop in a small logging town in West Virginia, she never dreamed that she would one day become a Yale Law graduate turned wedding photographer sensation. Yet, that is exactly what happened. You will be captivated by Mary’s compelling story, and at the same time learn about the art and heart of photography in today’s episode.

We cover practical tips and tricks as well as the art of storytelling through the lens. If you are a simple iPhone photographer, or one who makes a living behind the camera, you will love learning from the best of the best in the industry.

Learn more about Mary Marantz on her website, on Instagram, or on Facebook

Some Things You Heard On Today’s Show:

Yale University

Artifact Uprising

Photography translates to: Writing with Light

Clarendon Instagram Feature

Tap Pic Go, App

Fugi Mirrorless Camera

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