Weekly Artist Feature

This week we have with us Stacey from Stacey Repinsky Photography!! I have gotten to know Stacey’s work through our weekly themes and she blows me away each time!! Her work is so inspirational and flat out gorgeous! I’m so honored to have her here with us! I honestly can’t believe this is her first time guest judging! She has chosen for us the theme {Children at play}! Grab a cup of preference and enjoy getting to know your fellow photographer! Plus we have some new questions! 🙂 Have a wonderful week everyone!



A little about Stacey

I am a mom to 4 beautiful little kiddos and a wife to a supportive husband. I also work another full-time job on top of running this photography business! My passion is photography, I can’t get enough of it! I love experimenting with lighting and movement. I feel like I am missing a part of me when I don’t have my camera!

Can you tell us what photography means to you?

Photography means a lot of things to me; art, memories, emotion, stories, a way to relax and also excitement!

What motivates and inspires you?

Seeing other photographer’s work really motivates and inspires me. I love seeing all of the amazing post-processing other artists use. It’s fun to see new perspectives other artists see things from.

Are you in business or a hobbyist?

I would say I am both! I do shoot for clients but I also shoot for fun. I learn a lot from being both in business and a hobbyist.

Can you share with us 5 of your favorite images and tell us why you love them so.

Here are a few of my favorites. I love incorporating sun, motion, and water in my images. They are my favorite ingredients for creating beautiful photographs 🙂

beach dandelion farm lake puddleWhat’s in your camera bag?

Let’s see! I have my Nikon D610, my 35mm lens, my lens cloth and cleaner, 1 extra charged battery, several SD cards, and an engraved heart that I had made when I lost my baby at 9 weeks gestation in 2013. So I feel like he is with me when I am doing something that I love.

What does your editing process look like?

I like to upload photos from a session and then flag the images that I love right off the bat and then edits those. I don’t delete the others right away because I want to make sure that I have the best of the best and then when I am confident in that, I delete the rest 🙂

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