Quadrophonic Image » A quick snapshot of my work

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Ready to rock and roll

Well. Here we are and here we go.

Things at Quadrophonic Image are just starting to heat up. The website development is starting – just waiting for my new software (CS5.5) to show up – working with a 10-year-old program is not ideal. It should be up and running mid February at this point (fingers crossed) and until then you’ll have to put up with just the blog.

I’m also just starting to get the back log of photos edited. Seems like I have a couple of years worth of personal shots sitting around just waiting for some attention. I hope to post some of those as I go through them.

The goal of having a professional blog is to keep an up to date tab on the work I’m doing, give potential customers an idea of how I work and a look at the day-to-day images I take for both myself and clients.

And to try to cheer everyone from the gloom that is the weather in Southern Alberta right now here’s a photo from my personal files – one that combines my two passions, gardening and floral photography – a spring crocus from my garden last April. They’ll be back soon enough.

Spring Crocus, April 2011, A. Espetveidt, Quadrophonic Image

 

Welcome to the Blog

At Quadrophonic Image my goal is to give you exactly what you want in a photo. I see through the lens in a unique manner—I think about the shot, I know how to get it and I capture it. As a trained photojournalist I am able to give you memories that reflect what actually happened. Pictures taken in your world.

The Quadrophonic Blog has one purpose—to keep you informed on everything related to this business, recent work and what I’ve been up to in my own personal photo files.

I am now booking freelance assignments and odds and sods in the Calgary area. For more info call 403.803.3624 or email me at info@quadrophonicimage.com.

– Amy Jo Espetveidt, Quadrophonic Image