Formals, Events, and the Times of Your Life! How exciting! These are awesome moments of celebration. Some are automatically given to hiring a Photographer for the event. Others are on either side of the fence… however, I LOVE photography and LOVE shooting special events!
Ya know, when you host an event… YOU are often the busiest person there. What does that matter? Well… how much do you miss during your host/hostess duties? Do you get to see everything? Do you get the chance to visit with everyone who attends?
Are you still bogged down with a “to do list” for the evening: checking on staff, catering, making sure the events’ activities are flowing smoothly, standing at the entrance or exit greeting or thanking attendees for coming to the event/gala?
With a photographer there, you get to see the other perspective. If it’s a photo booth, you get to see the wild fun everyone had making funny faces during the entire evening. If it’s a wandering freelance photographer, you get to see the action unfold all night through group shots and dinner shots and the fun window opens so you can view the belle of the ball in her spotlight without all the worry or fuss.
No matter whether it’s an indoor or outdoor event, a birthday party, community gathering, wedding, reunion, or Football Game…. YOU should consider what you want to remember. Consider what you want to offer your guests. Photography can fit into any event that you want to remember!… Maybe you just want an album for an annual event that happens every year to commemorate each occasion and the changes that happen through growth and positive motions.
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Traveling is an adventure. Where will the road take YOU in 2019. Share it here!
Twenty-Nineteen is a NEW year…and yes, I know we are currently on day 46 of the new year. That doesn’t seem very new…however, we have 319 days of adventure left. Each day is a new adventure so that means we have 319 adventures left to enjoy! Where will you travel over those days?
I have explored the Mother Road or one small section of it in 2019. I have visited Parsons, KS for a photo exploration and a visit with a Jeep enthusiast and Car Expert.
I have traveled to the region in the Midwest of the United States to Ozarks’ “Wine Country” and “Little Germany”. In Hermann, MO, you can go antiquing, visit several wineries, take a train ride to St. Louis or Kansas City, and explore nature on a hike or take a wine trail…. The possibilities are amazing. Don’t forget zip-lining too (in season of course)!
I have also traveled to Jenks, Oklahoma to visit some historians and aviation enthusiasts! Do you like planes? Are you a history buff? Do you like the 1940’s and learning about WWII up close and personal? Check out the restoration I got to visit here. This is my second WWII plane. My first was a B-17 Bomber in 2016. Well, it might be more interesting after you see these photos! See MORE WWII photos Here! Join the adventures! Create your own #AdventuresWithMisha2019 ! Let’s take a trip!
This year, Misha’s Photography and Restoration has taken the Mother Road to the studio. Have your Senior Session done on location OR In-Studio and still bring a bit of History and Retro uniqueness to YOUR Senior Session. Rt 66 travels through 8 states total and connects Chicago, Illinois to Santa Monica, California! Tulsa and several small towns around it were a big part of the Mother Road. Today, Rt 66 is still an amazing road trip full of adventure and nostalgia. Book your senior session Today!
Rt 66 runs through Oklahoma from the northeast corner of the state at the town of Quapaw, OK to the western edge not quite to the southwestern corner at the town of Erick, OK.
Quapaw, OK is a town in Ottawa County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 906 at the 2010 census, a slight decline from 984 as of the 2000 census. Quapaw is part of the Joplin, Missouri metropolitan area.
Erick, OKis the last Oklahoma stop on Historic Route 66 in western Oklahoma at Exit 7 on I-40. Erick is located on a 20 mile continuous stretch of Route 66 from the Oklahoma-Texas state line to Sayre, OK. Erick is also the home of singer / song writer / actor, Sheb Wooley (“RawHide“). Visit the Roger Miller Museum and the 100th Meridian Museum. See a car show…have FUN!
Don’t have the time to drive to your Rt 66 location, but still want that photo on historic Rt 66? We can do that for you! We have been there! Choose your Historic Rt 66 background and Book Your Session Today!
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