The Passing of a Photography Business…


This is a bitter-sweet day for me…I have decided to close my photography business. My first paid job was family portraits at the park for a friend, I really had NO idea what I was doing, since I had only photographed birds and my kids πŸ™‚ 7 years later, being professional full-time for the last two years brings me full circle and to the understanding that I still have NO idea what I am doing, but it would have to be more with running my own business. I love photography, but I’ve come to the point where I no longer enjoy it & that is the saddest part. If you ever get to that point with what with something that you love…walk away before you hate it! Many will think that I am another victim to the new photography community where everyone with a camera thinks they are photographers, with $250 weddings & a $50 family portrait session…CD with full res images included πŸ˜‰ If anything that drove me harder to be better, to be different and to give more customer service πŸ™‚ I have many people in this community to thank… Becker, Dane Sanders, Jasmine Star, David Jay, Doug Gordon, Sal Cincotta, Me Ra Koh, Kevin Jairaj…and I could go on. There was so much support, that I don’t think I would have made it this far without them. However, they were too far away to save this little company & I couldn’t get the support locally that I needed. It’s very difficult to run your own business, I know that now, I’m grateful for the lessons, the friends and the memories πŸ™‚

I thank all of my clients…well, we were really friends, weren’t we πŸ™‚ Thank you for trusting me with your beautiful moments…it was truly my honor πŸ™‚

I’m moving on to other pastures…I’m teaching skin care and makeup artistry with Mary Kay Cosmetics full-time now, so if you’re ever in the need of a free facial, a lipstick or just a friend to chat with…I’m your girl!

My blog is going to change a bit…still heartfelt stories, but not about photography, so you can still visit me!

With love & blessings…Corinne Noel †


One thought on “The Passing of a Photography Business…

  1. Corinne, I’m both sad and excited for you. Don’t look at this as the end of something but rather the beginning of a new chapter in your life. You get to write this chapter just as you have in the past so do so with great passion. I wish you the greatest of luck in the next stage and look forward to continuing to read your blog!

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