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Art Reflecting Life: Learning Photography

10 Mar 2015

Lisa Lehmann was exposed to photography as a child when her father, Jerad, encouraged her to take photos with his Kodak Brownie film camera. She took pictures of snakes, dogs, rocks and scenes along the Mullet River. Her father also introduced her to the darkroom in his classroom at Plymouth High School. She thought it was magic!

Lisa shared this magic with the students at Horizons4Girls and created lots of imaginative sparks! Horizons for Girls had lots of fun learning about lighting and trying out her camera and studio equipment in an after school session. The photos in the gallery above capture the magic and speak for themselves. 

Lehmann Photo Art offers beautiful photography for business and home decor including Lake Michigan wall art and scenes from Sheboygan, Kohler-Andrae State Park, and Wisconsin. You can see more of her work or arrange for services on the Lehmann Photo Art website.

Last Modified: March 11, 2015 03:35 PM
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