Photography in Amazon, Eugene


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  • The Glass Fuser
    An open studio for artists of all skill levels, The Glass Fuser welcomes guests to drop in and create fused glass art anytime during open hours. No experience is necessary. Resident artists lead a series of courses that – starting with a beginner class – build on skills and explore different techniques, such as three-layer plates and glass cutting. As a Bullseye Resource Center, The Glass Fuser also vends a wide selection of sheet and accessory glass. Artists may opt to purchase their own glass, create their own projects, and pay a firing fee. All-inclusive project packages are also available.
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    1849 Willamette St.
    Eugene, OR US
  • Capper's Frames and Prints
    For those seeking a taste of some of the finest artwork in Eugene, soak up the culture at Capper's Frames and Prints. Whether you want mouth-watering food or great drinks, this museum has the restaurant just for you. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1280 Oak St
    Eugene, OR US
  • OO la la! Boudoir Photography
    Whenever she begins a boudoir-photography session, Sherrlyn Borkgren teaches her subjects how to pose and flirt with the camera. If they lack confidence, she’ll help them open up and express their sensual side—a process that includes aiding the hairstyle- and lingerie-selection process. Sherrlyn doesn’t limit her talents to intimate photography—she’s also put others at ease snapping photos for People magazine and European photo studios as well as during photography workshops. In these hands-on lessons, she throws students directly into a project that requires them to apply the basics—such as manipulating manual settings and using natural light—as they learn.
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    Eugene, OR US
  • Aemi Amoré Photography
    A professional photographer since 2001, Aemi Beamer uses a photojournalistic approach to capturing images, believing that her subjects are at their most photogenic when comfortable and relaxed. With this in mind, she takes family portraits outside the studio to client’s homes or community parks and adjusts her intensity to match children’s comfort levels. In addition to standard portraiture and wedding sessions, her experience in traveling around the world has fueled a love for snapping shots of abstract images, nature, and popular monuments.
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    Eugene, OR US
  • Digitizing-Memories
    As a husband-and-wife team, Brad Johnson and Jo Cain cover both halves of Digitizing-Memories' skill set. Brad Johnson brings more than 18 years of computer-networking experience, during which he ensured the safety and security of precious data. Jo Cain has been a hobbyist photographer since the age of 15, which, combined with more than 30 years of customer-service experience, perfectly suits the needs of media preservation. Together, Johnson and Cain archive precious memories and important documents, clearing video tapes and pictures from choked storage spaces and opening them up for the storage of DVD jewel cases and broken PC towers. Whether scanning vacation slides or converting film reels into usable digital files, the pair extends the life of memories far past the physical limits of celluloid and paper.
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    Eugene, OR US
  • Northwest Pet Photography
    Like many artists, photographer Daniel Berman is constantly inspired by beautiful, mysterious muses—for him, they happen to be a squirrel-crazed pit-bull mix named Shasta and a curious basset hound named Lucy. An animal lover his entire life and a current foster parent of rescued dogs, Daniel strives to capture the unique personalities of his customers’ pets through expressive and occasionally heartwarmingly goofy candid images. Relaxed photo-shoot sessions are held at locations where pets feel most comfortable, be it at home, at a park, or around a backroom poker table. Though Daniel's subjects are primarily of the four-legged sort, his landscape photos have received recognition from the Smithsonian Castle, which displayed his image “Broken Barn,” and the National Park Service, which selected his "Red Rock Canyon" from more than 10,000 entries in a competition.
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    777 Pearl Street
    Eugene, OR US

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