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Posted 7/4/2010 by TrUcksR4CowGirlS in General Photography
 

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1. Who are you ? Please include self portrait and any links to other sites featuring you, like your blog, website, etc. Pimp yourself out!!
My name is Staci LeiAnne (Henard) Brock {trucksr4cowgirls}. I am 43 years old, soon to be 44 in September. I am married to the most adoring man, Mark. We have two children, Jalysa Eryn Henard, 21yr. old, and Dakota Mark Brock, 6yr.old. I was a single mom for over 12 years when I met and married Mark who then became the father Jalysa has ever known. I have lived in Ventura for over 30 years. I have two younger brothers, the youngest and his wife to have a baby in December. I am privileged to be able to do her maternity shoot.

I have a degree in Sociology, and worked in that field for several years. Out of high school, I was trained to be a dental asst. More recently, I was a preschool teacher for 6 years, prior to having Dakota. Since then I have had the honor of being a SAHM, something I have always wanted to be.

From a recent 2peas GTG shoot, taken by CarrieB




Stop on by, become a follower, leave a comment or two, you KNOW how nice that is!!!! I try to update, but it is not something you have to go read everyday!!!
Staci Brock Photography Blog

Recent shoots are always posted here as well.
Staci Brock Photography FB Page

2. What inspired you to get into photography? And when?
I remember my high school graduation gift was a 35mm Pentax camera. I didn't stick with it, changing lenses seemed too time consuming, and of course went the way of the P&S. By the time my son was born, I was heavily into scrapbooking (now I did my own version back in the early 90's for my daughter}.

Several years ago, I really needed something to do. I was not ready to give up being a SAHM, so decided to learn photography. I am self-taught. I take any online class I happen to find out about. I had never posted on a message board, nor even understood what the heck one was. My friend was a member here, I was, strictly for scrapbooking ideas, and she mentioned the 12 weeks to better photography course that had just started. I devoured those lessons, and started posting, and started asking questions, buying Bryan Peterson and other books, started a GTG group that still meets about every over month or so.

They in turn helped me learn, convinced me I needed to upgrade my camera, and after friends started asking me to do their photographs, I got my business license, Rita at CoffeeShop designed my blog with the generous help from JennH who did my logo and colors.

I never imagined, several years ago, I would be doing what I do today.
One of my friends who asked me to photography their Christmas card last year:


I just wanted to learn more about taking photographs, and continue with scrapbooking. I have the MOST supportive husband, who needed NO convincing it was time for an upgrade, nor anything else I have needed to get my business going. He is also are, lovingly referred to, "mule" on our GTG's.


3. What is your education? Degree? Self-taught? Workshops?
As I mentioned above, I am self taught. I am currently working to become a Certified Photographer. Thus, fortifying the technical aspects of photography.

There are SO many resources for online webinars/workshops and tutorials

Here are a few of my favorite places:
CoffeeShop for actions and anything PS related, GREAT tutorials as well

MCP Actions another great place for actions and PS tutorials

Creative Techs they have a weekend workshop coming soon!

Julieanne Kost if you need to learn CS, this is the place to go

Viddler

4. What kind of photographer would you describe yourself as?
I hope to achieve being a natural light photographer. Though I do use my flash, and currently loving the Ray Flash. I thoroughly love capturing life and all it's emotion. Hence, the scrapbooking influence.

5. What kind of equipment do you use? Not every piece you own, but your favorites or use most often.
I started with the Nikon D40. I currently have the D200, along with the kit lens, the 70-300mm and the 50mm. I hope to purchase the 24-70mm at some point. I shot a wedding at the end of May, and was very pleasantly surprised at the crisp photos I got from the kit and the 70-300mm. Being out in bright sun helped with both of those not being fast lenses. I also have the SB600, tripod, monopod, and an ever growing prop supply!

6. What did/do you struggle with the most?
Nerves on a shoot, thus inhibits just being and that bugs me. Sharpness in photos.

7. What was your biggest "A-ha" moment? Can be something technical/camera-related, something personal as it relates to photography, or something you learned about yourself as a photographer. I have had several, I am sure! But what really sticks out for me, and you would have to understand my personality maybe for this to make sense is, I could have a business and not be overly busy. It would be ok to NOT be the photographer with a shoot every weekend and then some. May sound silly, but I am such an all or nothing person. I equated business with busy, and thus also meaning popular. When I realized, I don't have to BE that. I can be me, and hopefully capture awesome moments for clients, sealed the deal for me.

8. Biggest lesson learned? Can be either about photography, the business, yourself, etc. Get off the everyone is doing it, having it, wagon. I admit, I can enable as well as the next guy...but I was caught up, especially in the very beginning, if someone said this is great! Or they had the lens that seemed to produce sharp photos, then I had to have it in order to produce, or the next prop...

It took some work to realize, the 'it' is not the factor. I am the factor. I have to learn, work and then images will be what I envision them to be, regardless of the equipment or the prop. That is why I have the quote by Alfred Stielglitz under my name.


10. What is one of the most important mistakes you made that served as a basis for your progression? I'm going with Alexis's answer on this one. I too was not bumping up my ISO. Now that seems silly, but I was positively afraid to do so!

I know there have been many a mistake, but that IS the process, and is important. I know I have and will continue to make post processiong errors, because I am not very patient. I am a quick, get it done. Part of why I like actions! Though, I do really like playing with curves and watching what can happen.


11. What is it about photography that makes your heart sing and your mind race with possibilities? All about the moments. The emotions and moments you can capture!

This is one of my recent fav's:
pp'ing with RedLeaf Beach Glass/Lilyblue Whipcream




12. Which do you like better - taking the photo or processing it? Why? I love both for various reasons. The taking, for the challenges it encompasses. And the processing to see and possibly enhance what was captured.

13. What inspires you? Could be anything - other photographers, nature, art, music, people, etc. Other's work. Whether from Rangefinder, books, or fan pages, or blogs. Also talking with other photographers has been a huge inspiration, whether to try something new, or simply to keep going.

14. What is something about you that we don't know? Could be something serious or silly- your choice. I used to own a 1937 Plymouth Coupe, my grandfather spent 4 years restoring for my 16th birthday. There is not a day that goes by I wish to anything, I still had that car. Last we knew, it was sold to a company that loans to film companies, we actually thought we saw it once...

15. Can you share with us your loved ones? Especially if they have been featured in your work?

Jalysa, from our UCLA GTG






Dakota, from our Chino Hills GTG


First year of Tball:









16. Can you share your top tip/technique with us? Don't give up. Keep learning, keep asking questions. Volunteer when and where ever you can. And take inspirations from others, but leave comparisons at the door.

17. Who are you picking next and why?

Cathi Green-Lambers {greenlamb}. For many reasons, she is a wonderful friend I have met thru the GTG's. She has taught me to knit, she is a new mom! And she needs to do this.

18. Please share some of your favorite works with us!!

Miracle League-near and dear to my heart. Our church is building a Miracle League field, one of just a few in CA. At present we hold Practice and Play days, I have become their photographer. A wonderful privilege I have to give back.

A family adventure, my husband and son are both buddies. Being D's first year playing Tball, he is learning to help other's play ball who can not on tradition teams.







From last week's practice and play day, my son pitching to his new friend. He was over at those cages, friend in tow, whenever they could, so he could pitch to him.


This sums it all up...young boy, crossed home plate and jumped into his dad's arms. THIS is why I do, what I do. There is no greater joy, than capturing moments, others are often denied.


From one of my first practice sessions:








From our Santa Monica GTG, thanks to Kim for the model:


A few from when JennH challenged me to practice:


used her blue vintage here:


Some of these are a bit soft, not sure if that is in the uploading.

Well, after all that...you are still here!??? Then by all means, leave a comment!




Staci
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Posted: 7/4/2010 2:33:51 PM
Loved your interview! Thanks for sharing about yourself.



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Posted: 7/4/2010 3:15:10 PM
Thank you for sharing. You have a lovely family and some wonderful shots included. Have a Happy 4th!


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Posted: 7/4/2010 4:32:30 PM
I enjoyed your interview and seeing your work...I love the emotion you capture. You do a great job! Thanks for sharing!


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Posted: 7/4/2010 4:43:22 PM
I really enjoyed reading about your life and can relate to a lot of the things you said. I love the pic of your kiddos (with your son, looking up at big Sis)...it is so sweet.

Thanks for sharing Staci.



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Posted: 7/4/2010 4:52:55 PM
That is one of my fav's too, not very sharp, but I love how he is looking up at her. Another plug to do GTG!!! That was our first one in Claremont.




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Posted: 7/4/2010 5:49:58 PM
Great interview Staci! Thanks for for sharing yourself and your beautiful work with us


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Posted: 7/4/2010 6:53:56 PM
So great to get to know you a little bit. I loved your body of work.

Thanks for your generosity on the boards!


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Posted: 7/4/2010 7:22:00 PM
Hi Staci, really enjoyed your interview. Thanks for sharing somuch of your self with us. Your pictures are awsome, especially of the one of the little one that made the homerun, then fell into his fathers arms, priceless. made me get all teary eyed. (in a good way) Good to get to know you a little better. U have a beautiful family.


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Posted: 7/4/2010 7:59:58 PM
Great interview -- thanks for sharing! I love your work!

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Posted: 7/4/2010 8:38:12 PM
Great interview Staci!

It took some work to realize, the 'it' is not the factor. I am the factor. I have to learn, work and then images will be what I envision them to be, regardless of the equipment or the prop.


I love this comment Staci, it is something I have been churning over lately and it really summed up a lot.

thanks for sharing yourself and your loved ones.


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Posted: 7/4/2010 10:37:59 PM
Thanks Staci! It was a pleasure reading about you. your photos are awesome. I especially love the one of the girl on the beach. Its beautiful! I'd love to take a photo like that some day. I'd have to visit a beach first! haha.


~Kim~

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Posted: 7/4/2010 11:21:20 PM
Thanks Staci!

It was great to get to know you better! Great work


~~Trina~~



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Posted: 7/5/2010 12:49:19 AM
Thank you! I truly appreciate all your comments.




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Posted: 7/5/2010 10:52:02 AM
Staci, this was a great interview! You seriously had me in tears when I saw the picture of the boy hugging his Dad at home plate--what a joy for that family to have such a picture of a happy memory! Keep up the fantastic photos! (I discovered CoffeeShop cuz of you), thanks for sharing!


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Posted: 7/5/2010 11:34:38 AM
I enjoyed this interview very much Staci. I've always thought that you were one of the sweetest and kindest peas here and you are always so eager to help.


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Posted: 7/5/2010 1:12:13 PM
Thanks for taking the time to share, Staci! You have beautiful images - love the one on the hammock and the girl in the swing, and of course, I love the images of the Miracle League.


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Posted: 7/5/2010 2:55:50 PM
Staci, I'm so glad you decided to wait and write your interview. It was such a fun read and you are such a sweet person! You have a lot of beautiful images!

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Posted: 7/5/2010 3:12:23 PM
Thank you for taking the time to share a little bit of you here. It was a fun read and you've got some beautiful images!


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Posted: 7/5/2010 8:31:45 PM
I haven't been on the board the past couple of days and was so happy to find this interview!

I so enjoyed learning more about you. I love your outlook, especially this

And take inspirations from others, but leave comparisons at the door.



I struggle with this so much at times and I let it paralyze me.

Thanks for sharing your lovely photos with us.
One of these days, we are just going to have to meet.


Blessings, Rebecca





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Posted: 7/5/2010 8:51:08 PM
Staci, thnaks so much for sharing yourself with us. I really appreciate learning more about the wonderful peas. The shot of the kids in the hammock really spoke to me. So sweet. Thanks again!


Take time to enjoy life.
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Posted: 7/5/2010 11:56:07 PM
Staci
Your family is so cute and sooo nice. I am glad you are the GTG queen! I have learned so much with you all. Thanks for sharing yourself!! I am glad to have met you! Your photos are too cool!

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Posted: 7/6/2010 8:10:07 AM
Staci,

Thanks so much for taking the time to tell us about yourself. Love ALL of your photos. It's nice to put a personality to them.

Kristy

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Posted: 7/6/2010 9:56:39 AM
thanks for sharing!


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Posted: 7/6/2010 3:35:06 PM
What a great interview from one of my favorite pea-ple !!!!

Your warm personality shines right through. I really savored every word and every wonderful photo. I was even there when a few of those were shot! Brought back some nice memories.

I am also so excited you picked, Cathi!

TFS!


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Posted: 7/6/2010 9:32:10 PM
Those beach/wedding photos are awesome!
Great to read about you!
Inspiring


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Posted: 7/6/2010 10:29:53 PM
Staci, loved your interview. I enjoyed looking at your photos and how well you capture emotion. I love the wedding on the beach. Great job!

I also appreciate that you always take the time to share new things with us. I love reading your posts because you always have something to share and something to encourage.

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Posted: 7/6/2010 11:08:49 PM
oohh, I am think I am having a Sally Field "you really like me" moment! LOL!!! I didn't really think it would be that interesting a read. So, I greatly appreciate all your wonderful comments, really. You make my day.




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Posted: 7/8/2010 12:49:04 PM
It was so fun reading about you Staci! Great interview and seeing some of your photos. You have always been so helpful and you are the master of linking us with the great deals out there.

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Posted: 7/8/2010 3:38:28 PM
Wow, I can't believe I didn't see this earlier - I've been a bit MIA lately.

GREAT interview! I really loved reading all about you, and I especially love your realization about being true to yourself, rather than basing your decisions on other people's expectations. Good for you!

Love the image of the little girl on the swing!

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Posted: 7/8/2010 3:52:04 PM


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Posted: 7/8/2010 5:17:20 PM
What a great interview Staci!!!!! I loved learning more about you!! Your photos are wonderful. I loved the beach wedding shots!! Was this the wedding that we talked about? If so, you didn't need any help....you nailed it!!!!!


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Posted: 7/8/2010 7:00:52 PM
ETA- I corrected something. I had labeled a photo with Florabella Whipcream, that was wrong, it was LilyBlue. Sorry about that!




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Posted: 7/11/2010 2:32:06 PM
Awesome interview, Love the Miracle League captures!


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Posted: 7/11/2010 6:31:39 PM
Thanks for sharing-love your work!

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Posted: 7/16/2010 1:28:42 PM
Beautiful photos! Beautiful interview!
Would you be willing to share you post processing or action on the photo of the girl in the swing (curly blond hair). I just LOVE those!!!! Fabulous!


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