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The SPPA Holiday Party…. some interesting peeps! December 9, 2010

Filed under: Community Events,Corporate Work — Kerri Kirshner @ 11:54 am
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As a member of the SPPA (Seattle Professional Photographer’s Association) I was a participant at this year’s holiday party. It was a particularly extraordinary event, primarily based on the venue and models.  A photographer’s ‘shoot-out’ dream come true.

We rented out one of the coolest places in Seattle, Urban Light Studios, in Wallingford. Along with a team of @ 8 models, from Lumina Models in Everett….lots of photographers with their cameras…. made for an amazing night of creativity and fun!

Here are a few shots from the evening. They have not been Photo-shopped at all. . . .  Just meant to show how much fun we had.  Enjoy!

Models in Seattle

I love the uplights on this photo - Acclaimed Photography


Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga-esque, up close and personal - Acclaimed Photography

This 'librarian' was in character the entire evening... walking around, looking at you over the top of her glasses. Acclaimed Photography

This crime scene was designed by photog-pal Nancy Treder. (This is my actual body outline 🙂 - Acclaimed Photography

"Santa Baby" I'd agree... this is a fairly unusual shot of Santa's little helper! - Acclaimed Photography

Low Light - Acclaimed Photography

Photographing a photographer photographing a model - Acclaimed Photography

As you can see, we photographers know how to have a good time! This was a really fun holiday party and for all who participated I thank you!

-Kerri Kirshner,

Tags: Holiday Party Ideas, Santa, Santa Baby, Low Light photography, Lady Gaga, Urban Light Studio.


2 Responses to “The SPPA Holiday Party…. some interesting peeps!”

  1. Cyndy Toupin Says:

    Wow – those are great photos. Looks like you have a fun time. What beautiful people. 🙂

  2. Frenchie Says:

    You are very talented as a photographer.
    You captured the librarian’s style and personality in the photograph. In addition, assuming that the name is the “Librarian Chair”, the choice suits very well her character. Wonderful match!

    Can’t wait to receive my pictures.

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