2022 Seniors are fun!
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I love working with a business who has a creative vision. Being able to collaborate a creative idea and make it happen is what I love the most.  I am born and raised New Orleans, so when we discuss ways of showing off our city while keeping the flavor of LOCAL, I'm all in! Deep South Blenders is one of the largest seasoning companies in the city.   They are family owned and a huge part of the culture we all know.  If you have ever been to a crawfish boil, most likely you have tasted their amazing seasoning! ​Call or text me if you would like to discuss your next business ma ..read more
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Canon flash on Fuji XT4 works great!
George Kuchler Photography Blog
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1y ago
I love working with a business who has a creative vision. Being able to collaborate a creative idea and make it happen is what I love the most.  I am born and raised New Orleans, so when we discuss ways of showing off our city while keeping the flavor of LOCAL, I'm all in! Deep South Blenders is one of the largest seasoning companies in the city.   They are family owned and a huge part of the culture we all know.  If you have ever been to a crawfish boil, most likely you have tasted their amazing seasoning! ​Call or text me if you would like to discuss your next business ma ..read more
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Marketing Your Business with Style!
George Kuchler Photography Blog
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1y ago
I love working with a business who has a creative vision. Being able to collaborate a creative idea and make it happen is what I love the most.  I am born and raised New Orleans, so when we discuss ways of showing off our city while keeping the flavor of LOCAL, I'm all in! Deep South Blenders is one of the largest seasoning companies in the city.   They are family owned and a huge part of the culture we all know.  If you have ever been to a crawfish boil, most likely you have tasted their amazing seasoning! ​Call or text me if you would like to discuss your next business ma ..read more
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Jobs that humble you
George Kuchler Photography Blog
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1y ago
When you are starting out in any creative field, you'll have inspirations of where you would love to rise to in your career. I have always inspired to see my photography on magazine covers, billboards, product containers, etc. Basically, I wanted to see if I could become good enough to accomplish these things.  It's the same difference as a band wanting to be signed and hearing their songs on the radio.  I always wanted that "One Hit Wonder!" Over my 27 year career I have accomplished many of my wishes. Food photography will humble you because it's much more difficult than it looks ..read more
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Are you a FRAUD?
George Kuchler Photography Blog
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1y ago
​Hello Friday! Have you been creative with your work or do you feel like you have to run to Pinterest for ideas? I ask this because this time in space feels like a game of catch-up with everyone else on social media. I always have a deep respect for those who break the mold. To copy a COPY...is just a "copy" but to take an idea and make it BETTER...this is genius! The images I posted below are presently some recent favs of mine. Are they original? Not really. The ROCK bride I have taken from every cool album cover I have seen, the couture bride I have seen in VOGUE covers, and the cute couple ..read more
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The Benefits of the Fuji XT5 Without a Battery Grip
George Kuchler Photography Blog
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1y ago
 The Fujifilm XT5 is one of the best mirrorless cameras on the market. But it can be even better if you equip it with a battery grip - right? Well, not necessarily. While there are some benefits to using a battery grip, there are also some drawbacks, and depending on your needs as a wedding photographer, the Fuji XT5 without a battery grip may be the better choice for you. Let's take a look at why this is. One of the biggest advantages of using the Fuji XT5 without a battery grip is that you won't have to lug around any extra weight or bulkiness. If you're shooting weddings, chances are y ..read more
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