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What Happened at Kent Falls….

My Saturday's are not usually as exciting as was this past Saturday, at least, in the respect to planned excitement. It was the first Saturday of it’s kind this year, and Lord willing, not the last….   https://youtu.be/PIIYQmKk6-M Behind the Scenes Insights I...

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One Photography Principle You Don’t Want to Break!

I’m sure you’re familiar with various composition “rules” in photography, like the “rule of thirds” or “keep the horizon level”. And knowing and applying simple rules like these will certainly set your pictures apart from the average snapshots! But it's important to...

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Quick Edit: Spring Dogwood

I don’t know if you remember, but this month’s free desktop background wallpaper was a pretty branch of dogwood flowers taken during a stroll through the park surrounding the St. Louis Arch. Well, here’s a little video of how I edited it. In real time, using Lightroom...

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Hi! I’m James Staddon a landscape, event, wedding and travel photographer from West Virginia.

Captivated by God’s creation and inspired by my Uncle’s photography at an early age, I started exploring photography in the early 2000s, began pursuing it seriously in 2006, and jumped into it professionally in 2013 under the business name of Lenspiration.

Through the website, workshops and various opportunities offered by Lenspiration, I love to see inspiration planted, nurtured and expressed for the glory of God in the work of other photographers! James Staddon

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