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Welcome! Photography is an amazing journey, and I am delighted to share that voyage with you. I hope you will share your thoughts on these photos, and check back occasionally to see what's new. The joy of photography lies in the pleasure of capturing and effectively realizing images, and understanding if and how those images connect with others.

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AddressFolsom, CA
United States
Daytime phone916.500.4560
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Guestbook for Michele McCormick Photography
26.Cathy Schwamberger(non-registered)
Michele -- So great to meet you at the luncheon today. I found your site and have enjoyed looking through your wonderful pictures! They're just amazing. Thanks for sharing the information about the Sierra Camera Club and Viewpoint. I'm going to check out those websites next. I'm not even close to this skill level, and it's inspiring to see your pictures. Take care!
25.Robin Beaton-Duncan(non-registered)
Enjoyed my first visit to your gallery! As others have already commented, you have a eye for what makes a great photo. I booked-marked your site and will be checking back to see new postings!!
24.Eva Lisle(non-registered)
Michele, I so enjoyed seeing your photographs, but especially enjoyed your articles and thoughts on the taking of the images. I love the tale of heart, eye and camera capturing a particular moment in time. It was lovely to meet you the other night at Reggie's. I hope to see more of you. Bravo Sistah'!
23.Stephen Tse, CFP(non-registered)
'If one has the ability to see beauties all the time, one never grows old.'
Michele, your wonderful photos rejuvenate me. Love visiting your website and learn from you. Glad you like my photos 'captured' at Miss Universe Pageant 2012 in Las Vegas. U know, I experienced many one-chance-one-shot-Kodak moments, especially at the After Party held in Planet Hollywood Celebrity Ballroom.
Stephen PaparazTse, your golf buddy & photographer at ALF Eagles Golf Club.
22.Ellie Shaw(non-registered)
It's all about the eye. Photographers can study exposures, lighting and equipment ad nauseam but if they don't have an "eye" for the detail or expression that captures the moment, they end up with snapshots. Michele truly has the eye for captivating photographs, as her gallery shows.