Carah Newman is 34 years old, but still looks like a teenager.  She lives in the middle of North Carolina.  Her full time job is as an RPSGT (sleep tech), and in her off days, she’s a aspiring photographer and mom of Jake, 3, and Abby, 1.  She’s been married for 5 years, and is in a great time of her life.

Carah owns a Canon T2i, a 50mm 1.8, a 100mm 2.8 macro which she loves, and a couple of kit lenses that are gathering dust.  She does own a flash, but never uses it as she prefers natural lighting.  She got her camera in Feburary, her 1.8 in March, and her macro in April (birthday present!)

As a business, she mostly does portrait work.  Her favorite is kids, as they are so natural, un-self conscious, and full of joy.  She loves to capture that innocence and zest for life. She hopes to branch out into pet photography, and maybe some day weddings as well.

Her real passion lies in macro work, mostly flowers.  It might be because they can’t run away or move.  These are for fun, but she does make prints upon request.

Carah loves to look at other’s work.  She regularly visits photography forums, other blogs, and subscribes on Facebook to other photographers.  Constantly looking for inspiration, she is perhaps a little overzealous in her search. 🙂

Carah can be reached by:

Email – carah.newman@yahoo.com

Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/carahnewmanphotography

She hopes to get a website for clients up and running in the future, but as of now, she only has this blog.

21 thoughts on “About”

  1. Wanted to come by and say thanks for following my blog. I’m going to take a look around yours over the next day or so.

  2. Your macro work is stunning. And working with kids is not always easy, but the portrait work you’ve shown belies that. You have definitely managed to show the zest and unfettered joy. Beautiful.

    • Thanks, Rhonda! They are a challenge, but kids are what I learned on, so I guess it gives me an advantage. My kids are WILD. I actually bring them along to my kid sessions because it helps loosen my subjects up so I can get more natural shots, even if I do have to chase them down and deal with them photobombing me!

      • That’s a great idea, bringing your own kids along to ‘warm up’ the subjects! Whatever the process…it certainly works! Best of all luck on the business.

  3. Hi,

    great photos you have here, and it inspires me to also try some portrait shots. looking forward for more of your shots.

    by the way, thanks for dropping by to my site and for following.

    good day.


  4. Thanks for the blog follow! Looking forward to looking through you site and following along too.

  5. Thanks for the follow over on my blog. I love your portraits, and you’re right, plants have got to be easier than kids 🙂

  6. Thanks for following my blog. Love the portrait work 🙂

  7. Thanks for visiting my blog! Your photos are beautiful! You have a great eye. Keep up the beautiful work!

  8. Just wanted to drop by and say thanks for the follow of my blog. I am now your follower as well. You have some wonderful shots here and I can see that you take the time to edit very creatively!

  9. Carah, thanks for following my blog. I like your work and look forward to following you as well. — Rob

  10. I have enjoyed your photography and have nominated you for an award. You can see details at http://imissmetoo.me/2012/08/06/blog-awards-finally-accepting/

  11. Thank you for following my blog! 🙂 http://www.wonderlandsam.wordpress.com

  12. Love you macro photo’s ( it is something we have in common, since I also take close up/macro photo’s a lot) thank you for following my blog and hope that you share more pictures…

  13. Hey there…
    Just dropping you a note to say “I hope my Blog didn’t over load your inbox recently’.”
    I think I had something set wrong and as I was creating a post it may have sent out an email to every “follower” of my blog as I made changes. If this happened to you, I am so sorry.
    And in case I haven’t said so yet…Thanks for stopping by my site.

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