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Laura Stetser

Laura’s Gear

2 Canon 5d Camera Bodies
Canon 24-70 2.8
Canon 85 1.4
Canon 50 1.4
Lensbaby 2.0
Canon 580 exii speedlight
Canon 550 ex
Shootsac (which I’m actually selling if anyone is interested! Practically new)
Canon speedlight battery pack
Larson Supersilver 4x6 reflector
Larson 36” square supersilver reflector
Larson 4x6 softbox
Larson 14x48 softstrip
Larson 2x3 softbox
2 Alien Bee 10x36 softstrips
Alien Bee Medium Foldable Octabox
Alien Bee Standard Large Softbox
Alien Bee Vagabond II Portable Power System
2 Calumet Travelite 750ws
1600 Alien Bee
800 Alien Bee
2 400 Alien Bee
2 Photoflex Portable Backdrop Systems
Digital Callibration Target
Multiple reflectors, diffusers, light stands, tripods, umbrellas, carrying cases, camera bags (love my Jill E rolling camera bag and my first ever
My photography journey began some time ago. It was in Mr. Cooper’s photography class at Nevada Union High School in my junior year that I first fell head-over-heels in love with photography. I followed my passion in college to The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan , and then back again to California where I finished out my Associate’s Degree in Photography and later, my Bachelor’s in English. During that time I worked as an assistant at several photography studios and photographed friends and weddings on the side. But it wasn’t until years later in 2006, with the encouragement of friends and family, that I decided to make it official and opened Laura Lynne Photography.
Since that time, my little studio has grown with a family of clients that now includes babies, children, families, seniors and commercial clients such as the Sacramento Kings and Monarchs, MetroPCS and Linde Lane Tea. 
2009 marked a big change not only in my personal life but for my business as well. Late last year, I moved my ‘little’ home-based business into a 1,500 sq ft commercial warehouse. At about the same time, my spouse and I split and I became a single mom with three little kids. These changes have made me refocus myself as an artist and business woman. Although its bit bumpy at times, it’s making me stronger and helping me define who I am and what I have to offer.  

I feel extremely blessed to have this opportunity in life to make my passion also the source of my income. And I’m thrilled to be on the road with so many amazing artists including this extraordinary group of women – The Pixel Chicks.

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