Norah Levine Photography Blog Austin and Santa Fe » Pet and Children Portrait Photography based in Austin, Texas and also available in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Creative Pet Portraits Virtual Mentoring Program Announcement!

My Virtual Mentoring Program for Pet Photography is here! Since I am so passionate about teaching I am now offering the opportunity to learn from the comfort of your own home– “Creative Pet Portraits: A Three Phase One-on-One Virtual Mentoring Program.”

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November 4, 2014 - 7:45 pm

Norma Marino - Nora, you keep gettin better and better Maro’s photos will be treasured forever. thanks, Norma

November 5, 2014 - 1:22 pm

norah - Thank you, Norma! I probably wouldn’t recognize him! I hope you are all well.

Lifelines project shared around the world

I am so grateful and inspired that the Lifelines project (joyful images of homeless and their pets) has been shared around the world.

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July 22, 2014 - 3:10 pm

Natasha M - I can’t say that this surprises me one bit. You are amazingly talented and your passion is apparent in every shot. I had the opportunity to be at the first gallery opening featuring this brilliant work. I was in the crowd, I saw people react as they passed a photo only to return to it and stare again, for longer the second time. This project, these stories and these works of art matter- they will continue to touch people and continue to be seen far and wide. Brava- job well done.

July 22, 2014 - 7:30 pm

norah - Thank you, Natasha! You were there and so were your beautiful flowers :) I so appreciate the support!

July 24, 2014 - 12:43 pm

Chelsea - Amazing. I”m so happy for you, Norah! You are such a beautiful example of the power of intention and commitment. Your work deserves this attention and more!!! Like Natasha, I am not even one tiny bit surprised. And I’m looking forward to hearing more about the continued success of the Lifelines Project. Congratulations!!!

July 29, 2014 - 12:19 pm

zooperson - I just saw your photos this morning on my computer. Your photos are remarkable and the subjects treated with respect. You captured the kinship that all of the humans had with their furry partners. You are right, we do need to consider things more carefully before we are dismissive or judgmental. Well done!