Q. May I post your DIY, craft project, recipe or photos on my blog?
A. Yes, but let’s start this new mutual relationship off on the right foot by adhering to the following guidelines:
You may post one photo of a DIY project, craft project, recipe or other decor inspiration post with a link to my original blog post. You also have permission to pin any of my photos on Pinterest.
Please DO NOT post the content of any post on this blog in its entirety without express written permission from me. All of Sanctuary’s content on this website is protected by federal copyright laws and I don’t want to have to put an end to our newfound friendship. I hate break ups!
If you represent a print publication and you would like to use a high resolution image or have other questions about using any of my photos, please contact me at email@example.com.
Q. Who does the photography for this blog?
A. Unless credited otherwise, I do! I’m a professional photographer that specializes in fine art portraiture (pets and people) as well as home interiors. I am also a graphic & web designer which comes in very handy in so many ways! Feel free to visit my photography portfolios at PawsandPrintsPhotography.com and MichelleWoodPhoto.com.
Q. What photography equipment do you use?
A. I’m a Nikon girl and I currently own two Nikon DSLR cameras: Nikon D500 and Nikon D5100 (as a back up camera). I mainly use 3 of my favorite Nikkor prime lenses: AF-S DX NIKKOR 35mm f/1.8G, AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8G, and AF-S NIKKOR 85mm f/1.8G. I use Photoshop CS6 and On1 software to edit my photos. I also use this tripod from Neweer. A tripod is VERY important for interior photography. And finally, I use Case Air’s wireless tethering system which has been quite an incredible tool to use.
Q. I would like to collaborate with you on a project. What do I need to do to get that started?
A. Sweet! I LOVE collaborating with others – the combination of multiple creative ideas can produce such mind-blowing results! To get the ball rolling, just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what kind of project you’d like to collaborate on and I promise to get back to you right away. Please let me know if you prefer an email response or a personal phone call (hey – it’s ok to be old school!).
Q. I represent a print and/or online publication and we would love to feature you in an upcoming article. What’s the best way to get in touch?
A. That’s freaking awesome! Excuse me for a moment while I do my happy dance … Ok. I’m back. The best way to get in initial contact with me is through my email at email@example.com. I respond very quickly and in addition to my response, I will give you my phone number as well. I look forward to speaking with you!