Charlton Park in 360°
My very first job was working at Charlton Park so seeing it grow and flourish has been wonderful for me. Using my photographic ability to bring this 360° art work on canvas hopefully will inspire someone to go to the park and enjoy all that it has to offer.
I enjoy working with people and getting to know about who they are. I strive to bring more than just their likeness to their photographs. Earning my Master of Photography degree has been an important achievement in my career but I put the desire to have clients who truly enjoy their portraits far above the degree. Bringing quality products to my clients and making them happy is what makes the work worth it for me.
Rose Hendershot, Master Photographer
Photographic Memory, Hastings, MI
LOCAL PHOTOGRAPHER EXHIBIT AT CLARE, MICHIGAN WELCOME CENTER
For immediate release – March 1, 2015
Photographer Rose Hendershot of Hastings is exhibiting Michigan landmark photographs at the Clare Welcome Center. The exhibit, while not affiliated with the Pure Michigan campaign, are pure Michigan in capture.
The Welcome Center greets guests to Michigan’s northern regions along US127. Rose Hendershot, Master Photographer is among about a dozen professional photographers who have accepted the invitation to display their Michigan landmark photographs for the public during the month of March. The center is open Thursday through Monday (December to April) from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Each of Hendershots’ photographs have won state and national awards. On display is The Majestic Mac (Mackinaw Bridge), The Lantern (the old Cheboygan Light House), Twi-Light (Point Betsey Light House), Guiding Light (Grand Haven Light House). Rose Hendershot of Photographic Memory in Hastings specializes in family and business portraits and events. To see more of her work, visit www.PhotographicMemory.info.