My view

Welcome to 'Bird's Eye View'!

When I was 18 my father handed me a Nikon and told me to get in the car. We drove through sleepy little Iowa towns and down winding gravel roads. He started me on what will be a life long journey of seeing the world through the lens of my camera.

To me photography is an art. The art of capturing a moment or a natural expression is what I love to do. I will give you direction and then find your personality within that pose.

What I see through my lens is no different than what you see every day - the only difference is I have the ability to stop time and provide you with those memories.

Contact me at katie (dot) reints (at) gmail (dot) com to inquire about a session.

...or find me on facebook!

Bird's Eye View Photography by Katie Reints


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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

project 365: Day 6, new toy

Today I received Photoshop Light room in the mail! SQUEE!! 



I decided that I needed (and deserved) a new toy.... and maybe, just maybe that would give me the kick in the butt i needed to keep my project 365 on track this time.

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Project 365: Day 4 Scavenger Hunt Sunday



Grey: I took this one yesterday on my photography hunt. 


Bliss: Yesterday I took my camera and got lost on a dirt road-- THAT is bliss to me!


A Glimpse: This is one of hundreds of slides my great grandmother left behind. This is her and my grandfather in the house Frank Lloyd Wright built in Charles City, Iowa. 


Crossed: This is one of the photographs I have framed in my house. One of the very first I took with the Nikon featured in my blog header, and developed in my fathers dark room. 


Hand written: Henry worked all day yesterday and a good part of this morning to write this book. 
It is called, 'I am writing a book.'

Friday, February 24, 2012

Project 365: Day 2, My dear friend


I thought it would be a good idea to start this journey again with a picture of the camera I use to take my photos. I took the photo with my camera phone. I will try to do very little of that during my project 365, however no promises. Some days it is just easier to whip out my phone and take a photo.