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Things are Happening at Deb Mitzel Photography | Brainerd Lakes Area Senior Photographer

There's a lot going on at Deb Mitzel Photography! This yea r I’ve launched a fun and exciting program for upcoming high school seniors, the Deb Mitzel Photography Senior Model Program. MODEL program? For some of you the word model may drum up visions of “too thin” girls walking down runways in clothing that you’d never be able to actually wear out...
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Challenge and Change | Brainerd Lakes Area Photographer

“If it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you.” Think about those words, and how true they are. If we really want something to change in our lives, it is very likely going to be a challenge for us, or we would have already made the change. I had Kelly in the studio recently, and she has been living and breathing this motto for a few months. S...
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The Gift of Eva | Brainerd Lakes Area Photographer

“Every day is a gift, that’s why it’s called the present” … I’ve seen that quote posted online a lot lately, and when I sat down to blog about a beautiful little girl that I had in the studio recently, it came to mind. I met Eva and her mom, Tina, when they came to my studio for photos on Eva’s 2 nd birthday. A sweet, vibrant two year old, I had no...
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A Friendship formed at Jury Duty -Brainerd Lakes Photographer

I really got to know this Mom after spending a day with her on jury duty. There's nothing better to start a friendship than several hours sitting in a closed room with nothing to do but talk! And talk we did...we found out we had a lot of things in common, and have stayed in touch ever since. I had the pleasure of taking her son's senior pictures t...
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Where are your photos hiding? - Brainerd Lakes Area Photographer

Where do you keep your most precious photos? Are they hanging on your wall, placed in a scrapbook, or displayed on your mantle? Or are they stuck on your phone or computer hard drive where no one can see them? Before the age of the digital camera, printing was the only way to see the photos we were taking, and once printed, unless we lost them, the...
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