We live in trying times, the storms of a cruel world tearing down the humanity amongst us. But, He is coming again someday. And oh, what a glorious day that will be! Happy Easter from Stephanie Greenwell Photography!
Category Archives: Landscape
This is my favorite full shot from the cemetery images I shot after my snow mini sessions. Upon shooting the first set of images from this angle, I didn’t notice the name on a specific tombstone until I looked through the images on my camera. Upon close inspection, I realized that McCall was in fact […]
Well, this comes 6 months after I thought my image would be published in the July 2014 National Geographic Magazine, and it’s now official that my image was actually PUBLISHED WORLDWIDE in their tablet editions. (Oh but what I’d give to see my image in the actual magazine!) I can’t express how upset I was […]
Last week, I shot a few images of the St. Eustachius Catholic Church in Portageville, Missouri while we still had some snow on the ground. I have always been in awe of the beauty of Catholic churches, including St. Eustachius. As part of the upcoming annual auction, I’ll be donating a 16×24 canvas print of […]
Yesterday, I received a call from National Geographic that my image will be published in an upcoming issue of their magazine! It was a tremendous honor to have the editors at National Geographic to select my image for a Daily Dozen feature, out of the thousands that are submitted on a daily basis, but it […]
It was cold late this afternoon, but I’ve been dying to capture the ice-covered trees with the sun glistening over them. I loved today’s beautiful winter sky, and I’ve been wanting to capture this pond for several months now. On our way home school today, I knew what my next landscape shoot would be: this […]
I’d like to ask a big favor to please take a moment to vote for my image chosen by National Geographic editors for the Daily Dozen! Each month, the winning image of all the Daily Dozen selections for that month will get to be published in National Geographic magazine, and this is my shot at […]