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The Three-Minute Exposure - 3/2021

Updated: Feb 7, 2022

Tyler Lyons Reviews His Studio Samples | 5 Artists, 5 Print Mediums | Join Our Community!

March 2021 News, Tips and Spotlights

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Minute 1: Pro Corner with Tyler Lyons

Tyler Reviews His Wide Variety of Studio Samples

Tyler started Lyons Photography back in 2014 while attending The Art Institute of Dallas for his BFA in Photography. He focused on portrait work and fell in love with the world of dance. He has spent the last six years focusing on dance photography while also shooting other portrait work, and because he partnered with a dance studio, he now has a space to show studio samples to clients. Learn more through his studio sample review.


Minute 2: Art Speaks in PRINT

Highlighting The Reproductions of 5 Artists on 5 Print Types

Recently, we highlighted the work of digital artist and Bay Photo customer, Devin Elle Kurtz. It sparked some well-deserved attention on some of the multi-media art that we’ve seen come through the lab! Original art pieces exude the style of their makers, so reproductions matter. We've highlighted 5 talented artists who print their work on 5 different Bay Photo mediums. After all, art just may speak the loudest on the highest quality prints!


Minute 3: In Case You Missed It...

There's Always Inspiration on the Bay Blog

Spring is in the air, and our community is an inspired one! From Wedding Season Prep to Mother's Day, Father's Day, and beyond, we've been sharing motivating tips and contextual product information on the Bay Blog. We look to our amazing community of photographers and creatives in order to share your impactful photo stories, product displays, business revamps and more, so don't forget to follow and share with us on social media.


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Bob Harbison
Bob Harbison

Love the shot of Rainier you used in the header! I was a bit disappointed to see it isn't mentioned in any of the articles. Please consider including the story of that image in a future issue!


That's a great suggestion, Bob. The shot of Mt. Rainier is by John Weatherby! We'll keep this in mind for next time. We appreciate your feedback!

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