Mary Boucher

I first got into photography in the early 80’s when I wanted to take better images of my young son. So I went to Hunt’s Photo to buy my first SLR and the salesman advised “buy this totally manual camera and you will learn how to be a photographer”. That night I left Hunt’s the proud owner of a Ricoh KR5 totally manual SLR. Of course, I hadn’t a clue of what to do with it aside from a few quick tips from the salesman, so I signed up for a basic photography course at the local Y. That did it and I’ve been into photography ever since.

Today my favorite subjects are wildlife, birds, flowers, and still life. What I love about still life is that you can create something totally unique, something no one else has made before you, and that is very satisfying. I have provided still life and glassware setups at the NECCC annual conference for many years. I am an officer in the NECCC with the honor of MNEC and a member/past-president of the Merrimack Valley Camera Club in North Andover, MA.

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Conference Program:

Glassware Photography: Simply Creative by  Mary Boucher

Photographing glass pieces does not have to be difficult, in fact it can be surprisingly easy using a singular light source (and one you already own). I have been photographing glass for years and my setup has evolved several times over and is now easier than ever! It uses equipment everyone already owns with flexibility that is more creative than ever.

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