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August 30, 2012
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Incline photo company offers different exposures

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Capture and preserve your best and cherished family moments and other occasions with excellent and professional photography.

Vicki Cruz is a seasoned photographer, a member of Professional Photographers of America with cutting edge skill in creating professional, high quality portraits of families, children, seniors and newborns. She is highly skilled in capturing moments, events or occasions everyone will wish they had captured.

She went to school in Germany, where she obtained a degree in nursing. She began an internship at a Photography and Video production company in Germany.

In 1993, she decided to move to Tahoe where she met her husband.

“I fell in love with the area and so I decided to stay,” says the mother of three.

Together with her husband, they started a construction business in 1996. However due to her passion for photography, she started her own photography business.

Over the years, Vicki has continued taking classes in such places as New York, Oregon and Las Vegas to name a few, expanding her knowledge as well as keeping current with photography.

Although Vicki enjoys all aspects of photography, she would like to specialize in newborn portraits. “They are my favorite,” she said.

“Being a mom can be difficult at times and I can appreciate how valuable time really is. I have three children of my own so I understand how to work with them (and their families) very well,” Vicki said.

Vicki loves to use the outdoor light (natural light) to capture the perfect moment for any portrait. She sets up her lighting equipment and studio in her home, for those perfect in studio portraits.

To learn more about Vicki Cruz Photography, visit vickicruzphotography.com, or contact Vicki at 775-745-1030 or vicki@vickicruzphography.com.

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Tahoe Daily Tribune Updated Aug 30, 2012 12:54PM Published Aug 30, 2012 12:48PM Copyright 2012 Tahoe Daily Tribune. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.