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EMC Photography is the Chamber Business of the Week

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[May 02, 2012]  The Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Week is EMC Photography in Clinton:


How many employees: 2

How long have you been a Chamber member? Less than 1 year

I joined the Chamber because…

Ed and I joined the Lincoln Chamber after photographing Mike & Caroline's wedding in Lincoln. We had a great time, and love the area. We are wedding photographers based out of Clinton and our area includes Peoria, Champaign, Bloomington, Decatur and Springfield. It totally made sense to become part of Lincoln / Logan County community. Additionally, we want to get out the word of our work with high school seniors, family, newborns -- we're one of the old style "full service" photography studios who don't forget that we work with clients to create memories for years to come.

Why did you decide to invest in Logan County?

We love the small town attitude! We've been members of Clinton's chamber for the past 3 years and Krystal was a board member for one. I spoke with Camille with Brady Realty and she was expanding into the Lincoln area and it seemed like the logical thing to do in our part.

What products and services do you offer to Logan County?

We offer wedding and engagement portrait services. We have been in business in central Illinois for the past 6 years. We have expanded into seniors, baby and this year starting with maternity and boudoir sessions. We enjoy new experiences, we bring lighting with us to make the most of the location indoors or out, we want to hear ideas and what you would like out of your photography experience before we pick up the camera. Our tag line is we capture personalities and not just pictures. We really mean it. We do consultations before and after the session to ensure we achieve what the client wanted ... and far more!

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What does the future of your business look like?

Our future, I love this question. My goal is to continue learning new and exciting ways to photograph & light. We both enjoy teaching photography as well as being behind the camera. We plan on becoming photographers for life, photographing weddings, then babies, children, seniors, and then their weddings, as well as anniversaries and reunions.

Contact people: Ed and Krystal Cicenas, phone 217-542-1602

[Text copied from file received from the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce]

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