Tuesday, November 27, 2007

post turkey work flow

What a whirlwind of the past few days. Lots of turkey and work! I finished up the fall shoots on Monday before Thanksgiving and have been reviewing and editing ever since. I'll be sharing samples over the next few days/weeks.
Hope you all had a fun Turkey day. We took the kids to MI for the weekend and feasted on Turkey and shrimp dip -yum!(this link is close but no lemon with dill and hot sauce). No pix since I didn't even have a clean card to shoot with. I had an overhaul of my archiving work flow and wasn't ready to clean off the past images. (Isn't there an appropriate saying about the Cobblers children never having shoes?) Anyway, my mother in law is so ready for Christmas, her favorite holiday, with a professional Santa for a husband and more Dept. 56 houses than you can imagine it got all of us in the holiday mood.
I on the other hand have my daughters birthday this weekend (12-I am so not ready for the next few years!) and can't even think about decorating yet. It is going to be another busy week ahead!

Thursday, November 15, 2007

i love fall shadows

LinkI did it! It took a while and two different browsers, but the new blog is ready to go. This should make my life so much easier. The old was was so icky and a very long process of passwords, firewalls and other things I know very little about. So, what have I been up to?? Oh so much since my last post, but I'll just start from now.

I can't believe how fun this past few months have been. I have been keeping so busy and have been enjoying all the new clients I have worked with. I have tons of new work since I last updated the website, so I am planning on this being the place check it all out.

As for this shot...
I love the fall lighting and the long shadows that we get. I rarely have clients so purposefully pose, but I couldn't pass this idea up. We had spent quite a while in a beautiful park, then I took one look across the street and saw this falling down building and knew we had to use it. I have more from this session that I will share as they go through editing, so keep checking back and let me know what you think!