Photography takes a lot of practice (trust me!). I look back at my early pictures, which I thought were phenomenal at the time, and now cringe at the lighting and composition. There are a few basics things you can do today that will result in a better picture.
I recently helped a friend do a little photo shoot of her (oh so adorable) family. A light bulb went off…wouldn’t it be fun to share some of the tips we used to get some great (and natural) shots. Tip #1: Your pictures will only look as good as the light. What in the world
Things have been busy in my studio getting ready for Christmas…only 43 days shopping days left! I thought it would be fun to show off some shots that my wonderful friend, Jennifer, took while in town. I LOVE this sign! It reminds me of all the things I love about sewing and creating. Holly of
The boys are on Fall Break from preschool. I originally planned to spend the day at the zoo, but when we woke up this morning it was rainy and chilly. Instead, we dressed up in our rain gear and umbrellas and walked to the local bakery. I think donuts are a good substitute for the
Over Labor Day weekend, we visited family in Birmingham, Michigan located just outside of Detroit. On Sunday, we took the boys to the local park and then headed over to the farmer’s market. You get some interesting looks when you start taking close-ups of fruit, but look at these colors! Above are hand painted gourds…how
Over the long weekend, I decided it was a good time to take a long walk and capture some of the architecture around our town. We moved here in December and I would best describe the small town living as a love/hate relationship. I love the cozy historic downtown. I’m in love with the architecture.