These are my absolute favorites from my session with Peyton! Just like a kid who likes to play in the box that a present came in, Peyton was very happy in Graycee the dog's bed!!
Monday, December 19, 2011
Saturday, December 17, 2011
Some of my favorite photos of the day were taken while Ashley tried to get Peyton dressed up for more pictures!! Peyton was not interested in sitting still to get her bow on!
But it's worth the trouble - Peyton strikes a pose for us!!
Stay posted.....a few more coming.....
Friday, December 16, 2011
Monday, December 5, 2011
As some of you may already know, I have the great fortune to be interning with Cindy Brown of cbrownphoto . I remember the first time I met Cindy- I went over to her house, a nervous wreck; hoping that I could somehow make myself seem like a person that would be useful for her to have around. That was going to be a tough sell because I really knew nothing about digital photography, had no equipment of my own and kept saying things like "I'm really nervous." And thinking things like "please like me!"
Fortunately, Cindy took pity on me and ever since that first meeting, week by week, she has been teaching me about photojournalism, business, technology/software; letting me learn on/borrow her equipment and always ready to answer my kajillion questions.
She's great. She's great at what she does and she's great at teaching me about it. Patient, practical and talented - she's quite the photographer catch!
Recently, I went along with Cindy while she did an engagement session in downtown Decatur. I took a few pictures of Cindy taking pictures. My photos of Cindy are below. Here is the link to her photos from the shoot!
Thank you for everything Cindy - you're amazing and I'm so lucky to have you as a teacher/friend!!
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Wow! The Christmas season is almost upon us already! I can't believe it. We're barely in December and I remember almost a year ago, posting THIS link about fall and lawn/leaf bags. This year we participated in Decatur's 'Season of Giving' - and they have a very different use for lawn and leaf bags. Volunteers all over Decatur fill them with gifts for children and older adults that live in our community. It's a wonderful tradition and we're happy to participate in it each year. Thought I'd share this different image of the lawn and leaf bags for this year:
Happy Giving to everyone this holiday season!!