For those of us going through a winter storm in the middle of January in northwest Pennsylvania, let’s warm up with a few beach photos from the Pacific Coast. These were taken in August when we were visiting family.
Aqua. Oh my favoritist color in the whole word. It's calming. It's fresh. And it catches my eye every. single. time. I found these at Ikea along with the black & white table runner and according to me, it's a match made in heaven. However, I got the wrong size table runner, and it stops short on each end of the table... making it look like an extra long placemat. Doh!
For an hour this morning, the light changed and moved… My five year old son Truett wanted to capture a few photos as well; he looked outside and said, “Mom! Get a picture of that!” And I told him to capture it himself (ha - parenting at it’s best!).
November is such a beautiful month in northwest Pennsylvania. You’re not sure whether or not it’s going to be snow-covered or the last of the peak colorful leaves season… I love the softness of these images; the lighting is gorgeous.
Some of my favorite people. When you shoot a family session with kids - it should be FUN and unpredictable. It should rain and the kids should not cooperate the whole time. THAT, my friends, is perfection.
Wednesday October 17, 2018 - YES - these photos were taken on the same day! Beautiful sunrise photos, and then the skies turned cloudy and it rained most of the morning. By mid-afternoon, these beautiful rainbows swept across the Venango Valley! I was actually annoyed that my husband Dave knocked on my studio door and interrupted me from doing voice overs… but once I saw how huge and amazing the rainbows were, I quickly ran and grabbed my camera to capture it’s beauty. Enjoy!
If I could shoot black & white weddings - and that’s all I delivered to my clients - I would be in heaven. I love the moments and emotion you can feel in the black & whites. Beth & Danny’s wedding - Ocean City, Maryland - Saturday September 15, 2018. Huge thank you to my husband Dave for capturing their day with me.
A beautiful warm October morning in Venango and Saegertown, Pennsylvania. The weather is changing over the next few days; it will be interesting to see how the clouds change during the transition into cooler weather!
Pexels sends notifications (in beta, only currently available to their Pexels Heros) when a stock image is used by a major blog, news outlet or company. How fun! So here's the latest feature in the IBTimes:
Each frost formation is completely unique; it takes my breath away! I love to look at these up-close and take in the design. A bit of sunlight will melt it away in seconds. Enjoy each moment you have; it will vanish before you know it.
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Our perspective is limited. When a problem arises, we can only look at solving the problem through our limited perspective.
So try this: take your problem and turn it on all sides. When you flip something around, you begin to see things or feel things you didn't realize was there. A little shift in perspective can give us just enough of a boost to solve a problem in a new way.
hese are items I personally use and absolutely love. Everyone’s journey into and through photography is so different. In fact, you may find a newer camera that suits you better! But the best camera you have is the one with you. I could spend thousands and upgrade my equipment on a yearly (or weekly!) basis! But I don’t… it’s not necessary nor is it wise for me.