Mackenzie was such a beauty! We got to use lots of fun colors during her session, including my new hot pink fabric paired with the dainty mohair bonnet and the dark purple fabric + floral wrap combo I had pulled out and envisioned. Love that shot. Mackenzie was so good that she even allowed us to get the popular chin-resting-on-hands shot, a definite toughie but Mom requested it. We save this shot for last in case baby freaks and wakes up. Please note that even though Mackenzie was a star subject, this shot *always* requires Photoshop work after. It is NEVER a good idea to allow baby to attempt tricky poses. It is both very unprofessional and extremely unsafe. You’ll never see me do something without a spotter and Photoshop work after!
All of my little disclaimers aside, I present to you Mackenzie, 7 brand new days here on Earth!
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This girl… what a beauty! She was such a good little thing and then big brother… who is cuter than this guy? He was *so proud* to hold his baby sister and take some shots with her. Cutest thing ever!
The stacked sibling pose was all Mom’s idea and I am so happy we went for it! Final shot of the session and bam ~ a real winner. :)
**Please note: Mom’s arm NEVER left baby at all, and I even stated so when I originally posted this on Facebook. This my friends, is the beauty of Photoshop! ;)
Have a fabulous day!
Since the start of the year, I’ve been posting a macro shot on my Facebook page each Monday.
macro: anything very large in scale, scope or capability.
Here are my shots so far, including the one I just posted this morning.
January 6th: Icy frost inside our windows.
January 13th: Pretty pink flower.
January 20th: My Puggle’s nose.
January 28th: My youngest daughter’s eyelashes.
February 3rd: Lemon after helping my son with his science fair project.
February 10th: Popcorn while watching the Olympics with my kids.
February 17th: This pretty much sums up our NY Winter this far. ICE!
Happy Macro Monday!
Playing catch-up this week. Hope to have weeks 6 and 7 (ends tomorrow) worked on soon!
From my three funny Valentines to you, we hope your day is filled with sunshine, love & happiness. :)
Ah… the ever popular cake smash: one of my FAVORITE parts of my job! I love working on the images after and making them all come together on the storyboard with the complementing colors ~ my inner fashion degree coming out. ;) Kara’s Mommy wanted a pink & green smash and I asked her if we could use the green background. Love the way this turned out! Kara did not want to touch her cake. She actually loved the taste but wanted her Mommy to feed her. I knew I got some great smiles though and I think the whole set turned out really cute. Enjoy these peeks!
Have a super-duper day!
Molly’s mini session was so much fun ~ it was Wizard of Oz themed! How perfect were these backdrops with her outfit and cute little Toto? Her mommy ordered a storyboard too that I am also sharing. I love, love, love the way that turned out!
Always a pleasure seeing you, K & M!
This month’s BYOC at The LilyPad is scrumptious! Loved working with these colors. I have released three products: papers, elements and project life cards. All 3 packs are 20% off for the weekend. Enjoy!
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I was looking in my blog’s draft folder and found this. Can’t believe I never shared it! I finished Lucy Jo’s session back in December so I’m going to share more of the completed session along with this before & after. I love compiling these side-by-side images. An extra step is needed with this particular crystal crown because it’s quite heavy (but photographs beautifully!)
Hope all is well L family. I look forward to seeing you again. :)
The finished shot, full-size.
Have a beautiful Friday!