Oh momma, your cuddling a new bundle of joy and with each breathe they take, your even more in love than ever. As you gently stroke their cheeks and softly kiss their foreheads you may not realize the stunning benefits of skin to skin contact with your baby. Yes, snuggles are not only heart melting-ly awesome, they are healthy!
Your a photo editing wizard! The latest session post processing is complete and your just a click away from calling it quits. Hold up! Don’t forget about your copyright. Before you hit the export button, be sure to properly copyright your digital files. Yes, the copyright applies the moment your photo is created, however, there is a fail safe. Lets talk about the one click wonder of how to copyright your photos in Lightroom before uploading them online?
Alright, you have just completed a session and uploaded all your images into Lightroom. The portraits look stunning and you cant wait to dive into the editing process. As you glide through your photos you may notice parts of an image could use a boost. You have a ton of Lightroom tools available. However, you may be missing one that could really give them that wow factor your seeking. In this Lightroom tutorial, we will go over that odd little circle referred to as the Radial Tool.
Alright Mom, those super sweet images of children in tutus and flower crowns to please are not just for the magazines. Do you find yourself wishing you had those images of your own children? Have you ever scrolled through Pinterest to see adorable toddler portraits with giant grins carrying a bushel of blossoms and wondering how you could have images like those? Well, it’s time to feed your inner visionary and watch your family picture ideas come to life.
Have you ever come across an actual rare phenomenon? I’m referring to an occurrence so mind blowing that you cannot believe your eyes! Well my friends, today I am going to share one with you. This is the story of a Sunnyvale TX Outdoor Family Photography session that took an unusual turn. It all began one sunny morning among the bright leafy trees of a Sunnyvale park.
Its time to get in touch with whimsy and take a peek into the Spring Boho Babies and Blossoms. This Dallas TX Child Photography Mini Session was such a dream. Imagine a day filled with bright flowers, the sweetest smiles and tons of giggles. Yep, those are just a few highlights from this mini sessions magical moments.
Family photos are dear to us. We cherish them, for they are a glimpse into our lives. A moment that once was. Our children grow right before our eyes. One day they arrive, the next they are off to college. Time does not stand still when your busy raising you family. However, time can be preserved. A photograph has the ability to convey the emotion and connection of a moment. That moment is then forever captured in a photo. Eternally yours to treasure and cherish. This is an inside view of Dallas Newborn Photography and how your family photos are not only a moment in time to forever look back on, they are also art.
When your new baby is placed in your arms your world is forever transformed. This little life will forever look up to you for guidance and knowledge. Such precious memories are to be made in the time ahead. While time may flash before your eyes, don’t let those moments be forgotten. This is why you should consider Newborn Lifestyle Photography and Why You Will Love It.
Today is one of the most anticipated events of the year! Its the annual Dallas Margarita Ball and I have the pleasure to share with you that for this event I have donated several of my original paintings with all proceeds going to Children Charities of Dallas. I am so excited to be a donor for this big event and hope that it becomes a yearly tradition. Below are the pieces to be sold in the silent auction taking place tonight.
If you are a fan of Michalopoulos art, you know of his wondrous use of colors and amazing skill for applying it to structure. I had attempted in the past to create a work inspired by his style of a house. My parents house in particular since they have a lovely porch. It took a few goes but I have completed the work with what I believe to be that touch of ‘Michalopoulos’ color. I have posted a before photo of the piece when I had first attempted this style of work.