Wednesday, July 8, 2009
While you're there, check out all of Jodi's great actions for Photoshop! I recently started using these and it has made a HUGE difference in the way I edit...thanks, Jodi!
Monday, June 22, 2009
This week's i ♥ faces theme is "Let's Hear It For the Boys." I have so many [thousands of] pictures of my little boy, but decided instead to enter this picture of my 6 year old nephew. He's just entering into that "too cool to smile" phase, so getting a full smile like this is extremely rare, and I love it!! This is also one of my first pics with my new 50mm 1.4 lens...love it! This pic is SOOC, and I was pretty pleased with it.
Your feedback is welcome as always! Take time to visit everyone elses pics this week at http://www.iheartfaces.com Thanks!
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Tuesday, May 19, 2009
"I am submitting this photo into the www.iheartfaces.com Blurb Book photo contest. I am granting I ♥ Faces permission to use my photo in a printed version of a book for commercial use and possibly advertising of a photo book on both the Blurb and I ♥ Faces web sites."
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
More Tiger stuff...My sister and brother-in-law have taken all 4 of their kids to Clemson games from the time they were each only a few weeks old...you gotta start 'em young!! When I took this picture, Brad had just bought new matching hats for him and Matthew. If you look closely, you can see the pride and joy in a daddy's eyes...pride for his team and the joy of introducing his son to a wonderful thing called Clemson football!!
Go check out all of the other great hats posted this week at I ♥ Faces.
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Finally back for week 16.... "Reflection" Love this picture of my baby girl in one fo her favorite spots...looking out the window at our dog, Maggie. Click on the link above to check out other great reflective shots on the i heart faces website.
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
I took this picture of my daughter, Louisa, while she and her twin brother were in the bath (she's cutting her eyes to look at him). I love how this picture (cropped in the camera) captures her eyes.