Fix-MyPhoto Friday

November 12, 2010
Some of you may remember that I Heart Faces’ Fix-It Friday used to feature reader photos. In June, they had to change their approach: read about it HERE. Since that time, I have been a bit uninspired by the professional photographer’s images submitted for fixing. Professionals will tend to get it right in camera, thus requiring little more than style. Fortunately, The Trendy Treehouse has just started their own version of Fix-It Friday called “Fix-MyPhoto Friday.” {fix-myphoto} Fridays is a fun extension of Shutter Love Tuesdays! Every week Tara or Jamie will post a...
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My Teddy Bear

November 09, 2010
When I saw this week’s Shutter Love Tuesday theme, I was a bit stumped, but then I looked over and saw my brown teddy bear. As it turns out, this week’s Live Every Moment photo challenge theme is also brown (you can click HERE to vote for my “in disguise” entry from last week). Believe it not, I sleep with this little guy…he brings me peace and helps me sleep. For more brown photos (and happy moments) , go to: I obviously used a lot of texture on the above shot, so I thought I’d take a step back and share my SOOC shot…and also share my texture...
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Fix-It Friday

November 05, 2010
It’s been a long time since I’ve participated in I Heart Faces’ Fix-It Friday, but this week’s photo inspired me, so I thought I’d give my take on it. Before I share my fix, I want to thank Michelle for providing such a beautiful picture of your daughter. Here is the SOOC shot: There are so many things that I love about this shot, but it starts with the lighting and the lighting is so pretty. I’m sure she would have loved to have her daughter look up a little more, but there’s something really sweet about the look on her face. Having a clean shot...
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Touch-Up Tuesday: Head Swap!

November 02, 2010
I completely missed last week’s Touch-Up Tuesday, but I promised that I would share a “head-swapping” experience from my family portrait session with Sarah at Loving My Life. Trying to get a decent family picture where everyone is looking at the camera is not easy. However, you can fake it if you know how to seamlessly swap heads.  I opted for having both parents looking at the camera (they’re even smiling)…I thought that Dustyn attempting to give his brother a kiss (I promise, he was kissing not biting) added character. However, Sarah is smiling in the shot on...
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