Wednesday, January 20, 2010

what I've been up to...

work work and more work.

But it doesn't feel like work :)

(Here's a few sneak peeks of a client's book I've been working on.)

Thankful Three:
-That I got to sleep in today, thank you Joel!
-Although it was messy, it was funny and cute when Jack got marshmallows in his hair.
-When Jack was having a rough time falling asleep for his afternoon nap, I went in & read him a book in the softest voice I have. I felt like it really made him relax... he even exhaled. I felt like I had that "mother's touch" in that moment and he went right to bed afterwards. :)


  1. I LOVE THEM! But of course everything you do is always beautiful :) What do you think it would look like with a border around the pictures? Just a thought?

  2. hmm I kind of like that thought.

  3. Hey quicky question I'm thinking about getting some indoor stuido equipment do you think this is a good investment? Oh and glad I could help :) I didn't want to step on your toes or anything :)

  4. Oh dear heavens. There is nothing more precious - nor dangerous to a woman who would love *just* one more - than seeing pictures of tiny newborn babies. You did a beautiful, beautiful job!

  5. These are beautiful! Do you use photoshop to do your books? I have been using the mxpix software cause I'm not really comfortable with photoshop yet, but want to be able to do it all freehand. Still lots of learning to do!!

  6. Jenni, I don't know a lot about lighting products (I try to use all natural) but it looks like a great deal.

    Tara- I used photoshop, I didn't even know mpix had software for that type of thing, interesting. And photoshop can be intimidating, but you'll get the hang of it, I've been using it since high school and I'm STILL learning, the program is really never ending.

  7. I use natural too. I was just curious to maybe get some studio equipment to mess around with and broaden a bit. But I know that natural is best :)


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