A little known fact about me: I started out as a graphic designer, but I left it behind for photography. I’m artistic and still love to design, but my rule is ‘only for friends’. Sometimes I do contract work as I don’t have to interact with the client and just get to create. But I digress. This afternoon, @equestriennedecor and I got together for lunch at @infusion_tea where we always brainstorm and we made some updates to her site! We added some new products 😉😉 and are in the process of connecting her blog to the site as well!! You really should head over to EquestrienneDecor.com and check it out. So many pretty equestrian products for yourself (think jewelry!), your home and your stable!!! 🖤🖤🖤
Every car we tint, we take extra care to treat it like it’s our own. From using SoakShield products, to draping the doors in plastic, it’s important to us that you receive the best quality window tint you’ve ever had, and that your car is fully protected and returned to you in better shape than when you brought it in to us. #YourCarDeservesTheBest#TintWorld
It’s important for potential homes buyers and home owners to know the current housing market. In Orlando the median home price has risen 7% compared to July 2017. Inventory has decreased about 17%. That means prices are increasing while inventory is decreasing.
I take A LOT of photos every week and if I’m being completely honest I don’t think many of them are great. I can be a tough critic of my own work. I always wonder what makes a photo great to me? I see it and feel it immediately when I’m going through a session. They jump out at me every single time. •
When I talk to clients about the photographs I will include in their slideshow I always joke I will throw out the bad ones. The ‘bad ones’ meaning those that I blow technically. So this photo would have usually been a toss out. I missed the focus and I blew out the window light completely. •
When I was culling the session I kept coming back to this photo and just couldn’t delete it. I don’t know if it was the hazy window light around baby’s head or his sweet hair still dried to his head from being born the previous day. Maybe it was because I was there and I felt the love when I saw dad looking down at his son. So, it made me feel something. I think that’s a huge part of what makes a photo great to me. Sorry @naturalesline for this missed focus photo in your slideshow. I just couldn’t toss it. ❤️ //