PHOTOGRAPHY : Infant, Baby, and Toddler Photography

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Photography: Teen / Senior Photography

PHOTOGRAPHY : Infant, Baby, and Toddler Photography

PHOTOGRAPHY : Babies, Infants, Toddlers

PHOTOGRAPHY : Landscape and Vacation

I Heart Faces Fix it Friday #151

I love participating in the I Heart Faces Fix it Friday - Hand on Photo Editting posts. Below is a before and after of the photo that they provided. This lovely photo is provided to us by Julie Rivera Photography and it adorable!

Below is the editing process I used for this photo.



I love FLORABELLA actions along with Oh So Posh actions. I use these two sets of actions for about 90% of my work.

For this photo, the editing process was very simple. There wasn't a lot to do with skin or eyes, so I started with Florabella's "Clean Color" action. I then added a bit of pop to the little girl's eye and lightened it. Just a small touch up on the skin to remove some discolorations. I then applied Florabella's Sweet Tea action, made a new layer to top, then added in the sun-flare and some warmth.

This photo is such a majestic moment between a granddaughter and grandfather and I felt that the vintage look suited it well along with the magical sun-flare.


Tollicks - Sneak Peek II

I feel so fortunate to have the opportunity to call this beautiful family a part of my own. As I edit these photos, I am continuously amazed at the beauty behind each and every one of these girls. Still working on the rest, but at least we now have a head shot for each girl. XOXO!

Tollicks - Sneak Peek

Here is a quick "sneak peek" at the Tollick's teen family photo shoot. I've been anxiously awaiting finding the time to edit these pictures. Below are 4 out of about 200 :-) Next up are the individual shots, which are gorgeous! Stay tuned.

Miley's First Birthday Shoot

Miley is such a fun and lively little girl. I love her sweet spirit and spunky personality. I was honored to have the opportunity to take her one year old / first birthday pictures! We shot these photos at my new favorite photography location in Frisco, the Frisco Heritage Museum. This area has such an eclectic collection of multiple colors / background possibilities.

I loved this shot so much. We actually set this up at the end, and Miley was over having a big black camera in her face, and her mother's goofy antics for making her smile were running thin. Miley reached for her mom's phone, and the color of Michelle's phone case just happened to match the styling of this shoot! This was one of those accidental photos that turned out to be one of my favorites. Just another testament to always having your camera ready!

*Warning: Sense of humor required for this next shot. This last photo is not what it seems, but yet another testament to always haing your camera ready. We had Miley sitting on the tracks (Do not be alarmed! This train is part of the museum, not a working train! No babies were harmed or endangered while taking this photo.) She stood up and started crying for her momma, and the way that the camera captured the shot, she looked terrified! After soothing little Miley, Michelle and I scrolled through the images on my camera and laughed at how priceless this moment is and how it appears to be something that it completely wasn't. Add in a bit of motion in photoshop, and viola; We now have a baby running from a moving train.

Hannah - Side Shooter

This was a fun senior shoot for which I was just "along for the ride". I only shot a few shots, as this was my friend Kelly of K. Nicole Photography's client. Good luck in your senior year, Hannah!