I tend to edit mostly in color. I love color. I really, really love pops of bright color. Like when an image has a pop of red, bright pink or yellow, I for real swoon. But sometimes, every once in a while I will be editing, trying this and trying that to get that perfect look that I want just to keep going back and starting over again.Then I think " maybe the problem is that this one isn't supposed to be colorful, let's find out" . Then I do and suddenly the image that has been frustrating me to no end makes me happy again. 😍💗😍💗😍💗😍
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I am so honored and excited to have been invited back to participate in this wonderful event again this year
Hi y'all, after reading these words "you're too expensive" I sit at my desk this morning struggling with whether or not I should even write this post. I worry that it's going to come across as whiny or even worse, bitchy. That is not my intent. My intent is to illuminate and educate. Too many people think that a button is pressed and voila! The work is done. I'm not sure that people realize that there is so much more that goes into a session than the hour or two spent pressing the button.
Hi there! Today I wanted to share with you a little bit of what I am working on.
You may remember me writing a few weeks ago about The Burg Rocks. I have since learned that this movement is part of a much larger movement called Kindness Rocks.
I am so excited to finally get to share Loran's session with you!
One week ago today my husband and I had to let our buddy Jax go to doggie heaven. I lost a piece of my heart that day.