Monthly Archives: July 2011

52-Week Challenge…”Family” [Heber Springs Photographer/Little Rock Photographer]

On my website, I describe myself as a “lifestyle” photographer who captures children, families, etc., as they are…laughing, giggling, running, twirling, even crying. I LOVE capturing their natural expressions and poses and will chase toddlers, tell bad jokes or dump dirt on my head if that’s what it takes to get a good smile! It’s […]

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iHeart Faces… “Water” [Heber Springs photographer, Little Rock photographer]

Fun theme in this smoldering heat! The mom of this gorgeous little boy wanted a few shots of him playing in the hose at his grandmother’s house…one of his favorite things to do there. And could this little one be any prettier?! On the way to the session, I had been told by another mom […]

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52-Week Challenge…”Silhouette” [Heber Springs photographer, Little Rock photographer]

I was a lucky girl to be at the beach for this week’s 52-week theme, “silhouette.” There were SO many unique shapes and colorful subjects around Garden City, SC just south of Myrtle Beach.  Some in flip-flops and tank tops. And others I’d rather not photograph!  I had a few ideas… a couple strolling on […]

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52-Week Challenge…”Movement” [Heber Springs, Little Rock photographer]

Movement…watching the waves come ashore and the little ones jump, run, and tackle the water. Always moving…. Now head on over to Jen’s site to what she has moving! Jen Bruss, South Carolina Portrait Photographer- http://www.jenniferbrussphotography.com/blog/?p=1849   (The Bloom Forum 52-Week post is a weekly challenge in which photographers from all over take a photo based […]

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52-Week Challenge…”Independence” [Heber Springs, Little Rock portrait photographer]

I chose the most obvious interpretation for this week’s Bloom Challenge, “Independence.” But what could be a better way to express the Fourth of July holiday than showcasing fireworks! My oldest got a kick out of the sparklers and spun and did these karate-like moves while the sticks burned. Typical boy, always moving, even when […]

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