If you remember this post from a few weeks ago, you might remember that my friend, Melissa, is a super talented artist! She is a gifted photographer as well. We only see each other once or twice a year so somewhere in between talking, painting, talking, late night editing, talking, morning breakfast and quiet time, and did I mention talking :D , we went to our favorite park. (seriously guys, I love this park! Melissa has taken me there numerous times and every time my pictures there come out completely different! You’d never know that they were from the same location! Here’s a post from when I was there a few years ago.) We knew that we were both in dire need of having our profile pictures updated so that’s what we centered our shoot around. Take a look at some of the gorgeous pictures!
Also take a look at Melissa’s awesome blog! She often posts her art and free downloadable paper dolls as well as lots of art tips! Check it out here: melissajacie.com/artblog/
Thank you for the lovely visit, Melissa! Love you lots!! :)
I’ve had this idea in my mind for a photoshoot where I could have one of my sisters in full 18th century garb walking around the farm. The weather was so nice this past week that I decided to try the idea out. It helped immensely that our mini donkey gave birth to the fluffiest white baby that I’ve ever seen! Take a look below to see the CUTEST BABY DONKEY EVER!! and also our horse, Blue. :) Have a great weekend!
Her name is Terisa! <3
When Mom says you’re done, you’re done! :P
Back in August, I was able to travel to Ohio to visit a great friend of mine! Melissa and I have been friends since I was 4! We both love alllll things creative and artsy so when we get together we talk and art and talk and art and talk…. You get the picture! :D Melissa is a fabulous artist so when we were planning our visit, we knew we were going to do an art photoshoot. Take a look at her fabulous painting below! Some of you longtime readers might remember Melissa from a few posts I’ve done on here in the past. She has an awesome art blog in which she used pictures from this photoshoot. Take a look at her Ten Tips for Painting Outside and leave a comment saying how you found her post! Have a great day! Lizzy :)
Hey yinz! Back in May, Rebekah and I went out for an excursion/photoshoot in the city of Pittsburgh. We’d wanted to do this photoshoot for yeaaaarrrrrsssss. The beautiful yellow bridges of the Burgh with a few old vintage cameras made for awesome backdrops and props. Afterwards, we ran to the car to escape the ginormous thunderstorm and went and ate ice cream in the rain! :D Make sure you take a look at all the awesome below. We may or may not have stood in the middle of the road on a bridge. Enjoy! :)
BTW I asked this on my facebook page but then I thought I’d better post it here too – I’m looking into getting another social media site for those of you who don’t have facebook. Which social media sites would you like to see me on? Leave a comment with your preference! Thanks a bunch :)
There! A picture of me. Are you happy?
The day that I scheduled Uriah’s pictures was a crazy day. It was the day after a huge day for me and I was doing all a could to stay awake. I only had an hour to do a full senior shoot with 2 locations! Uriah was amazing — he had one of the COOLEST props ever and posed like a pro! I don’t think I was sleepy any more after I saw the tractor that he uses at work. :) Take a look it below and enjoy! :)