If life wasn't crazy enough with working on our home, Ryan and I getting used to living together after having opposite schedules, trying to figure out my place in the photography world, enjoying our adorable lil' nephews Evan, Forrest, and Levi plus Vivian, our adorable niece... Ryan and I also have a puppy or at least is the size of one, Jack, who is a Jack Russell mix! How fun and YES, and a little crazy, but we wouldn't have it any other way!

Friday, March 23, 2012

Forrest's 1 Year Photo Shoot

I've finished editing and wanted to share my favorites and what others are "liking" on Facebook! :)

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Sneak Peak...

Jill, Mom, I are a great trio! I feel like the photos I took of Forrest today really shows how far I've come in photography, especially with children! He's one of my best models and it helps that his "grammy" is his stylist! I only had time to really get in to editing one photo for the night but it might be my favorite of all of them I took today! Plus I put some Photoshop skills to use removing a post/mile marker that was in the background! :) Photo taken with a Nikon D5000, 50mm 1.8f lens, ISO 400, 1/800 SS, 4.5f, used Liz LaBianca Photography actions "Keep it Clean" and "Eye Candy"!

Hard to believe he is already a 1 year old!

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Its a Celebration, Forrest is 1 year old!

Here are a few pictures from Forrest's first birthday. So hard to believe a year ago yesterday we met him for the first time! Can't wait to see what fun the next year will bring! :) Love you little man!

Friday, March 2, 2012

Newest Vintage Country Inspired Accent

Months ago... I had seen this cool milk container on Craigslist. I really didn't think anything of it and it was more than I was willing to pay so I just let it be! Well this week it showed up on Craigslist again and for $10, I wasn't going to let it pass me by again!
It needs a good bath and I should probably put something on the bottom since it wasn't painted blue and has some rust. Besdies that, I'm going to add some sticks and put in in the corner of what will be my siting room when the basement is complete!