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Summer Nights | Seattle Portrait Photography | Mini Sessions | Evidence Photography and Design

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Happy Summer Solstice! I hope you have great plans for the longest day of 2014. Like many proud Seattle-ites, we’ll be letting our hair down at the Center of the Universe!  I can’t think of a better way to kick off the season of bonfires, festivals, beaches, and camping. 
To celebrate the long days of the season, we are offering a limited number of “Summer Nights” mini sessions at $99 each during the month of August. Each mini session will take place during “golden hour” that last hour of the evening before sunset when Mother Nature graces us with the most stunningly beautiful light for photography.
Summer Nights Mini Sessions30 minute golden hour session (scheduled during the hour before sunset) Limited to the month of August 2014 On location in a Seattle park or beach 10 digital images A private online gallery to share and order prints $99
Mini sessions can be an affordable alternative to our full session experience but cannot accommodate multiple locations or clothing changes. Mini sessi…

One Thousand and One Nights | Evidence Photography & Design | Seattle Child Photographer

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“Is it possible, that by telling these tales, one might indeed save one’s self?”
A beautifully bound edition of Arabian Nights (also know as One Thousand and One Nights) sits on the shelf in our living room. Admiring the cover, our niece asked what the story was about. I explained that a woman was about to be sentenced to death by the Sultan, and told exciting stories to him every night and was able to live a very long time escaping her punishment. Upon being asked if she had any stories she wanted to tell with pictures, she said “Yes” and picked up a pile of leftover peacock feathers from my wedding, a walking stick she took home from Snoqualmie Falls, and a stash of fabrics and ribbon.
“What is your story about?”

“A peacock and a crow.”





















What to Wear | Yellow Color & Style Inspiration | Seattle Portrait Photography

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Trending Hue: Freesia

Ah, yellow! The color of happiness, of light and sunshine. Yellow is a wonderful color to wear in outdoor, buttery natural-light shoots, and looks amazing on camera! Although yellow can be difficult for some to wear because of its tendency to wash out skin tones, patterns with yellow or a single yellow garment in an otherwise neutral palette adds wonders to your images. Adding yellow florals, jewelry, or accents also helps to make your photos go “POP!”. We love yellow!