Showing posts from August, 2013

Every day's too short to let it go to waste...

A beautiful day for a senior portrait session with a multi-talented musician... can't complain. (Click here for a little  mood music .) Inspired? Send us a  message . Tell us your ideas or let us come up with a session theme for you. Not sure yet? Take a moment to browse our  planning and investment guides .

Last Chance for Summer Mini Sessions!

Yep! Just a couple weeks left to sign up for our last round of summer mini sessions on August 25th at Golden Gardens! Register in advance to guarantee your spot. Inspired? We are now offering online registration inquiries!   Go to: .   (Session time is not confirmed until payment is received.)  See you at the Gardens! XoXo Heather  P.S. Free Ballard!  I've always said if I weren't a West Seattle Girl, I'd be a Ballard-ite. ;) 

Choosing a Photographer {my 2nd photo-less post}

       "You don't make a photograph just with a camera. You bring to the act of photography all the pictures you have seen, the books you have read, the music you have heard, the people you have loved.” - Ansel Adams      I recently wrote a blog post about how the camera doesn't make the photographer and a little of my own photographic journey. So who should you choose as your photographer then?  Pick me! Pick me! No seriously though, with so many photographers out there (professional and aspiring alike), how do you know the right one? My personal view is that you should look at potential photographers (get referrals if you can) and then see how they do in these categories: Style:  Which photographer's images are you drawn to? There are many photographic styles out there and you don't need to necessarily understand each one, just that the photographer's images draw you in some way. Also, are those photos relevant to the type of photos you are looking for? F