Saturday, June 21, 2008
Each year the Australian Breast feeding Association (ABA) puts out a call for photographers to enter photos for their calendar. So I sent in a few photos to them, and I recieved an email last night letting me know that this photo has been accepted. I am stoked....sooooo excited. This is a high profile association and the calendar is of a very high standard too.
So once again little Jackson will be featured in a calendar....he is my muse...lol. If I want to try out a photo idea I just call Bec. It seems to be working for me so far.
I will let you know when they are available.
Posted by Natalie at 2:07 PM
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
the day I met this lovely family up the mountain for a photo session. The two little girls, who by the way are the same age as my two youngest, were such troopers. It was blowing a gale almost...well it certainly felt like it...lol, and it was about 14 degrees. They were full of smiles and the littlest one had the cheekiest smile I have seen on a little girl, she even sang Bob the Builder to me. The eldest took a little time to warm to me but was happy to her face on the back of the camera when I showed her, by the end of the session she had well and truly come out of her shell. Oh and mum is pregnant with number 3 due in about 6 weeks. She looked absolutely fabulous...oh how I wished I looked that good that late in my pregnancies.
Enjoy your preview Caroline and Rodney.
Posted by Natalie at 10:24 PM
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
My new website is finally live. There are still a few thinsg to fix but until the other computer is connected to the net I can't, hopfully this week.
The great thing about the new website is it has a proofing section for your slideshows. All you need to do now to see them is go the the your photos page and type in a password that I will send you....Sooooooo easy!!!
There is a change in the pricing structure....don't worry nothing major I have just added a few things to your options. Hmmm that may make it harder for you to decide...lol. Sorry.
Anyway I hope you enjoy having a look around and spotting the familiar faces.
Posted by Natalie at 9:26 AM