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Favorite Images From Providence GTG

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I had such a blast playing with other photographers in Providence the other day. Just watching people work and think was so much fun. As my friend Dave shouted out in the middle of the day “This is better than Disney World!!”. Here are a few of my favorites.

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Be Bold

I read a quote attributed to Goethe yesterday that made me think what a perfect outlook to start the new year! “The moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves as well. All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred. A stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen accidents, meetings and material assistance that no one could have dreamed would come their way. Whatever you can do or dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Begin it now.” – Goethe I intend to go into the new year being bold!

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It’s So Pretty!!

Check out my new MacBook Pro! The last few months not just one, but both of my computers died – so sad, so painful. For a variety of reason I decided to go with the MacBook. My old computers were 4+ years old so no matter what I went with it would be amazingly faster than what I had. The set up process was painful – only in that neither of the old computers turn on – so I had to manually transfer everything from the backup drive – thank goodness for the backup drive!! I’ve also got a swank new external monitor for the big retouching work. Only problem is I think my new computer is sexier than me!

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It’s That Time of Year – Christmas Cards!

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I’m so excited to share this design! I’m so loving the possibilities of trifold cards. It was so much fun to shoot and it is the boys to a T!

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Storyboards!

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I’ve fallen off the blogging wagon again I know – but I’ve been working on some really great projects. A client of mine gave me a challenge – come up with a storyboard (collage) of all the photo shoots we’ve done. Here’s why it was a challenge – the majority was on film and black and white. I had to mull it over for a little while – but I love the finished version. They are 3 20×24 standouts (images mounted on 3/4 board ready to hang) – one for each of the boys and one of them together. Your going to get tired of seeing these boys – but I can’t wait to show off the Christmas card we came up with this year – coming up next!

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