Don't know what to do with your 8 x 10 photos? Here's an idea for a contemporary photo collage, courtesy of Becky Higgins. Check out her blog post regarding this project... She gives step-by-step instructions on how to set it up!
If you need some photos to add to your collage, and are interested in setting up a summer photo session with me, check out my availability on the right-hand side of this blog and contact me to set up an appointment. Check out my full portfolio at http://www.imagesbyjenphotography.com/ to see if we'd be a good match. I'd love to work with you!
I finally got around to ordering my very first business cards last week! It didn't take me very long to design, and I'm happy with how they turned out. The plan is to switch out the pictures periodically. Who can say no to this face?... :)
Erin and I met in college our freshman year, ten years ago, assigned as roommates by SMSU. The day I received the paperwork stating that she was my new roommate, I remember holding it in my hands and nervously pacing with the phone outside. Before I hung up during that first chat, I concluded our conversation with a very important question--"Erin, are you a freak??" She said no and then followed up with the same question. I enthusiastically responded, "NO, I am totally not a freak!" Luckily, she agreed... and our friendship began from there. She was not the pink-haired, tattooed punk rocker I had nightmares of rooming with. Instead, she was a very patient, loving, and Godly woman who I am proud to call my friend and my sister in Christ.
Erin, her husband, Kody, and her two little boys are moving to Texas this coming week, and although I will miss them dearly, I know that God has amazing plans for them. Seminary is in their future, and they will be preparing the next few years to make the transition to living life overseas as missionaries. Erin was a very huge influence in my spiritual life, and I will always be grateful to her for that. I have no doubt that she and her wonderful family are going to be a light in the lives of the people they come across.
I offered to take some family photos as a going-away gift. My hope is that they will be able to look back and remember this transitional time in their lives as the beginning of something wonderful...
I am a 30-year-old from Springfield, MO. I'm self-taught in photography and post-processing. This blog highlights my passion for photography and the arts... I hope you leave inspired. ~~~~~~~~My Loves... photography. art. music. God. playing piano. singing. playing guitar. making people smile. looking at things from a different perspective. sparkles. making beautiful things. high heels. being productive. friends. asking questions. encouraging others. brazil. my church, River Bluff Fellowship. writing in my journal. holding babies. ~~~~~~