Friday, April 24, 2009

Opinions welcome.


I've been doing a little photography and just love it. I've made a "business card" which isn't really a card, it's an 8x10 photomontage of some different things I've done. Tell me what you think. I'm thinking of switching out one of Lance & Lindsay's wedding photos with another from an outdoor wedding I shot last June. I have another outdoor wedding this coming June, it should be so much fun!

Let me have it, I'd love to have your opinions and suggestions.

Oh, and one more thing, even though I don't have the photos off my camera and onto the computer, my baby registered for Kindergarten yesterday! I can't believe he will be in "big school" soon! He sailed through the Kindergarten readiness tests, thanks Mrs. Nikki, Mrs. Jamie, and Mrs. Kim, you've been great preschool teachers. Sigh, my baby is growing up.

5 comments:

Erika said...

I love, love, love the photo 'business card'. Will you have your information on the back with prices and such?? Or will this just be the example of your photos?? I love this idea of the college, I think it shows the wide variety of your talent spectrum!! Way to go!! I hope your business flourishes!!

Sher said...

What a great spread of pics! If you don't switch out one of the indoor wedding pics, I would shift the bottom one to the opposite side. And the only thing I see that is a little off is the photo in the bottom right corner--for some reason it is blurry while all the others are perfectly crisp. Overall, a beautiful job! And yes, kids grow too fast!

mosey said...

I think it's beautiful, my only thought would be to switch out the bottom left picture for your outdoor wedding picture to give a wider variety of your work on your spread...

Kimberkv said...

That is awesome! I think an outside wedding pic would be good though.

Kindergarten! Mine will be a Senior!!! :(

Kimberkv said...

Hi, me again. I just read your comment about the lilac bush. Great save!!! i'm sure it will be very happy. We pulled a bunch of runners off of one of mine and planted them around the yard last fall, no special care, dirt or much watering and they are growing great! Can't wait to hear what color they are.