Project Photography: Father's Day Mini Toppers. Designed this Father's Day project, staged, photographed, and wrote tutorial blog post. Each project post included several different staged shots with different staging, photography angles, and center focuses to give me more options for Pins for Pinterest.
Project Photography: Company Sponsored Post. Used Echo Park Paper's paper products to design small gift bags, staged, photographed and edited this shot. Because this company was known for their color and design choices, the focus in the staging was to include a dark background to make the colors of the products pop.
Project Photography: Altered Birthday Hats. Designed this project, staged the shot, edited the photo, and wrote tutorial blog post. Again, the use of black helps colors pop. I often shoot with both a black and white background to give me more options for marketing images.
Project Photography: Designed this die cut project, staged, photographed, and edited this shot for a sponsored blog post. The use of photo props helps my photography stand out. If the client, or I personally want some texture or added interest to a photo, I keep several simple props on hand to enhance my photography.
Project Photography: Bokeh Effect. Using a shallow depth of field to draw attention to the project in the front of the image. Designed this project, styled, photographed, and edited this shot. To keep photography interesting and to provide options for my clients, I offer several background and tabletop options. This one features a chalkboard effect in the background and a gray wood tabletop.
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