Although days like today severely diminish my convictions, I do believe that Spring is coming. It’s been a busy winter here. I kept waiting to catch up with myself. My IT jobs were busy at times then taxes took me wayyyy too long (I WILL be better organized next year but that’s another story), and life as a mother to three is usually never too slow. I wanted to focus a lot of my photography business. My to-do list is a mile long. I love checking into new products both for clients and for myself (enter better tax tracking software that I purchased!). I’ve been organizing my hard drive and moving files to a NAS drive. Go ahead and ask me if you have a techie question and maybe I can help! I’ve also taken some on-line workshops to improve many aspects of my business. One workshop was ReStart with Jasmine Star and it was amazing and inspirational. I became involved in an off-shoot project headed up by Sharina Wunderink. She explains the Exhibit Project in this blog post. Basically a group of 36 photographers will post on the 12th of every month. Yes, I’m starting to work on mine on the 11th! Hey, better than the 21st, right! We will follow monthly themes and share stories and inspirations, as we like to do best, through photography. Although, I must say that in speaking and writing I do get to use my native sarcasm more so I’ve gotta have that too. Guess that’s why I like to blog!
The first theme is Beginnings. We haven’t seen much of the beginnings of Spring here in Michigan. Ok, I do have crocuses but that is about it! Bring on the forsythia and red buds! So if I can’t showcase a glorious Michigan Spring, then my next thought was coffee! It’s one of my first thoughts each day. I decided to showcase a more powerful Beginning and share some newborn images. I love these sessions I think it’s time for some more sessions like this!
Jeanine, that sounds so wonderful and exciting! I love your images for the theme of beginnings! Can’t wait to see what your theme is for next month 🙂 You will have to tell me more about the Restart, that is one workshop I didn’t have a chance to attend!
so sweet 🙂
love your attention to detail! Such beautiful work!
You are a great newborn photographer!! Love these!