I love storyboards and so do my clients. This is one my favorites with newborn photos, though I have quite a few designs! I just ordered this storyboard to have as a sample for myself because I loved it so much!
Look at this sweet little man with his handsome daddy and beautiful mommy. Dads hands are quite large honestly and baby¬†looks so small, I love the juxtaposition of the two! I will say, that the little man has big feet, so I imagine he will be tall like dad when it’s all said and done. ūüôā
Here is another storyboard version with lighter images. I love newborn smirks and usually this means something is coming out the opposite end…ha ha. What a sweet little angel of a baby, he was picture perfect! Thank you for allowing me to capture your growing family and inviting me into your home!
Kristie
www.turningleafphotography.com

Wow! Happy 2/1/11! I can’t believe it’s February! That means we are one month closer to SPRING! yay!!
With Valentines Day in the hump of the month, this is the perfect time to blog about this fantastic lady I photographed in January…her name is Linda Couch. She first contacted me last October 2010 regarding portraits so that when the media swarms her with requests she would be ready with pictures she loved, alas things just didn’t¬†get around to happening and then the holidays. But, we finally hooked up! I’m so glad we did and we had great weather to boot {no boot pun intended}!!

Let me tell you, this is one busy person!

¬†Please set your DVR’s for Thursday, 2/2/11 on WSB with Brenda Woods who has an airing of an interview with Linda that evening.¬†Then, talk about celebrity locals hitting it BIG???? Linda will also be¬†in NEW YORK and on the TODAY show with Kathi Lee this Friday, 2/3/11.
Talk about exciting!!! I am SO excited for her!!
¬†Linda’s story is amazing~seriously…read her own words and see her video at the links below!!! Not only has she had a heart transplant, she also had a double hip transplant. Look at this¬†lady wearing heels I would never even consider buying!!¬†She most certainly is a perfect candidate to reach women for the American Heart Association with her wonderful personality and story. I’m so happy to have met her!
 You can read more about Linda Couch here:

 

Kristie
www.turningleafphotography.com

Hi Blogger! Long time no see! I actually made this post quite awhile ago and Blogger gave me a really hard time posting it, so here it is finally posted….! I’ve been busy the past few weeks and hope to be back on blogger in a more regular pattern! I’ve missed you blogger!
I love getting out and taking pictures in my yard, these are from earlier this summer. This year I have a BEAUTIFUL purple hydrangea…I didn’t do anything special to make it this color, but it’s so pretty! I have some pretty blue ones also…
I’m not sure what these are called..!! Anyone?
This year I planted tomatos and cucumbers in a little raised garden. I’ve been fighting some little munchkins though. These little grape tomatoes are in a pot…they’ve been eaten now (by us and other munchkins)! But I love the size and colors, how they lined up and ripened like they did! I love tomato!!!
I have a slight passion for coneflowers. This year my purple cone flowers aren’t in masses like they were last year, but thanks to the gold finches, they have spread nicely and naturally through my flower garden. This year I added white and two varieties of pink (which I haven’t gotten pictures of yet…maybe next year!).
The elusive butterfly…er moth. I actually was in search of a beautiful butterfly and they proved to be rather elusive. So instead I captured a bee on my lambs ear and a moth on my butterfly bush. I’ve since seen some butterflies, yellow and black and black with blue on my bush (which is like a tree rather) and of course I didn’t have my camera with me! By the way, if you ever want any lambs ear, like seen below…I have TONS. Let me know!
{here is a zoom of the original picture, in case you missed it….}
Kristie
www.turningleafphotography.com

behind1behind2senior behind the scenes portrait session
I had an AWESOME time with Megan at her senior portrait session.  Megan enjoys cheerleading and iceskating. We had so much fun with model style poses and had some back up help from her aunt who was a model! Senior Portraits should be fun. Sure, I understand wanting and having a couple of pictures from your school yearbook/graduation picture, but they say who you are? Do they show who you are in your senior year? Absolutely not! So buy a couple of those senior pictures you had done at school or by a photographer with a fake background and the drape, etc and then come to me and have some real portraits taken. I will help you plan the perfect senior portrait session-that screams everything about who you are and your personality will shine through!
Stay tuned for more from my senior portrait reps. Contact me for senior portraits~!!
Senior Portrait Photography, Georgia, Canton Georgia, Holly Springs Georgia, Roswell Georgia, Alpharetta Georgia, Kennesaw Georgia, Acworth Georgia, Marietta Georgia, Atlanta Georgia.
Kristie
www.turningleafphotography.com

I’m not a huge fan of stuffed animals in photography, but there are ways to make them work…especially if a client requests for an item to be used!! ūüôā Ever since this little guy I’ve had more requests than usual! I know babies receive stuffed animals and lovies when they are born to decorate the nursery¬†and to fall in love with when they are older, so I’m more than happy to oblige! This little guy was so precious…I was more than happy to capture his little smirk there if you look closely. I always wonder what babies are thinking about when they do that….I try to capture them at all my sessions because they really show the personality coming out at an early age. Dream on little one….

Kristie
www.turningleafphotography.com
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