Biweekly Review – April 12, 2016

April 12, 2016

Good morning!

April showers bring May flowers, right?!  That is what my littlest keeps reminding me when I get frustrated about the rain.  I hope that you are having a sunny Tuesday where you are!

This week’s theme is “my muse”. Post 1-2 images on our Facebook page by Friday for a chance to be featured on Sunday in the Top 10!

I hope that you have a fabulous week!

xo
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Weekly Favorite Spotlight

Such a carefree imaged shared this week by Maria Griner Photography!  Keep sharing your Weekly Favorite’s with us on Monday’s!

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On the Blog

BEYOND JUST SKIES…TIPS FOR CREATING IMPACTFUL SILHOUETTES

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INTERVIEW WITH AMBER CARBO PRIVIZZINI

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PRESETS FROM PHOTO: ART BY JESSICA

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NIKKOR 50MM 1.8D | A LOW COST HIGH QUALITY LENS

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The Light Inspired Tool Box

Have you checked out our line up of currently offered E-books? We have some great tools for your photography!!

From Pixels to Profit with The Wild Child Photography

Taking Stock: A Photographer’s Guide to Microstock Photography with Chasing Moments Photography

Videography:101 with Stacey Petersen Photography

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RetreatFun2015-12-bw Website | Facebook | Google+ Sally Sosler is a natural light lifestyle photographer located in Orange County, New York. She is a wife and a mother to a fun-loving 7-year-old boy, a sweet 5-year-old girl, and one fur baby, a 11-year-old Siberian cat named Blitz. Sally enjoys documenting those endearing and intimate moments for her family as well as for her clients. Sally specializes in maternity, newborn, children, and family photography. In her free time, you will find Sally volunteering in her children’s classrooms as well as perusing organizing blogs and Real Simple.

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