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Easter Sunday Snapshots

Easter is this Sunday and there will be lots of snapshots fired, so here are some tips to get the best pictures from your camera and phone.

iPhone or the other guy – for indoor pictures always face your kiddos toward a window or door. If not possible toward any light source is better than light behind. Go ahead try it – take one with the light in the background and one with light behind camera and see the difference.

With any camera always zoom in or get close; every pic doesn’t need your whole room in the background. Remove clutter from the background too.

Get down on your child’s level; I always kneel or put them up on a table.

Lets go outside – outside in bright light is always better, so if you can step out go for it. Find a dark background in the shade. I have a row of red tip bushes I always take snapshots in front of – looks professionally lit most of the time. Getting in the shade does two things – one the kids are not squinting and two there is no splotchy or half light.

Follow these tips and you will have some pretty Easter snapshots. Have a wonderful holiday.

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Red Hawks take 3rd Championship

Our very own Nemo Vista Lady Red Hawks took home their 3rd consecutive state championship on Friday. Wow what a story to tell for these girls. We are very proud of you, your coaches, school and fans – congratulations.

I had the pleasure of photographing 3 of the player, Jacie, Chase and Kristen and look forward to having Amber as a 2017 senior rep.

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Unique Little Easter Basket Goodies

As we gear up for Easter Limited Edition sessions, I’m thinking of Easter Baskets and trying to come up with goodies for my kids who don’t like candy that much and don’t need toys. I made a list of some things they do need that I might normally just buy, but may be great from the Easter Bunny. Let me know if you have more ideas.

  • umbrella
  • rain boots
  • swim suit
  • beach ball or swim toys
  • smores supplies
  • gum
  • bug catcher and cage
  • frisbee
  • crayons
  • socks
  • tooth brush and paste
  • hair brush
  • bath soap
  • bath water color tablets
  • movie tickets
  • popcorn
  • favorite drink
  • cookie cutters and sprinkles
  • water gun
  • garden tools
  • sunglasses
  • washi tape
  • Jamberries or nail polish
  • kids Scentsy scents
  • baseball glove (if needed anyway)
  • baseballs
  • golf tees or balls
  • drinking cup
  • chapstick / makeup
  • oranges (my kids love cuties)

There you go plenty of ideas that kids may really need instead of the candy and bubbles and all that lovely stuff that gets thrown away anyway.

Incase you missed it, I still have 2 openings for our Easter Limited Edition sessions March 16th. There is no session fee! Especially everyone who has the new lovely Matilda Jane clothing coming – you must have some professional pictures made. Call 501-354-7974.

 

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Studio Celebrates 10 years

We celebrated 10 years of business on Friday (March 4th) with a fashion show featuring Matilda Jane Clothing. The models for the fashion show included girls who had been photographed by Kimberly most of their lives. Among the models was Ella Fisher, age 10, the first newborn Kimberly ever photographed. Other models included Cora Ledbetter, Reese Tipton, Lilly Hill, Loralai McNabb, Adalyne Kitchens, Dylan Ramsey, Jewell Charton, Abby Charton, Maddix Johnson, Ava Caudell, Finlee Voss, and Carlie Garrett. These girls walked the runway wearing the 2016 Spring line Happy and Free provided by Matilda Jane Trunk Keeper Heather Ramsey. Makeup artists from Merle Norman were onsite to give the models a touch of fun, as well as hairstylists from Studio 114. Refreshments included springtime cupcakes from Piece-a-cake, punch, fruit, crackers, cheese and champagne. A lemonade stand was hosted by Layne McNabb, Layton McNabb, Levi Ledbetter and Zoey Davidson.

Our studio began business in St. Vincent in 2006 and moved to downtown Morriton in 2011. The boutique studio specializes in babies, children and high school seniors.

See more of the fun we had in our you tube video