Monday, November 2, 2009

New Shop Photos

Good evening friends...it is 11:04 pm and I just got home from a quick trip to New York. I took many of my listings in my Etsy shop home for my niece to model. I am trying to improve my photography. I think my new photos came out great. Kelly is such a natural at the modeling thing, I hardly have to give her any direction at all. She makes it all look so easy. Her mom Cecelia is the photographer and she too is very good with a camera. Here are a few of the pic's from our 'session'. Enjoy!














So what do you think...does she do my creations justice?? I think so..I love my new photos. Until next time, be kind and stay creative.

10 comments:

COUNTRY MOM said...

Janet, Loved all the photos. Loved all the great items you have made too !!! Thanks for sharing.

Tweed Delights said...

Fantastic shots Janet! So professional and your niece does a great job of modelling your lovely pieces! The colours look great too :)

AmoreBride said...

Your photos are gorgeous and I love the fingerless gloves! Awesome couture work!
Michele

~mel said...

Very nice work that you do ... and to have your own studio to do it in ~ and to be able to work at home at leisure ~ fantastic! You're inspiring ~ makes me want to rethink what I'm doing with my time now that we closed our bait shop and I'm once again unemployed.

haptree said...

Wow your lucky to have such a beautiful model!

I stopped by to tell you i just passed on the 'kreativ blogger' award to you :o)

You can collect it at my blog here

quiltcat said...

Great photos! Your beautiful niece really shows your Etsy items off to great advantage!

NaturallyComfy said...

What a gorgeous model. The pictures look great. And I love your scarves.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

My goodness. Sign that gorgeous girl up as a model!! Vogue worthy! And such lovely knitted creations to model!

Dar said...

Wow, didn't you hit a spot for me...I have been dying to get back to my crafts and scrapbooking, the real scrapbooking with fabrics, lace, buttons, ribbons and yarns, oh my. Your latest scarf, the one you wish to keep, is awesome...So fortunate you are to be so creative. Will surely continue to visit your lovely and inspiring site.

The lovely homes that grace your hometown are extreme beauties...love all the brick used there...

Blessings Be Yours...

Abreaka Studios said...

ooo! great shots!! :)