#ExistinPhotos- New Print Products

Ya'll, I am SO exciting about some new products that I have available for you! I spent months scouring the interwebs, searching for the highest quality, unique, and glamorous products for my clients. So without further ado, here are my *NEW* Heirloom Glass Boxes, with mounted prints.

I absolutely love the delicate glass, encased in gold framing, complete with a sliding tab to keep that lid in place. Inside, you'll find mounted prints, which are your photos, professionally printed and mounted on styrene. This makes them thicker, more durable and protects against warping and creasing. And as always, the finish is in a beautiful METALLIC finish- my favorite!

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Heather & Matt | Hamilton Farm Golf Club Wedding | Gladstone, New Jersey

Heather & Matt | Hamilton Farm Golf Club Wedding | Gladstone, New Jersey

Heather and Matt’s beautiful and elegant summer wedding had accents of sunflowers, peonies and white roses. Hamilton Farm Club in Gladstone, New Jersey provided the perfect backdrop for their wedding day. The ceremony was beautiful and moving. It was, a photographer’s dream.

Pole Fitness Portraits- Marisa

I don't know what to write today- but here are some really awesome pictures of a pole dancer. I really enjoy capturing part of someone's pole journey. Doesn't she make it look so easy? 

Urban Portrait Session in Deep Ellum, Dallas- Julienne

Ever heard of Blogilates and Cassey Ho? Blogilates is a workout channel on YouTube, hosted by Cassey. It is free and it is amazing! Cassey emails you a workout calendar every.single.month to follow along on YouTube so....no excuses! Anyways, Cassey came to Dallas to host a class and book signing! I was so excited to meet her! AND this is where I met Julienne. She is an official POPster and TEACHES POP Pilates at 24 Hour Fitness, on Mockingbird in Dallas, Mondays @ 8 pm. You can also find her as a personal trainer at LA Fitness. AND she teaches PiYo at Brook Hollow Golf Club in Dallas. What an inspirational lady! 

We met up to do a fitness inspired photoshoot at an old warehouse in Deep Ellum, Dallas. It was so much fun and makes me wish I had an old warehouse all to myself 24/7. Julienne was a good sport- we had so many poses and ideas to get through, we were there for almost 3 hours (!). Of course, it helps that there are many yoga poses to choose from and she can nail every single one of them.

Have you ever been inspired to capture your fitness journey? What makes YOU move? And are you guilty of wearing your "Athleisure" clothes everywhere? 'Cuz I am. 

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@julienne.xx  |   @blogilates   |   @poppilatesofficial  |   @popflex_active

Behind the Scenes: Glamour Portrait Session in Lewisville, TX

Behind the Scenes: Glamour Portrait Session in Lewisville, TX

One of the most important things for me to do for my clients during a portrait session is #1: Create photos they love and #2: Have. Fun. Both are equal in importance. 

Glamour Portrait Session- Monica

Glamour Portrait Session- Monica

One of my favorite things about a portrait session is the hair. I love to make what I call "Beyonce hair". Place a fan on the floor and let the wind blow your hair all over the place to create interesting shapes. Playing Beyonce music simultaneously also helps bring out your inner Queen B. It is known.

Glamour Portrait Session: Emily

Glamour Portrait Session: Emily

We had a lot of fun in this session- and that's the goal of all of my portrait sessions. To make sure you laugh and have a good time. It can feel ridiculous and awkward in front of the camera. Holding your arms at weird angles, tilting this way and that, not being sure where to look- I completely understand. How do I look? Are my eyes open? Am I making a weird face?

Salton Sea

Salton Sea

The Salton Sea, a piece of history in the middle of the desert. Chances are, you probably haven't been to the Salton Sea, in the desert of Southern California. The Mexican border is only about an hour away, depending on where you are by the Salton Sea. For reference, we went to Bombay Beach, if you'd like to Google Map it. A brief history: It was created by accident early in the 1900's. In the 50's and 60's, it was supposed to be the next "Riveria" and it boomed. Within a short time, pollution increased and made it's way into the sea, it grew saltier and saltier, and pretty soon, dead fish started piling up on the shores. It's now fairly abandoned, and I was interested in learning and seeing more about this piece of history. It's fairly graphic and grotesque. You have been warned.