Makeup Shoot

This is a follow up to yesterday’s post. If you are a regular blog reader of mine you know that I love to do creative edits to my photographs. I tried not to with the photos yesterday since the focus was on the makeup and I think color is the preferred choice on those. Well…tonight I decided to do a little editing on some of the remaining photos. Enjoy them. I don’t think it will be too much of a challenge for ya! 🙂

Also, If you’ve been awaiting the follow up to Retro Wonder your wait will be over tomorrow!!!

Let’s get down to business…

A very simple b&w conversion on the lovely & photogenic twins…Amanda (L) & Chelsea (R)~

Miss Chelsie…with some faded sepia action and textured water droplets over the top, this is my top pick out of all the photos of Chelsie from the session on Sunday~

The twins and my FAVORITE photo of them two together…mostly b/c of the connection between them instead of with my camera~

Another sweet shot of Chelsea (in color for her mom who adored this shot as it was taken)~

This shot was edited to have high contrast, faded color and burned edges (my style completely). With the bold color of their eyes popping out at you…you can’t help but get drawn in~

Lastly an almost vintage touch with a “high Key” feel to it and big-pretty smiles~

To see more photos from this shoot clicky clicky.

Thursdays are for giving thanks…Give a lot of verbal “thank yous” out today-people will wonder what’s wrong with you…in a GOOD way! 🙂

Thanks for stopping in…

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~ by oneshotbeyond on June 26, 2008.

8 Responses to “Makeup Shoot”

  1. It is great to see where your creative inspiration takes you with your portraits. Wonderful work.

    I wanted to add your blog to my RSS feed but it doesn’t look like you have it set up?

  2. Loved the Chelsea image with the sepia action (etc.) Wonderful treatment!

  3. Nice work Heather. Lighting and post production is way cool.

    Good looking twins!

  4. Heather,

    I love every one of these.

  5. Heather, the processing on these is fantastical!
    I’m so proud of you for the amazing work you did!

  6. Heather these portraits are STUNNING!!! I’ve added a link to your blog on my blog. Great work and thanks for the feed back that you’ve left me.

  7. Heather – my mistake! I didn’t notice the ‘subscribe here’ because it didn’t have the little orange icon. Got it now, I think…

  8. WOW! Thank you all for the wonderful comments.

    Julie…I’m so happy you figured out how to subscribe (let’s hope it works)and I’m flattered you like it enough here to put it on your places to visit! 🙂

    Sue…I love that one too! It reminds me of a Sports Illistrated type shot. I’m super proud of it.

    Crash…Thx I still have lots to learn, but am having fun while doing it!

    Wolf…SWEET! I’m glad!

    Jen…thanks for helping me narrow down which ones to post! 🙂

    Bob…”Heather these portraits are STUNNING!!!” What a gracious compliment. Thank you!

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