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Great “Pregnant New Yorker” Event November 10

Posted by on Nov 11, 2010 in Pregnancy photography |

Just wanted to thank Janet Markovitz for putting together yet another fantastic event for expecting moms. Seemed like we had about 40 pregnant beauties stop by. I got to stand next to Angela Monti Fox, an LCSW and a specialist in hypnobirthing.

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Pregnant New Yorker Event: Alternative Health Expo

Posted by on Nov 4, 2010 in Pregnancy photography |

Are you pregnant and interested in alternative ways to stay healthy and strong? Join me and these other fine health practitioners for an informative, fun evening.

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Rainboots for the much-needed rain

Posted by on Aug 25, 2010 in Maternity Photographers, Maternity Photography, Pregnancy photography |

I love these! And we need them for today…

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Sexy maternity photography for the athlete

Posted by on Aug 24, 2010 in Maternity Photographers, Maternity Photography, Pregnancy photography, pregnancy photography studios, sexy maternity photography, Sexy pregnancy photography |

Here’s one good reason for staying fit all the way through your pregnancy: you’ll get super hot, sexy maternity photos to last a lifetime. Active, fit women already have great figures, but imagine this. Imagine the long, clean lines accentuating the pregnant belly. Imagine beautiful, elegant draping over your streamlined shape. Imagine feeling strong and light, not heavy and awkward. Here’s a list of other tips on how to get great, sexy maternity photos. Keeping fit before and...

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Things That Make Images Stronger

Posted by on Aug 14, 2010 in Pregnancy photography |

according to John Paul Capnigro Form Simplicity Structured Complexity Gesture Leading Lines Interesting Shape Clean Shape Deliberately Incomplete Shape Clear Figure Ground Relationships Overlapping Planes Strong Recession (leading lines, overlapping planes, figure ground, color) Texture Pattern Structured Fields Minimalist Fields Selective Focus Archetypal or Evocative Proportion Contrast Clean Frame Spaciously Placed from Frame Touching the Frame Cropped by Frame Palette Color...

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