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Thoughts for handling stress

Posted by on May 8, 2013 in Photography, Tips |

Thoughts for handling stress

Thoughts for handling stress A great friend forwarded this email to me. I liked it so much that I had to share it with you. If you like it as much as I did, please leave a comment and tell your friends. I share in women’s life celebrations by taking pictures to capture a moment that may never, ever again repeat. It’s not a wedding; it’s so much better than that. For some women, it’s boudoir photography. For others, it’s portrait photography. What are you grateful...

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How to avoid getting raped – a must-read for women

Posted by on Apr 3, 2013 in Photography, Tips |

How to avoid getting raped – a must-read for women

How to avoid getting raped – a must-read for women Ways to prevent a rape Through a Rapist’s Eyes (No Joke) How to prevent a rape Rape Prevention Survive an attack This is important information for females of ALL ages. When this was sent to me, I was told to forward it to my lady friends, but I forwarded it to almost everyone in my address book. My men friends have female friends and this information is too important to miss someone. Please pass it along. A group of rapists and date...

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True story about Women 2.0 obstructing women entrepreneurs

Posted by on Jan 30, 2013 in Photography, Tips |

True story about Women 2.0 obstructing women entrepreneurs

True story about Women 2.0 obstructing women entrepreneurs As a woman running my own business focused almost exclusively on other women, you would think that networking organizations whose charters specifically state that they exist to support women-owned businesses would do just that, support all women-owned businesses. Women 2.0 FAILS to support female entrepreneurs Apparently Women 2.0 speaks with forked tongue. Madeleine Albright famously said, “There is a special place in hell for...

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A rescue dog’s year-long odyssey from fearful to delightful

Posted by on Jan 12, 2013 in Animal photography, Dog Photographers, Dog photography, Maternity Photography, New York City, Pet Photography, Photography, Puppy photographers, Tips |

A rescue dog’s year-long odyssey from fearful to delightful

A rescue dog’s year-long odyssey from fearful to delightful It was a cold day for the South. A gray, overcast sky threatened rain. It was the kind of miserable day that made you long for a crackling fire and mug of steaming hot chocolate. It was not a day to be hungry. Again. It was not a day to be filthy and matted with mud. It was not a day to be lost, alone, running from everything. But that’s how it was for 18-month-old Mazzie until the devoted Animal Haven animal rescue network found...

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What not to wear for a boudoir session

Posted by on Jan 8, 2013 in Beautiful women, Boudoir photography, Boudoir photos, Creative boudoir pictures, Lingerie photos, Luxury Lifestyle, Maternity Photography, New York City, NYC boudoir pictures, Photography, Portraits of People, Sexy boudoir photos, Tips |

What not to wear for a boudoir session

What not to wear for a boudoir session Rule #1 I happen to be an expert in the area of boudoir photography. If you’re doing a boudoir shoot for a man, do not wear red. According to Dr. Beckmann’s survey, a full 50% of male respondents put red at the top of the list of colors they didn’t like. Rule #2 Wear black lingerie. Men love black lingerie on women. I have a theory about this. Seven percent of men are colorblind, which, as I understand it, would make red look gray. Not...

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