Southwest Decor

© Amy M. Parish

Southwest Decor

Uploaded: July 16, 2006

Description

...and a newborn! Bounced flash off ceiling, and also used gold reflector angled up under the camera. 50mm lens, 800 ISO.

Comments

Susana Ms Heide July 16, 2006

What a unique portrait Amy! I love this new trend where furniture is used as props. You've done it beautifully! I have always admired the way you work with natural light! #485415

Jane Summa July 16, 2006

I agree with Susana 100%! Very unique, Amy...lighting is excellent and so is the title! #3038042

Chastity Abbott July 16, 2006

AN orginal!!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!! I also, am loving the new trend too, where things around the home is being used to hold babies and photo!!! WONDERFUL colors and nice compliment to their home* :o) #3038103

Amy M. Parish July 16, 2006

Thanks! You know, it is a bit of a trend. Honestly, I am not sure how original I feel about it, since I have been seeing quite a bit of this sort of thing around. But, on the other hand, I have been itching to try this out. I tried to give it more of my look, I guess, by the angle and lighting. Anyway, glad you all liked it. You wouldn't believe the beautiful things around this home. The home itself is stunning, and way in the distance behind that baby is some Nambe silver, one of many pieces around the home. This was shot in the grandparents home. #3038144

Chastity Abbott July 16, 2006

You for sure have your "own" style! Which I love!!!!
Don't change a thing you are doing, keep up this brilliant work! #3038183

Elizabeth Beaudoin July 16, 2006

Absolutely beautiful work Amy! #3038234

Tiffani S. LaNeave July 17, 2006

Beautiful image Amy! #3039653

Sharon King July 17, 2006

Wonderful shot Amy! #3039675

Kay E. Mahoney level-classic July 17, 2006

WOW!!!!!!!! Adorable photo. Beautiful baby. I bet they loved it. I can see it blown up really big and hung on the wall. Priceless photo. #3040841

Melissa G. Meiselman July 17, 2006

Very unique and original image..just beautiful, Amy!!! #3040851

Terry L. Ellis level-classic July 17, 2006

Very inspiring and beautiful image, Amy! Too adorable and sophisticated at the same time. #3040890

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