Friday, November 29, 2013
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
I just bought the Lightroom presets Replichrome from Totally Rad Website.
Replichrome combines systematic research with cutting-edge image science, to give you the most faithful film emulation available in Lightroom
These are my first experiments. The two photos middle are Trinity Church in Copley Square. One of my favorite buildings.
I am hoping everyone has a great Thanksgiving
Monday, November 25, 2013
Saturday, November 23, 2013
Neiman Marcus window near Copley Plaza. Love the Holiday lights with some very fun fashion.
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Every holiday season I take out my tiny toys and dress them up with santa hats or whatever the holiday is happens to be. The kitties like to help, much to my chagrin. I went with a Dino for one of the subjects this year. Pretty cute.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Monday, November 18, 2013
Saturday, November 16, 2013
|The Patterned Peacock|
Cristina Hurley Gallery Window
|The Intuitive Garden|
Prunella's Workshop workshop
Yesterday, Mom and I stopped by the Cristina Hurley Gallery to attend the Meet the Artist Series and 1 Year anniversary party at the Cristina Hurley Gallery in Canton, MA. I am so proud of Cristina and her first year in new location in Canton Center.
The Meet the Artist Series was also very fun. The feature was The Patterned peacock. Dana Garczewski, the artist is a fellow designer and has recently gone full time with her art. Find out about Dana here. I love her patterns and color choices. They are fresh and bright.
The Cristina Hurley Gallery carries her own unique jewelry but also other artists work for the holidays. Including my own work, Prunella's Workshop, Lisa Walker Pottery, The Intuitive Garden, Avery Lucas and more....
I decided to shop handmade and locally as much as I can. Along with the Dedham Guild , I have lots of art and handmade artisan goods to choose from.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
The Old Village Cemetery in Dedham. In 1638 land was given to Dedham to expand the area to bury it's dead. It is a unique place and has many revolutionary war veterans buried here. It sits on about one acre of land but it is chock full of photographing opportunities.
What is your favorite spot to hang out or photograph?