October 4, 2009

My Favorite Things Week at I Heart Faces

Some of my very favorite things: the beach, m'boy, and beautiful flare...

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More people's lovely favorite things can be found this week at I Heart Faces. Just click on the button below...



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Orange County Children's Photographer

16 comments:

Rosina said...

Susan, you are so good in capturing flares. At the perfect timing, as well. I can't figure out what beach that is--somewhere in the south Orange County area? The harbor looks so nice!

MarshaMarshaMarsha said...

Gorgeous pictures! I love the flare, the sand, the smiles and the clarity. Very well done!

Yelena R. said...

Gorgeous shots! I just love the flares :)

Natalie said...

Fantastic photos. Thanks for sharing. Love the flare too!

Life with Kaishon said...

I always enjoy your entries. This is very sweet : )

JUST ME, THE MOM said...

I also love the flare - I soooo admire your talent. What a great resource, I'll be back soon!

Kristin

Drew said...

Okay, your beautiful pictures are making me feel guilty for plucking random photos off the internet for my post. :)

Ali said...

Love the flare! Your boy is a cutie! Nice post.

Tatter Scoops said...

WOW excellent shots! Totally LOVE them and yes your son is a handsome lil' man :)

Annette said...

I often visit your blog and come away better, having learned something or inspired to try something new. Lovely.

Becca said...

What a beautiful post! Seriously gorgeous pictures!

Scott said...

Hi Susan. Just wanted to let you know I love checking your site each week to see what you guys have been up to and how the family is.

Love your photos!

puna said...

Beautiful Susan! Just beautiful! I so love your work. I'm dying to know how you do the drop shadow on your mosaic. I think I can do it but it's so time consuming. Do you have (sell) an easier way?

SKELLER said...

Puna -
I make all my collages with Fotofusion (Lumapix) software, and it adds it in automatically. Super simple.
That said, you can achieve the same thing in Photoshop. Put the picture on a canvas. Double click on the eyeball on the layer next to your photo. On the window that opens, just click on stroke (to add a line around your photo. or not) and click on drop shadow.
OR ... alternatively, if you compose your blog post with Windows Live Writer, they offer drop shadows as an easy-to-choose option.

Adrienne in Ohio said...

Beautiful group of photos. I love the sun flares as well.

Lorena said...

Beautiful photos and favorites! =)