Oh....hello there! Who knew I would write a post about being Blogalicious and then turn around and not blog for a month. Does that make me a Bloga-failure? Possibly.
But let me tell you what's been going on...I think you'll understand. Or rather, I'll show you real quick:
My photography business has really taken off. Check out this sweet family I shot earilier this month:
Can you believe there are two baby boys in that cute-as-a-button tummy?
Last weekend, one of my best girlfriends got married. I was the maid-of-honor and in true MOH fashion, I planned one heckuva bachelorette party. Here are a few pictures of the party and the wedding!
|Keri + Dustin|
|Me and the Bride-to-Be|
|All the girls at dinner|
|Wedding Day!! Me and the Bride!!|
|Dancing...HA!!!! My face cracks me up.|
|We did it!! 9-22-12!|
I had a thought the other day (since lately all I do is think about and dream about taking pictures) regarding the importance of Framing. When you take a picture, a good photographer knows how to frame the subject so that the subject doesn't get lost in the picture.
A good photographer will look through the lens of the camera, cut out anything that is not relevant to the subject and focus on what's really important. There could be fifteen kids singing at a birthday party, but he's focused on the birthday girl. There could be 50,000 screaming fans at a concert but he is focused on the singer. There could be an entire room of people watching the bride and groom cut the cake but he is focused on the couple.
I think that, for me, my life is like that. There are a lot of moving parts right now but I have got to learn to block all that out and focus on Him. I need to look through my lens, frame my subject and take the shot that is most important. The rest of the stuff in the background is just fluff.