Monthly Archives: January 2012

Did I mention that I had a natural childbirth at home with Simon?

That’s right! No drugs, no epidurals, no IVs, 100% au naturale.

If you’d like, You can read his birth story by clicking HERE

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“Cleaning and scrubbing can wait till tomorrow

For babies grow up, we’ve learned to our sorrow

So quiet down cobwebs, dust go to sleep

I’m rocking my baby, and babies don’t keep”

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If you are getting married this year, and hire Kate Pease Photography (moi) as your photographer, an option for you  to enjoy your photos is a leather lay flat album. These albums come in a variety of genuine leather covers to suite your taste.  This keepsake album is one that you will cherish and share in the many years to come.

My favorite thing about this album is that the pages are thick, and there is no gutter down the middle of the book. So you can have one big photo spanning two pages.

I think that every couple should have a gorgeous album like this one. I wish my wedding photographer would have offered something like this for Brant and I! (We just have flimsy 4x6s in a TJ Maxx album. :( Live and learn right?…Maybe for my next wedding… JK!)

This album comes in sizes 8×8, 10×10, or 12×12

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Ok, so I know I’ve gotten on my soap box about this topic before, but I came across this post on Pinterest and just had to share!

Please click here to read the full post, and to see the photo comparisons when printed at a professional lab vs Wal-Mart, Costco, Target, etc.

I especially love this quote from the post:

“When clients hire a professional photographer the expectation is they’ll be getting professional images and this goes beyond what we capture. As a professional we should be expected to not only know how to capture a fantastic image, but we are also responsible to make that image is the best it can be. If we’ve done our job, the images we capture will be hung proudly on walls and will be displayed for the world to see. I know when I put my name and reputation on my work I want it to be the best it can be? Whether a small print or a giant canvas, simply put, they help me deliver the best possible product to my clients.”

Screen shot taken from the linked blog post:

 

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