Monday, August 03, 2009

Love Affair Workshop photo shoot pics

On Wednesday of the Love Affair workshop, we were sent out in groups of 4 with fabulous models (thanks to Brandi Howard and her design team!). Here are some of my favorites . . .

I learned so much! And met some incredibly talented women.









11 comments:

Stacey said...

nice work mandy bee :) You will have to give me some pointers!

Stacey

The Grout Family said...

Love the pics mandy! they look awesome!

Kevin and Keri Sheckler said...

Great pics, Mandy!
What a fabulous talent.
Keep posting and post more of your adorable little boy.:)

Jen said...

My favorite pic is the blue house background pic . . . so fun and yet shows off the bride/model stunningly. I want to win the photo contest!!

Nicoleigh said...

Hmm. I'm liking the blue house one as well as the red. Now if the house was red, that would win my vote hands-down. But those shoes...just awesome. :)

Sarah Meyer said...

Mandy! These are wonderful shots! I'm really captured by the top photo- I think the title "Love Affair" fits it well because it leaves you wondering what kind of love affair it really is... Very mysterious. And it's almost like the entrance is forbidden- much like a love affair could be. It's just really thought provoking. I like it. :)

Kelly Fischer said...

I like the photo with the blue house. The colors are so VIBRANT!

The Grout Family said...

my favorite pic is the one where she is inside the restaurant and you are outside! i love the 'thinking outside the box' pics!

Anonymous said...

I like the black and white photo because of the layers of images that you can see.

Dawn Graber

kristy & ryan said...

Awesome job, Mandy! They all look great. I like the blue house one, too. She looks so happy! And I really like the first pic. Any groom would be happy to have a pic of his bride looking like that. Muy caliete! ;) Oh, and those shoes...amazing!

Mindy said...

I like the stunning blue background with the wonderful pane windows. I'd say something useful like "the model really seemed to open up to the scene" but then I know nothing of photography. All my pictures are with the camera at a direct angle with the subject in the center. :)