Tag Archives: Theresa Johnson Photography
“Taylor’s Flower”: an expression of peace in an otherwise, jumbled….frazzled….stressful existence. While at the park the other day, Taylor saw this flower and picked it… saying she thought it was very pretty and “special”. She carried it for the two … Continue reading
“The best thing one can do when it’s raining is to let it rain.” ~ Henry Wadsworth Longfellow _______________________________________________
Well… okay… sometimes it isn’t… but still being in the “starving artist” phase of my photography, MOST of what glitters around here is faux. The challenge for me as a photographer, is to make WHATEVER I’m photographing appear as fabulous … Continue reading
I recently decided to continue a focus on “tabletop” composition which combines challenging elements such as varying wood tones with glass elements, and needed to borrow a small, wooden cutting board. So I asked the people I’m staying with if … Continue reading
Working with extremes in portraiture lighting: I arrived at this version. If one adheres to conventional, classic portraiture techniques; I presume I’ve broken more than a few “rules” or “guidelines” in this one photo. But for me, an effective photo … Continue reading
Photographing glassware is tricky enough… but I added pretty, “faux”, sparklies to up the ante!
Love n Life Studios. It’s slow-going but I’m growing! Just started the Facebook presence dedicated to the photography, news, updates etc. for Love-N-Life Studios. It’ll take a few days to get the site populated with photos but help a small … Continue reading