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The Jen Weaver Photography blog is a place where I share my photographic journey. I post my favorites photos as well as other pieces of information I learn along the way to share wtih others. Whenever possible I share my set-up so that others may benefi



Updated: 2014-10-03T00:19:58.229-04:00

 



BLOG AND WEBSITE NAME CHANGE

2008-09-28T19:18:32.528-04:00

JEN'S NEW BLOG
PLEASE MAKE A NOTE!


My business name, business website name, and blog name have changed.

New blog: blog.jenrinaldiphotography.com
New website: www.jenrinaldiphotography.com


PLEASE UPDATE YOUR BOOKMARKS AND ANY LINKS ON YOUR BLOGS TO MY NEW WEBSITE & BLOG!


*The old www.jenweaverphotography.com will still work but it will direct you to my new website www.jenrinaldiphotography.com


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I like this....

2008-06-11T00:01:02.766-04:00

Yes, I meant to do this!

I know they are headless..but I just like it... and I especially like it with texture!

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Awwwwwwwwwwwww

2008-06-10T00:30:08.071-04:00

That's the only title I could think of for this blog post. When I look at this cute little face and those amazing blue eyes I can only say "Awwwwwwwwwww!"

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This little guy is my grammar school friend Nicole's baby. I took him at 2 months old (Christmas photos) and I wanted to take him again for his 8 month portraits.

I drove to meet them at Villanova University yesterday even though it was about 100 degrees. We desperately tried to find all the shady spots and I ended up getting so many great photo ops of baby and baby & mom.

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Even grandma got in a couple shots and I'm so pleased how the 50mm lens performed for all of the shots!


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There were so many that I love but I'm still editing them slightly and I may share more soon.


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Breakfast....Ummm...No...Dinner at Tiffanys

2009-09-20T20:47:11.969-04:00

Tonight I spent the evening at my best girl Tiffany's house with her and her friend Meleah.It's always a great time at Tiff's. I had to photo-document the occasion because I had my camera with me (did you expect anything else from me?).Tiffany cooked us cheeseburgers which we had to enjoy on white bread...no rolls! They were delicious!Meleah's son:It was about 100 degrees today! HOT AS HECK! So after burgers the boys played in the pool...One of Tiffany's son's Dominick:Justin spraying Dom in the photo above:And then fanny made me a nice cold drink.Hmmmmm...where is the recipe?How many cups??All the ingredients so artfully displayed..What a fancy lemon squeezer thingy!The final result of all of her hard work!After dinner Tiffany figured out how to take a photo with my camera. I had to tell her to hold the camera like she's not scared to death of it and put your eye up to the viewfinder to take the photo!Somewhere in between all the fun Tiffany ran out to the store and got a flat...and didn't have her phone to call us...she got home okay...and didn't let it ruin the night. Of course I had to take a photo.I love Meleah's t-shirt!Self-timer time!Back up in Tiffany's room later Meleah and her MacThanks Meleah and Tiff for a great night with some good company!www.jenweaverphotography.com[...]



L-O-V-E

2008-06-07T01:50:34.355-04:00

Couldn't resist sharing these beautiful moments before I went to bed:

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Ummmm...Yeah...I Have Too Much Stuff!

2008-06-10T23:50:25.363-04:00

I got my new rolling suitcase for all of my photography equipment today. And shortly after filling the bag to it's capacity...I realized....I have too much STUFF!

LOOK AT THIS SUITCASE! It's full! If I buy anything else I will have to start hauling my equipment on a donkey cart (as my pal George from the UK said).

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And that's not the end of the equipment...yes, there is more! It's taken over the corner of this room. How many backpacks, cases, or bags does one girl need (apparently many!). The backpacks shown are not full but they do serve various purposes (depending up where & what I'm doing) so I have deemed them all necessary.

The tall bags in the back hold my backdrop "stuff" and my lighting/tripod "stuff" (all necessary as well).


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Honestly, what you see here is very organized (organized being my middle name and all). I've actually helped myself tremendously to bring my traveling circus down to the rolling suitcase and 2 long bags (and a step stool sometimes) so this should make "on-location" photography a bit easier to handle all of the equipment. Thank goodness for "crossover" vehicles!!

I guess I can't buy anymore equipment unless I find more room for it..."hey wait! didn't that one bag have a little room left??" *giggles*


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Sunday's B&H Adventure

2008-06-11T00:06:45.115-04:00

Sunday I drove into New York City and visited B&H Photo NYC Superstore. If you don't know it - it's the photographer's toy store!I always go on Sundays and for this visit I made sure I got there early because I wanted to ensure I had a parking spot in their parking lot. It's small with hardly any spots so I always get there at least a half hour before they open so that I get one. They guy said to me "1 hour limit and $100 minimum." I laughed at both comments. I knew I would never be an hour...not in this place! And I knew I was spending WAY MORE than $100.00! It worked out just fine.The first thing I had to do was return a couple items from a previous shipment and I hung out on the sidewalk by the door while I waited for them to open at 10:00am on the dot.After I was done I headed in. They have a ton of greeters at the door welcoming you like crazy. (I'm sure they like to make you feel special so you'll spend the big bucks! *giggle* Well they got me - because I emptied my bank account! I need to take up a cheaper hobby...this one is EXPENSIVE!If you've ever been to Atlantic City or Vegas (or any casino for that matter) you may feel a very similar feeling when you're at B&H. Once you walk in you're in a wonderland where time stands still and you have no idea how long you've been wandering around the store. I always feel that way in A.C. (where you're not sure if it's an hour or 10 hours that you've been there!)This time for me was even stranger because I made my familiar right turn and ended up in unfamiliar territory! Oh my goodness! They rearranged the entire superstore! I was LOST and unfamiliar in a normally familiar place! LOL! Such a tragedy! *giggling* I walked around aimlessly on the first floor looking for the Nikon station. After reading all the signs and aimlessly wandering the floors I realized I had to go all the way upstairs and around the bend to find the "pros."Nikon is the first one you hit and there I found my favorite Nikon rep, "Gerry." He was talking to a soldier so I patiently waited to speak to him once they were done. I had my "list" (you always need your list or you will soon be overwhelmed) and you also need a plan of action in massive place like this (So I'm organized! Now don't laugh at me!) If I didn't want to spend 5 hours there (and not get reprimanded by the parking attendant...kidding) I had to have a list and plan of action (I was also meeting my friend Lee for lunch afterwards so I needed to move fast for that too).I discussed a number of kinds of things with Gerry - from wide angle lenses, to battery packs, to backdrops, to carrying bags. I always enjoy talking to him because he's so helpful and honest. After I left Gerry I went on my journey around "wonderland." I started with the the wide angle lens I wanted. Gerry and the rep behind the counter both convinced me to go with the TOKINA 12-24mm (I hope I made the right decision). I tested it for a few shots while I was in the store...not sure what these test shots really even told me but I took them anyway LOL.I decided to go with the Tokina based on my forum friend and the 2 reps from B&H's recommendation. I haven't taken anything with it and I got it yesterday (I know...surprising...but I just wasn't in the mood today).After I ordered the lens I headed over to the "bag" section and ordered a Pelican rolling suitcase for photo jobs. It looks like carry-on luggage and has wheels and a detachable laptop piece which is an added bonus (I hope I like it when I get it). I'm so paranoid about bags because they never seem to totally satisfy me. I'm already up to 4 different camera type bags of varying sizes. The worst part about the amount of time I spent picking out a bag was the fact that the rep mistakenly didn't add it to the order properly and I never got it with my order yesterday. It was a blessing in disguise because I didn't go with[...]



JuJu

2008-06-11T10:19:31.481-04:00

More from Erin & Noel's wedding.

Lil "JuJu" is so super cute. I had to give him his own blog post.

Such a little man in his tuxedo!

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It's all in the details

2008-06-11T10:32:11.687-04:00

More from Erin & Noel's wedding.

Noel didn't see Erin before the wedding and I decided rather than going straight to the reception hall where he was that I'd love to get photos of Erin getting ready before he saw her for the big moment!

We went to her mom's house and I captured all of the little details that make the day so special...it's all in the details!


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Camera Phone Sillyness

2009-09-20T20:47:59.867-04:00

Nothing new right now...been editing the candids from Erin's wedding and whipping through them as fast as my hands can move in Photoshop.Since I don't have anything I feel like sharing at this second I was looking through some random pics on my computer and I just realized how many camera phone photos I take at Tiffany's hair salon.Seems that every time I get my hair done there I snap photos while I'm sitting at the mirror or right after to capture my "new do"...it just made me laugh... I guess this is what I do for entertainment...take photos with any available camera? What's next a camera on my key chain? LOL.www.jenweaverphotography.com[...]



Final Edits of Jo Ann With New Light Set-up

2008-06-06T15:30:47.813-04:00

This may be obvious but I just need to make the point...if not for anyone then for myself! Having the proper lighting set up makes all the difference in editing time!I was able to edit 60 photos in such a short time today because I only tweaked MINOR things with each of the photos and barely had to worry about tweaking the lighting, brightness, etc. What a difference!!!!Lighting set up (click the links to be taken to B&H's website for each item):(2) Nikon SB-800 Speedlights shot through Westcott Umbrellas (Optical White 45 inch) attached to Bogen/Manfrotto Justin Spring Clamp with Flash Shoe on Bogen/Manfrotto Basic Light Stands.Flashes triggered by Elinchrom Skyport Universal Radio Slave Setwww.jenweaverphotography.com[...]



Jo Ann and My New Lighthing Set-up

2008-06-10T22:59:00.064-04:00

Tonight I got to practice with my new lighting set-up that came yesterday from B&H. I'm still trying to learn what I'm doing right or wrong. If you have any suggestions, let know....

My test subject was my friend Jo Ann.

Jo Ann, thanks for being a great subject and willing to try all different poses and being patient with me when I was adjusting "things."

My favorite standing on a stool and look down shot...love Jo Ann's eyes in this one:

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I Got My Lighthing Goods! Woo Hoo!

2008-06-06T20:33:28.410-04:00

I'm officially a "strobist" girl! LOL! I got my lighting goods today from B&H!With Mike's help I officially fired the first test shots tonight with my new SB800s! Yee ha!I still don't know what I'm doing but, heck, who does the first time you do something? Well, I guess I could read all of the books and articles I want but nothing beats just opening everything up, having someone help you set everything, and just "doing."Yes, I'm one of those people... "directions? what are directions?"Sometimes it makes life harder but that seems to be the only way I learn.... just jump right in and try things out. I don't think it's a bad way to be...sometimes you extend your learning curve a bit but it's fun just testing things and learning as you go.I still have some more things to get Sunday when I drive into the city to go to B&H in person (and lose myself for hours) but once I get the rest of what I need I should be "good to go" for easy, portable, lighting!Great suggestion by Mike! Thanks for your help!Here they are!Lucas got bored of my lighting excitement very quickly and decided to get up on the couch and take a nap. *LOL*I know...blurry...darn P&S...shoulda put it on Macro...but you get the idea.More regarding the lights can be seen HERE and HERE.www.jenweaverphotography.com[...]



The Fam

2008-06-10T23:35:40.281-04:00

Erin and Noel's wedding...

Erin was interested in seeing some of the family shots to share with friends and family so I jumped over to a few of those tonight for editing.

Oh my goodness! Look at those eyes! Isn't he so adorable??

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The shady area with the sun peaking through made conditions tough but I think these worked out well. I liked them natural color but also with a few actions thrown in.

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I love little Ruby in this one with her hands behind her back. So cute and what a personality!!

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More at Sunset

2008-06-10T23:28:57.568-04:00

More from Erin & Noel's wedding...

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I love this one of Erin & Noel. I climbed onto the fence next to them with my camera (I know I'm a nut) to get them from a little higher up. I like how they are looking out into the field where the sunset was.

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This is my favorite part of the whole night...so glad we had this opportunity. I'm taking my time on this set of photos since they are my favs and I'm doing multiple edits of each shot to give Erin and Noel a variety of effects to choose from. Normally I would only do one type of edit for each for something like this but since I love these so much I want to do a variety to see what works best.

Soon I will be done with this portion of the photos and will be moving onto the formal portraits after the ceremony, then the ceremony, and then the candids. The candid edits should move very quickly since they will mostly be in color and don't need a lot of editing.

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More of Historic Griggstown, NJ

2008-06-10T23:28:17.033-04:00

I pass this spot everyday on my way home so I decided to take some photos for 20 mins on my way home.I featured this area of Historic Griggstown, NJ back at the beginning of March in this blog entry and this time I decided to bracketed shots for HDR processing.Below are my favorites of the day:I love this one!!I'm on the fence about these two. A LOT OF GREEN HERE!While I was photographing one of the windows I snapped my reflection just to be silly:To be even more strange I snapped a photo of my new hot pink shoes with the camera looking down my tripod. I love the shoes so I figured why not snap a shot? *LOL*This is especially for *Bri* since I promised to show her them!There are a number of others but this is all that I actually liked the results of. Sometimes HDR is hit or miss depending upon the lighting conditions.www.jenweaverphotography.com[...]



If Only I Had this at the Wedding I Did Last Week!

2008-05-28T20:13:50.501-04:00

Nikon SD-8A Battery Pack
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If you don't have one and you shoot a lot of events, where you use your flash for hours, you need one.

Click here to see it on B&H's website.

The Nikon SD-8A Battery Pack takes six "AA" alkaline, lithium or NiCad batteries. It can be used with the SB-11, SB-22, SB-25, SB-26, SB-27, SB-28, SB-28DX, SB-80DX, & SB-800 Speedlights, as well as the SK-6A Power Bracket. Total flash capacity per round of batteries is doubled, and flash recycling time will be cut by 60-75%. Batteries must be in place in the flash in order to operate.
I wish I knew about it last weekend when I did Erin's Wedding! It would have helped tremendously!

REVIEWS

I'll be ordering 3 of these to go with each of my SB800s since I will be using them for my portrait photography and having one for parties and weddings (If I ever do another) will be tremendous!

Thanks to my Photography Guru for the tip!

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I Feel Special Today - Thank you!

2009-09-20T20:48:27.400-04:00

I feel very special today...the planets must all be aligning...(who am I kidding...I don't know what the planets are doing) but the fact of the matter is that I feel "special" today.I must admit that I didn't wake up with that special feeling when I realized that last night I was so tired that I forgot to set my alarm for work! Luckily I woke up on my own! The other fun I woke up to was the fact that my eyes were still ON FIRE (or like someone rubbed sandpaper on them) from my allergies. I've NEVER had allergies like this in my life but they are in PAIN (could be the lack of sleep I give myself as well...but that's me! I'll sleep when I'm dead!)It was another "glasses" day today and if you know me you'll know that I HATE WEARING GLASSES! Glasses and I are NOT friends...I have the lightest weight titanium frames I could get but I still feel them on my face all day long! I'm convinced my ears are uneven so one side of my glasses always irritates me more then the other and I'm constantly adjusting them.Just call me The Princess and the Pea... because I feel every little thing....annoying glasses...tags in my shirt...seams on my socks! I know...I sound like a nut...but my mommy says I'm just "special" *LOL *.Even though my glasses and I are NOT friends (and I avoid them like the plague) I waved the white flag at them Monday, yesterday, and today because I cannot put contacts in these sad eyes!I had to snap this on my cell phone....my eyes are as pink as the shirt I am wearing to work today: This is when I say "Saaaaaad Face" Besides my sandpaper eyes and forgetting to set my alarm clock - I headed to work and was sidetracked by a detour that suddenly stopped "detouring" me mid-way through!!! I was actually LOST for a quick second until I realized I now had a GPS!! WOO HOOOO Magellan!!I've affectionately named my GPS "Nancy." Nancy calmly (but curtly) talks to me and guides me to my destination worry-free! So, Nancy, got me to where I was supposed to be this morning but not before I decided to make a pit stop at Walgreens to get the best eye drops money could buy for these crying eyes. The Pharmacist recommended Zaditor to me. Of course when I went to the aisle it was the most expensive allergy eye drop they had on the shelf! Uggggg! But at least it had an instant coupon so that made *happy* (coupons rock!). I put them in when I got to work and felt a bit of relief but they were still pink as hell! Throughout the day my happiness and smiles increased..... *Smile #1*Thank you to my personal "Cheering Section" for the awesome comments I received from my favorite daily blog readers on "Erin & Noel's" wedding photos. I was so nervous to do the wedding and I'm so pleased with the responses of my supportive friends. You made my day with your kind words.Shout outs to: Sue (my Kentucky Bud), Julie (My Indiana Gal Pal), Mike (My Maryland Photography Guru), Heather (My Cali Gal Pal), Meleah (My New Gal Pal going through similar life's journeys as I am!) , and Gordon aka Gordy, Gord. Gord-o, G, G-Man, Poppy Seed, Work Dad, or just Oscar (My Trusty Side-Kick and biggest fan).*Smile #2* I checked my daily photography blogs and saw the Jason D. Moore featured my personal photography profile, today, on his blog - Jason D. Moore's Photography - Home of the Photoshop & Photography blogroll. That made me *smile*. I appreciate the feature Jason! It was good feeling opening the site today and seeing it.If you haven't seen the profile yet, click HERE to stop by Jason's blog and read it.Note: If you there is someone you would like to see as a part of the P&PBlogger Profile series[...]



Yesterday Was Hot...Today is Steamy!

2008-06-10T23:30:19.857-04:00

Oooooh la la...check these out!You too were awesome to work with! Not too many people would lay in a field like this for me! :)Erin & Noel are awesome! Click HERE to see more.(I promise you'll want to click on these to view them extra large!)Same one with a little texturizing!(I like doing multiple edits of my favorite shots until I find the one that I think works best.)A cool vintage action on this one...I can't get over how much I love Erin in this one!Erin, You are marvelous!!The soft feel of this version works well with how Erin is looking at Noel.Another with texture:I love this one and boy do I wish I had a photo of me laying in the grass while taking this!This statement is going to get repetitive....but....more to come! LOL!www.jenweaverphotography.com[...]



HOT!

2008-06-10T23:31:15.016-04:00

Oh my goodness! HOT! HOT! HOT! Look at the chemistry! They're steaming up my monitor!! :) *giggle*What a wonderful experience to photograph Erin & Noel in such an amazing environment..sun setting...cool setting and fence... (that we later found out was an electric fence...thank god it wasn't turned on!! *EEK*) I feel so fortunate to have had this chance to get more photos of them two of them that were exactly what I was imagining for them.Against the popular vote we love the power lines and they are staying in! This is the first time I'm saying YAY for power lines in my photography!WOW - just love these next two...(I think you're gonna want to click on these to view them larger!)Playing with texture just to see how it worked..Oh...I just love these two... (Hmmm...I think I'm going to be saying that a lot...I can just tell!)Ok...so for this one...the flash didn't go off...it was dark except for the sky. I decided at the last minute not to delete it and try something different. I lightened it and then applied a rusty filter to it. I really thought that it worked very well to see their silhouettes like this. Such a beautiful moment!And it wouldn't be Erin and I if there weren't some multiple exposures! Wish we had more time to think of something else...I guess it's normal to come up with something on your way home and say "OH I wish we did XXXX!!" but what can ya do...sometimes it's hard to think on the spot. :)www.jenweaverphotography.com[...]



Memoral Day Good Eats & Good Company

2009-09-20T20:49:10.769-04:00

Today I took a break from editing and went to Tiffany's house for some Memorial Day "good eats."

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To read more about the yummy dishes that we dined on, today, go to Tiffany's blog.

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Then Tiffany & I decided to be really fun and exciting and proceeded to sit at the dining room table on our individual laptops like 2 losers. LOL!

Aren't we fun and exciting?

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Tiffany's desert consisted of peach something or other with some espresso. Don't you just love the little cups??

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More fun at A * DOCK

2008-06-10T23:32:47.168-04:00

Saturday night I headed back down to "A Dock" to hang out with Tara & Adam, Adam's brother & fiancé and a handful of the their friends.They bought me special pink wine coolers - LOL! I felt so special *giggle.*It was a beautiful day weather-wise and when it gets cold at night on the water we break out the blankets and this time Adam broke out a mini heather for me & Tara's feet..... *Awwww so sweet!*I love how Tara's eyes look in this photo - shot with the Nikon 50mmAdam entertained us by playing some songs on the guitar.I swear I only had 1 wine cooler! LOL!We got pizza delivered right to us at the dock. Adam said it makes him feel special that they bring it right to you there! LOLI had a great time and will hopefully be back here again very soon!www.jenweaverphotography.com[...]



Erin & Noel's Wedding Day

2008-06-10T23:33:46.710-04:00

For today's adventure....Erin's Wedding. It was a very long day but well worth it for me...Erin is a friend from my photography forum and I told her I would do her wedding photography for her back in March. Well the days flew right by and today was THE DAY!And what a gorgeous day it was --- 75 degrees!! What great luck Erin had!(Don't I look sooo tired? LOL)My sister and I left my house about 11:30a.m. and drove 2.5 hours and over 130 miles to Pennsylvania.We started the day at Erin's Mom & Dad's house so I could take photos of her getting ready...She has a great family who helped her make this a very special day and they were so kind to me and made us feel right at home. We left a few mins before Erin to head to the reception hall to prepare for the ceremony.Everything went so well and Erin looked so beautiful - her dress was GORGEOUS with a CAPITIAL "G"! I can see the love the Erin & Noel share by the way they looked at each other.At the end of the night I asked Erin and Noel if they wanted to go over to the open field across the street to take photos in front of the sunset that was quickly fading. Erin is such a great spirited girl...that she walked all the way over barefoot, stood in weeds that were knee-high, and even jumped the fence for me in her dress (the funny thing was that my sister figured out how to unlatch the fence after she climbed it *giggling here*). Erin and her husband, Noel, (who was also a great sport) laid in the high grass for me so we could get some really awesome night shots with the sun setting.I only edited a few because I really wanted to share something with Erin and all of your to see!(CLICK EACH PHOTO TO VIEW LARGER!)This was my first paid wedding and I can honestly say it went pretty smoothly. Looking at all of the photos now makes me wish we had more time for the formal shots but it's always tough when everyone is anxious to go inside for the reception.The photos featured here are not your traditional wedding photos but they are sooooooo "ME"....and I really think they are sooooooo ERIN! (I'll show more traditional ones at another time)SUPER GIANT ENORMOUS THANKS TO MY SISTER DARLENE for helping me all day long, running to the car a million times for me, supplying me with alternate flashes, batteries and cards, and letting me use her new D300 for an alternate camera (that thing is so heavy that my arm was turning to jelly!!)THANK YOU! THANK YOU! =)www.jenweaverphotography.com[...]



Business Cards - That's just too much pressure for one little rectangle to handle!!!

2008-05-23T14:48:39.980-04:00

Since I will be doing the photography for the benefit I mentioned in my last post I thought it would be best if I got myself some professionally printed business cards. That way Jo Ann and I have them available to give out at the event if anyone is interested in purchasing prints.

I went with a thicker cardstock with a gloss finish from 123Print.com which is a company that my friend found on the internet that she thought was inexpensive and she liked the results when she got them.

I had a really hard time deciding what to go with for the card. You're card should say so much about you all on one little rectangle...but I think that's just too much pressure for one little rectangle to handle!!! LOL!

If I did a landscape scene I knew which photo I would go with instantly but since I want to concentrate more on portraits/people photography I wanted a person...but even that was too hard to figure out.

Who would I feature? Would I want a customer or family member's portrait? Nah...to hard to decide. If I out a portrait photo of myself to show my portrait ability that would feel very strange/conceited (like hey, here's me!)... if I went with me with my camera that would be too...cliche? So, after laboring over this and getting advice from friends on my options I somehow I ended up with a photo of my own eye! LOL!

I guess it could mean many things if you want to get all deep:

*Having the "eye" for photography is very important
*The actual eye of the photographer is where all the magic happens when looking through the viewfinder
*We see "Life's Fleeting Moments" pass before our eyes
*It's part of a face and people are what I love to capture
*I have a pretty eye??? LOL Ahahahah - that's my favorite..I'll go with that for the reason!! (just kidding)

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2nd annual The W Girls NYC "LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT" Bachelor/ette Auction

2008-06-10T23:34:25.499-04:00

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Bachelor/ette Auction
Benefitting ChildSight and the victims of the Myanmar and China disasters through Save The Children

June 5th 7-10pm

CAIN Night Club in New York City.

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Website: The W Girls NYC

The W Girls on Facebook


If you're interested in tickets to the event click HERE.

What you get: A great network of young NYC professionals, an hour of sponsored bar open bar featuring several top name liquor sponsors, drink specials until 10pm, a terrific GRAND prize raffle, all night access to Cain --one of NYC's hottest spots to party, and a chance to bid on one of NYC’s hottest Bachelor/ettes.
I've never done an event like this before so I'm excited to try something different. My friend Jo Ann is coming along with me to help and I thin it will be a great time!