Category Archives: Printing

Cyber Monday Sale | Austin Baby Photographer

Cyber Monday Sale   I’m excited to announce my limited release Cyber Monday Sale!  This week only you can purchase the Belly, Baby, & Beyond Bundle. There are only 5 of these available. You can book your Belly, Baby, & Beyond Bundle for anytime in the next 12 months. Included in this special release is:…

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Milestone Sessions? | Austin Baby Photographer

What are Milestone Sessions?   Milestone sessions are meant to capture the growth and development of your baby through the first year.  Generally, milestone sessions take place between three and four months, once baby is sitting (usually between six and nine months), and then the last session is scheduled just in time to celebrate baby’s…

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Maternity Model Sessions | Austin Maternity Photographer

Austin Maternity Photographer – Maternity Sessions It’s a new year and I’ve come to realize it’s past time for me to update my portfolio.  Most of my maternity portrait work has been outdoors and I need more studio portraits to display.   I’ve been talking with my wonderful hair and make-up artist and we’ve got some…

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Fun with Photos | Digital Image Transfers

Digital Image Transfers  II   The Purell Transfer Eventually,  I stumbled across a Flickr group dedicated to inkjet transfers.  I found a guy that was developing a process that was developing a process to lift inkjet emulsion that was similar to the Polaroid transfers, but he didn’t share the entire process.  I did try,  with…

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Fun with Photos | Digital Image Transfers

Digital Image Transfers More than Just a Digital Print In the Fall I had the opportunity to attend a lecture by David Robert Farmerie at Austin Community College.  He was there as a representative of Hahnemuhle Fine Art. He brought with him examples of digital prints, cyanotypes, and something he called a “digital emulsion transfer”…

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