BW Child Photo Competition 2015

I loved finding out that my double exposure image, {Eyes}, of my daughter Linhsey was nominated in the first half of the 2015 BW Child Photo Competition in the Conceptual and Photo Manipulation Category. 

I see so many others whom I admire and respect that have made it into this competition, and I couldn't be happier for them. I think we all have an understanding of what goes into this craft.

It's a rollercoaster ride of emotions,

but I wouldn't want it any other way. 

They are accepting entries for the second half of the competition now. 

Go enter! 


The Creativity Project {Double Exposure}

“Follow your inner moonlight; don't hide the madness.”― Allen Ginsberg

The Creativity Project has chosen the theme {Multiple Exposure} for this month.

After you make your way through our circle by clicking HERE  to Tracy Patterson's blog please share your own take on multiple exposures on our FaceBook page HERE for a chance to be featured!

The Creativity Project

Last month a small group of talented photographers started a monthly project on the 10th of each month called " The Creativity Project". When Becky from Life with Kaishon asked to me to join in their circle for this month I was thrilled! And slightly nervous.

Each month one of the photographers will pick a theme. Their first theme was " The Girl____" . They each filled in the blank beautifully. I figured, yeah, I could do this.

When I found out the theme for this month my first reaction was RUN! I'm just being honest : )

The theme is "Double Exposure".

What the heck is that?! Wait, I need to use Photoshop?!

Once I learned what it was, I had a vision of what I wanted to do. I knew the 2 images I wanted to use.

But how?

Oh Gene! Will you please help me?

Thanks to Gene, I got through the first month.

I love how it looks like she has her arm around herself, and how both L's are gazing up at something.

Please be sure to keep the circle going and click HERE to head on over Becky's post. It should be interesting to see each photographer's take on " Double Exposure".