Here is another inventive way to use your photo overlays! Jennifer of Jennifer Lee Photographee shares,"I used the Engagement Photo Overlays: Haute Romance to make simple yet sophisticated save the dates that showcase my client's images.Â I love the overlays because they have so much flexibility on what I canÂ use them for (cards, albums, prints, reception boards, etc). I also loveÂ how they allow me to keep the emphasis on my photos instead of usingÂ a really fancy design. My clients have loved the extra sparkle these overlays add to their finished products!"
Thank you so much for sharing Jennifer! Your $75 gift certificate is on its way!
From the shop:
Never has getting hitched been more haute than with this collection of 22 engagement overlays from Design Aglow. Our engagement photo overlays mix and match flawlessly to make your portrait offerings even more relevant. Each easy-to-apply design is instantly resizable to any size, which means you can customize portraits, cards, albums, and even gift tags beautifully, without losing precious studio time.
• Engagement sessions, valentines, weddings, save the dates, custom portrait designs, large artwork, blog posts
Earlier this year I attended Ben Sasso’s Heck Yeah Photo Camp located in Joshua Tree, CA. I had never been to Southern California, much less explored it’s incredible coast. For as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to look down the coastline of Big Sur or see the Sequoias. After some super last minute travel planning, I found myself with 3 photographer partners for an amazing adventure. We decided we would start at sunrise in Joshua Tree, head south to Salvation Mountain and the Imperial Sand Dunes and then begin our trip north where we would end a week later in San Francisco.
There were so many beautiful maternity portraits I wanted to take during my pregnancy that I soon felt overwhelmed trying to decide on just a few for one photography session, so instead made an entirePinterest board ofMaternity Shoot Inspiration that I could tackle one at a time on a weekly basis. So my suggestion is to create an inspiration mood board as your first step to a self portrait, even if it's just a one-time shoot.