Category Archives: Photographers

Getting started on our Winner and Eye candy for this Week’s theme. This week the images were outstanding and choosing was close to impossible!

Also a quick reminder that I am looking towards 2015 and our Project 52 group. I have had the pleasure of hosting this wonderful project for going on four years now. I would love to host this again, but want to be sure of the interest. If there is a project or something else you might want to see in lieu I am completely open to feedback on that as well.

If you are the Winner for this week contact me via the Fan Page, Contact forms or the email in the info area of the Facebook fan page and I will send you an action set or preset collection of your choosing! (If you would like something no pressure ha!)

Let’s get Started!

Winner:

By: Mark Hughes

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Week 47 / P 52 – Colours of the Rainbow – I wasn’t sure what I was going to do for this challenge but happened to be in Niagara falls and found they light up the falls in rainbow — in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

And Lots of Eye Candy:

By: Sue Harris

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Colours of the rainbow – Yellow

By: Jenelle Miranda

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Colors of the rainbow “Blue” I love watching the Kona sunsets!

By: Lauren Durrence

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m4h 47:52 | colors of the rainbow

colors of the rainbow from my own backyard

By: Angie Haas Schueren

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47/52 Colors of the Rainbow

By: Noelle Soroka

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47/52
rainbow

a rainbow of furry friends!

Noelle Soroka Photography

By: Evelyn MacDougall

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I love stained glass and on this day the sun was streaming in and a rainbow of colors appeared everywhere www.facebook.com/GemFamilyPhotos.

By: Sandahl Chavez

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Week 47 | Colors of the Rainbow
I love how bubbles have their own little happy rainbows, contained with in each and every one.
Tags: Sandahl Rose Photography

By: Kari Hicks

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P52/ Colors of the rainbow

By: Brooke Johnson Taylor

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47|52 Colors of the Rainbow

By: Karen Cornwell Hunt

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Week 47/52 Colors of the Rainbow
This week I was super inspired to take some still life photos after joining a new photography group. I decided to get out my box of vintage cameras that a friend gave to me. Inside of the box with the camera was this beautiful colored feather. I thought this was perfect and just in time for this weeks theme.

By: Vicki Hull

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Colours of the rainbow- just on the doorstep in my garden. Brightening up a grey and wet November afternoon!

By: Annie Morris

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Rainbow Flare

By: Lauren Penland

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My first post on here. So much talent in this group My daughter’s favorite color of the rainbow – blue. Of course, it changes almost daily

By: Amanda Sheehan

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We visited the roller rink with my daughters brownie troup this week. Gotta love the rainbow lights!! I love that these places are like little time capsules. They haven’t changes one bit since I was in middle school. And the kids still had an amazing time (no screens in sight!)

By: Niklas Jumlin

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47/52 {Colors of the Rainbow}
A photo with lots of vibrant colors during a sunset here in Sweden.

Niklas Jumlin Photography

By: kristen.mowery

M4H: Rainbow

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M4H: Rainbow

Loved using the Lensbaby sweet 35 for this.

By: Pam Moleski

M4H Project 52 - Colors in the Rainbow (Week 47)

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M4H Project 52 – Colors in the Rainbow (Week 47)

Santa built this fabulous 1/3 scale locomotive over the summer in his North Pole workshops for Cincinnati Museum Center.’s Holiday Junction 2014 at historic Union Terminal. I love the backdrop his elves created to set the scene with all the soft colors

I am so incredibly humbled, and so excited to embark on this project for our third year in a row. If you are just seeing this and would like to participate you can find information on just how to HERE. I do hope you will join us! It isn’t too late to jump in ever!

Our week’s theme will be:

Timeless

I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

The Inspired Workshop with Sarah-Beth & M4H Photography

inspiredworkshopsbm4h

 

I am so incredibly excited to announce a very special workshop experience. In October 2015, Sarah-Beth Photography and myself are teaming up to bring you a two day workshop geared towards sharing all the ins and outs of shooting children and family photography. There will be a limited amount of seats and the workshop will take place in the Fort Collins, CO area.

We will cover over own approach to creating moments and capturing families in a natural and fun way to capture the most beautiful of images. This is an open book workshop geared towards natural light photography. Our goal is to not only leave you with a wealth of knowledge but a ton of inspiration.

We will touch base on everything from how we balance our family and our business, to our shooting approach and everything in between.

There will be a beautiful venue where we will cover our processing and finish off the workshop with another live shoot in one of my most favorite Colorado locations.

What is included:

-A Two Day inclusive hands on workshop taught by Sarah-Beth Photography and M4H Photography.
-At least Two Live Shoots
-Complete overview on Image Processing.
-Lunch on the second day of the workshop.
-A Beautiful Venue.
-A fabulous swag bag.
-Membership to a Private Facebook Group for Continued Learning.
-A no holds bar Q&A Session and More!

When:

October 16 & 17th, 2015

Where:

In the Fort Collins, CO area.

 

Investment:

$2200.00

Retainer due:

$500.00

Deposit must be made to reserve your spot.This deposit is non-refundable. Seats are limited to 20 people and are a first come first serve basis. You will need to make your own accommodations and arrange transportation. Fort Collins, CO is approx an hour from the Denver Airport.

Book Right HERE:

http://www.sbphotography.bigcartel.com/product/the-inspired-workshop-with-sbp-and-m4h-photography

Note: Attendees must be at least 60 miles away from Fort Collins, CO to attend.

Getting started on our Winner and Eye candy for this Week’s theme. This week the images were outstanding and choosing was close to impossible!

Also a quick reminder that I am looking towards 2015 and our Project 52 group. I have had the pleasure of hosting this wonderful project for going on four years now. I would love to host this again, but want to be sure of the interest. If there is a project or something else you might want to see in lieu I am completely open to feedback on that as well.

If you are the Winner for this week contact me via the Fan Page, Contact forms or the email in the info area of the Facebook fan page and I will send you an action set or preset collection of your choosing! (If you would like something no pressure ha!)

Let’s get Started!

Winner:

By: Kerry Westlund Fannon

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The snowy weather inspired us to add a little homemade hot chocolate to our morning routine this weekend.

Lots of Eye Candy:

By: Jennifer Kielich

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{Morning Routine}: Sock Drawer Shenanigans. Jennifer Kielich Photography

By: Amanda Marie Jaquez Cross

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M4H Week 46-Morning Routine
We start every morning with a diaper change.

By: Rachel Axelson

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Morning Routine

After dropping everyone off where they need to be I start my morning work routine with tea and the computer.

Rachel Axelson Photography

By: Courtney Lindell

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Week 46 – Morning Routine

By: Jen Smith

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{Morning routine} When it was just my older kiddo and I in the mornings, he’d crawl in bed with me when he woke up, and we’d snuggle, read, watch Curious George for about an hour before starting our day. When his brother was born, he’d join us when he woke up. But now that he’s mobile, staying in bed isn’t an option anymore. Now mornings are full of playtime for these two. I absolutely love watching them play so well together now, but a big part of me will always miss the lazy mornings in bed we used to have.

By: Lauren Durrence

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46:52 | morning routine

breakfast. sometimes we wear it too.

By: Sheryl Salisbury

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46/52 Morning Routine
…consists of coffee, instagram and whatever magazine graces my mailbox.

By: Jennifer Ritter

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Week 46 – Morning Routine

First thing she does upon waking is run to turn her sound machine off.

By: Sarah Gates

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P52/46 – Morning Routine

First order of business; we must be able to see

Arista Premium 400

By: Mark Hughes

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Week 46 / P 52 – Morning Routine – We brew coffee the old fashioned way, grinding beans into a cone filter and pouring hot water manually in to the grounds. Our kettle whistles. It is an awesome morning routine — in Edmonton, Alberta.

By: Debbie Hartley

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{46|52 Morning Routine}

By: Bec Walker

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Morning Routine

Transformers. TV. 30 minutes. Every morning. Obsessed. #wherehasmybabygone

By: Kristin Hiatt

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Morning Routine – girl talk over some Cheerios
Kristin Hiatt Photography

By: Shampoo Bf

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Theme Morning Routine.. the original

By: Carolina Gonzalez

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morning routine | C. Gonzalez Photography

Getting you dressed for preschool each morning has become a game of hide and seek.

By: Melisa Anger

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46/52 Morning Routine

We have a lot of morning routines in our house…breakfast, potty training my 2 year old, coffee, getting my 4 your old ready for school, teeth brushing, breaking up my kiddos wrestling on the couch…the list goes on and on. Running is my morning routine…I usually get up and out the door before my kiddos open their eyes, but some days I feel I need a little more sleep or my husband has to be at work early… that’s when I drop my daughter off at school, put my little guy in the jogger and off we go! I always have my water, my tunes and my favorite running shoes! by Melisa Renee Photography

By: Eileen Richardson

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Morning Routine- One at a time, they all trickle in.