Tonight Allison and I got Eva dressed in her Christmas clothes and took her photo for our Christmas card. Afterwards we took this one of here in a stocking, she doesn’t quite fit and her expression reflects that. Once the Christmas cards have been sent out we will post up the Christmas card photo shoot. It was fun, Allison, me and my mom were all bouncing around trying to make Eva smile.

I finally got the perfect shot, edited and cropped it and uploaded it to Kodak, we made the card and ordered our boxes. I even found a coupon code and got 20% off the purchase. Sweet! Making the cards with Kodak Gallery was so incredibly easy.

Today at lunch at work I was lucky enough to attend a great presentation by freelance photographer Ben Barnhart. He was a really interesting guy and he is a New England Photographer. I talked to him a bit about photowalking, he’d never heard of it. I was glad to go up and speak to him after the presentation, sometimes I miss opportunities to make connections because I get nervous about what to say but the more I’ve been networking online and blogging and actually creating things the more I have the confidence to talk about something interesting with other people. One thing that Ben does really well is take Portraits. I was very inspired by his portraits and getting ready for Trevor Carpenter’s December Challenge, portraits were right up my alley.

I e-mailed Ben after the presentation and even extended him an invite to go on a future photowalk. Now I have to work on setting up photowalks for New England. You can check out Ben’s portfolio on his website.

Speaking of Photowalks, I uploaded my Las Vegas Photowalk to Zooomr and Thomas Hawk commented on the Google map that I used to show the whole photowalk. I made the map with the GiSTEQ PhotoTrackr software. He’s going to be in New York on December 15th for a photowalk and I really would want to go if I hadn’t already committed to two annual Christmas parties. I’d bring my PhotoTrackr with me so I could capture the locations of the whole walk. That would be cool. I have to go shoot with Thomas Hawk sometime, there is so much I can learn.

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6 Responses to “Photo-A-Day #964 11/28/07”

  1. Mr. Fabulous says:

    I love that look on her face. It’s a good thing she can’t curse yet.

  2. Drew says:

    We are convinced that her first words will be “Dad, put down the !@#!@ camera.”

  3. Hey, had a hard time find a “contact me” on this site (might want to add one) so I’m going to post a comment here. Just wanted to say I have been following your site for awhile because of the photo a day theme. Anyhow, I have done the same thing on my site for a couple months now. Don’t know if you care as you don’t know me, but thought I’d give you credit as I copied your idea. I think I might do that calendar sometime too. How has that worked out for you?

  4. Drew says:

    Hi Neil,
    The best way to get in touch with me is to leave me a comment. I should add that to my about page. I don’t put my e-mail out on my blog so I can try not to get as much spam.

    I took a look at your blog and you have some very nice photos. I hope that you keep up with the photo a day thing. It has been so great for me to look back over time and see how my skills improve or I can see where I was at a specific date and time. If you would like you could add one of my photo-a-day widgets to your blog and I’ll add you to my blogroll of Photo-A-Day hosts.

    Glad I could inspire you.

  5. Adorable photo! But yes, I think she needs the next size stocking!

  6. Drew says:

    She certainly does. Maybe being wedged into that small one gave her the grumpy face.

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