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This is the beautiful Katie! She is insanely talented. She sings, acts, is creative and has the kindest heart. SheView full post »
Madison Little, Leslie County High School Senior is truly a well rounded girl. She’s smart, funny, gorgeous,View full post »
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Be anything but predictable. That’s Mollie’s philosophy as she heads into a future unknown. Whether it’s on the softball field, in moments with her family, or hanging with her friends, she has a light that shines from within and keeps her in a league of her own! Mollie’s loves hanging out with her friends, attending concerts, horsing around at Keeneland, just to name a few Kentucky past times. One can always see a young lady’s true self by the way she treats her mother, and wow, what a relationship I got to witness. I am beyond honored to have photographed this young lady. We created portraits that showcased her beauty, strength, unpredictability, and love for softball. I will never forget this day.
Below is what the image looked like straight out of the camera, but with some direction and creativity a work of art was created in photoshop for Mollie. Jennifer, Mollie’s mom, and I thought she had a vintage look going with her outfit, so “A League of Her Own” was born. On the technical side, I added a sepia tone to go with overall aged theme, put a spin on the ball, added an old ball park from Adobe Stock and voila.
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