If I had to label myself , I'd likely have the term Artistic Entrepreneur stamped to my head. I come from family sporting either the same or similar stamps. I don't know if the word ambitious even beginnings to touch the way I like to steer the wheel. I was received my first published artwork in a coffee table book at the age of 18. Signed up with agency and moved across the country a year later. It was one of the best experiences I ever had. I later became a public relations director and along the way a graphic designer. My passion for photography has never changed. I currently design templates, textures, and branding materials for photographers in my home office. I am filled with gratitude each and every day. It's not a secret, "Dreams Do Come True"!
Be sure to visit Kristy on Twitter or Facebook, and thank her for judging! Here is the photo we are challenging you to create your own work of art with this week:
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And a little bit about her shop and the prize she is offering our winner:
I am often asked, "What do you design"? In three words I design Presentations to Inspire. For any portrait photographer presentation is the key to product sales! I design products to fill your website and studio.
Presenting your clients before and after portrait sessions with personalized announcements, invitations, mini books, collages, rep cards, albums, and mini canvases will inspire them to fill their home and heart with just about everything you have to offer!If you follow Kristy's blog, you already know that she is a master of using textures! This week she will be giving our winner their choice of texture packs from her shop. To qualify for this prize, you must leave a comment on this week's post, letting us know which texture pack you would like to win!!
And last, but not least, a review of our guidelines:
This challenge is all about taking a photo and making it your own with the editing program of your choice! It is also about learning a little bit from each other, and exploring new styles! There are no restrictions (unless specifically stated within the post for the week), but we do ask that you share a little bit about how you arrived at your finished product.
So, there you have it! Have fun, and can't wait to see what you come up with!