Month: February 2014

Fabulous Fifties

Perfecting these twitchin images has just been peachy keen; I have been jazzed all week. Thanks again to such a primo team. Click the following links for Glamour & Style, Little Red Hat, Cat’s Eye Glasses, and 50’s Inspired Shoot. Designer: Jennifer Bell of Discarded […]

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Little Red Hat

Post the Second World War, hats were small and close to the head. Women’s hats were an essential part of their outfits and were never removed.  To make the point, one asks:  would you ever take off your dress in public? Click the following links […]

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Cat’s Eye Glasses

Cat’s eye glasses are a type of women’s eyewear that was popular in the 1950s and 60s among fashionable women. They were worn by very famous ladies in Hollywood, namely Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn. Click the following link to see Glamour & Style, 50’s […]

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50’s Inspired Shoot

I had a phenomenal Sunday afternoon working with an ingenious team. The elegant dress was designed by Jennifer Bell of Discarded Couture.  The stunning makeup and hair was created by Erin Bradley of Beauty & Style by Erin Bradley.  The dazzling model who exuded fifties […]

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Gilded Age – 3

These are the last of the Edwardian era images. Both the designer and I have received very positive feedback. Thanks everyone. Click on the following link to view Gilded Age – 2 and Gilded Age. Return to portrait. Return to fashion.

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Gilded Age

These images are the result of a local designer’s vision arising from a visit to the Villa Marco Polo Inn, located in the historic neighbourhood of Rockland, in Victoria BC.  She (Jennifer) immediately became captivated with the residence’s enchanting atmosphere and was inspired to assemble […]

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Maddie

This is what happens when I go back to an old image:  I study it and end up unsatisfied with the original edit, so I scrap it and start over.   The second image features the new and improved edits. Return to portrait.

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Soap Bubbles – Take Two

Illustrated in the second and third image, the skin of the bubble glistens with complementary colors produced by interference.Depicted in the first and last photo, the bubble solution gets thinner and thinner. The black film is a harbinger of an upcoming disaster. The bubble is […]

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Bubbling Brook

This peaceful little spot is tucked away in the hills north Jordan River along the Jordan River Main and the Bear Creek Reservoir.    I seized the opportunity to photograph this quiet little brook as my husband and son were out on the logging roads […]

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