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Don’t Be Afraid to Print Big!

It’s scary to step out of your comfort zone… I get it!  And the first time I ordered a canvas that was larger than 16×20, I was a tad nervous.  And when it arrived on our doorstep and I pulled into the driveway to see the largest box I’d ever seen by my front door??  […]

November 26, 2018

Photography

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Paris Prints for Christmas!

If you’re still wondering what to get that hard-to-shop for family member or friend… you know the one… he or she is always on the go, doesn’t seem to need or want much, but just enjoys being out and about and experiencing new places. My Paris Prints Collection has gotten an upgrade and could be […]

December 8, 2017

Travel Photography

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Eiffel Tower Sunrise Shoot | The Signature Atelier Workshop

Back in 1995 I went to see the new version of “Sabrina” staring Julia Ormond and Harrison Ford.  In this version, Sabrina goes to Paris to work with Vogue and there’s a scene where they’re photographing at Trocadéro with the Eiffel Tower in the background. Misters are spraying water, a couple is snuggling under an umbrella […]

December 4, 2017

Travel Photography

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What to do in Paris | The Less-Touristy Edition

Last month I posted about what to do in Paris if you’ve never been and only have 3-4 days there.  This post will have a few more options of things if you don’t want to be as touristy or you’d rather do things other than sight-see. If you missed that post, you should go check […]

October 18, 2017

Travel Photography

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What to do in Paris | The Tourist Edition

It’s overwhelming… planning a trip to a city you’ve never been to before, especially if you don’t know the language, culture or customs. I still remember my second trip to Paris when I was in college (the first was with the orchestra in high school where the entire trip was planned for me and I […]

September 7, 2017

Travel Photography

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