Follow my blog with Bloglovin When I think about how quiet my life would be without the kiddos, it reminds me to enjoy the chaos while I can… =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Tressie Davis is a portrait photographer located in Chelsea, MI. Portrait work may be viewed at www.tressiedavis.com.
So very often I am asked where did I shoot an image, how did I shoot it, what made me think to try a specific location or pose, etc. I am also very often told by clients “I don’t think there are any good backgrounds there” (in their home/yard/city/whatever). Nonsense. Most recently I shot portraits on […]
I had a portrait shoot on a farm last weekend. I’m still making my way through the images and will share more later – but in the mean time here is a pig. www.tressiedavisphotography.com =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Tressie Davis is a portrait photographer located in Chelsea, MI. Portrait work may be viewed at www.tressiedavis.com.
Shooting sports might be one of my all time favorite types of photography. Which is pretty odd, considering I’m not really a “sports person”. At least not in any kind of “fan” sense. Or any sense really. Lets put it this way – during a High School football game I may or may not have […]
I’m not sure there is anything cuter than mini hockey players. Since I don’t have anything profound to share with you this week, take a look at these super cute little guys. And if you wanna play, check out the classes and teams at the Arctic Coliseum in Chelsea (awesome program)! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Tressie Davis is […]
While I am no expert on Blogger, I have managed to figure a few things out here and there. Since then, a few folks have asked me how I implemented a few of the elements on my page. Because I want to be helpful (no, really!), I’m going to make an effort to write tutorials […]
I’m not sure what prompted me to google Haiku – perhaps my recent fascination of origami and other beautiful things originating in the Japanese culture. This Wiki-How article does a great job of explaining the difference between a traditional Japanese Haiku, and the English version (5, 7, 5 syllables) which is longer. It goes on […]
Since Facebook has a cool (or not) habit of changing things constantly, sometimes it can be hard to keep up with how to customize certain parts of your page. Recently I wondered if I could still add custom “tabs” on my Facebook business page the way I used to. It turns out that the functionality […]
Remember Flat Stanley? You can read about his last adventure here, when Alex sent him to Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. Most recently, our family was requested to host him right here in Chelsea, Michigan, so the Flat Stanley adventures continue! A big thank you to sweet Dayton for sending Flat Stanley here – we […]
Sunday, May 12, 2013 is Mothers Day. At least “officially”. But whether I’m sitting at the ice rink with my skaters, or cheering at a soccer/football/basketball game, or sitting down at my desk to pay bills and finding little notes that say “I love you Mom”, every day is Mothers Day for me. In doing […]