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My name is Melissa Howell and I specialize in custom portrait design for your home. You can visit my official photography website at http://www.blueprintsphotography.com/ to view more of my work and to contact me to set up a consultation.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Easter montages

These were so fun to put together. I love getting a wide range of expressions from kids and then making these montages. Parents love them, too, because they can see all the different sides of their children. Click on the pictures to see them larger. Enjoy!

5 comments:

Annie said...

True, Julianna may have the verbal quips that have me rolling on the floor with laughter, but that Natalie & her facial expressions...hiLARious!!!! You sure captured them well in your montages. Excellent work!

Carrie L said...

Melissa, why did you have to move! Now how am I supposed to meet you and find out that we're kindred spirits and have you take adorable pictures of my peanuts? I LOVE your work!

Carrie L said...

Yes, I am Annie's sister! I knew you were a photographer but by the time I saw the beautiful pictures you took of Spencer, you had already moved! So sad! Now I will have to settle with haunting your blog!

Angel said...

Love, love, love those Easter pictures! I love how you captured the personalities of your girls!

The Normal Mormon Husband said...

Melissa,

You left a comment on my blog (MormonHusbands.blogspot.com) asking if I know Ryan Smith. I'm 96% sure I do. If it is the Elder Smith I'm thinking of (tall, skinny, blond), then he and I were in the same mission group. We also had a class or two together at the Y after our missions. I always respected him a great deal. Great missionary, funny, hard worker, smart guy, and spoke the best Spanish in our mission. The only 4% doubt that I have is that there are a lot of "Elder Smith's" and I'm a little fuzzy on the first names.

If I'm thinking of the right person, I'd really like to get in touch with him. Tell him Elder Andrew Sweat said "Que hubo?" and send him to my blog.

Thanks,

Andrew