Tag Archives: Mesquite

Naaman Forest High School Senior | Shelley Edwards Photography

Meet Clayton – graduating 2011 senior at Naaman Forest High School – Garland, Texas.  He’s tall – like really tall.  I know what you’re thinking – everyone’s tall compared to little old 5′ me.  However, he really is!  Not only is he tall – he has such a sweet personality and handsome too!  Nice combination to take to A&M – I’m sure he’ll love it there!

We had a great time at the park and I really appreciated how adventurous he was.  I had him walking barefoot on sharp rocks, climbing ledges, and walking in a very mossy creek bed.  We didn’t see snakes – which is always a plus for me.

Clayton – thank you so much for choosing me as your senior photographer – I wish you the best & am so happy that you’ll be going to A&M.

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Shelley Edwards Photography Cyber Sale | Dallas/Ft. Worth Photographer

It’s here – can you believe it! It’s Cyber Monday (well, almost). Here’s what we’re offering people – it’s total greatness!

CYBER MONDAY SALE – NOW UNTIL MONDAY NIGHT – 11/29/2010 – 11:59PM CST!!!

Absolutely no extensions. You MUST send paypal payment to shelley@shelleyedwards.com and we will email you a gift?certificate for DOUBLE what your payment is! HOW COOL IS THAT?

FINE PRINT <cause you know there has to be a catch> : We?will allow you to use this on previous sessions if you place your order?by December 4th. New sessions will be valid for session fees and prints for one year. Not valid for wedding packages or sports packages.

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Fun Products | Shelley Edwards Photography

Listen up y’all – I’m launching some really fun new products. I’m really excited about it too. As you may or may not know, I launched a Digital Line last fall. Yes, that’s right – I do offer digital files. Let’s face it – we’re in the digital age. All my digital collections come with a set of 4×5 or 5×7 professionally printed portraits. The reason why I do this is simple – I want all clients to know what professionally printed images are supposed to look like. However, that’s not to say that the local print shops at national chains don’t do a good job. I’m just saying that I do better.  Going forward, all my digital collections will also include these FABULOUS custom designed photo boxes.

Something else new – and I just LOVE LOVE LOVE them. They’re little mini-accordion albums. I offer 2 sizes – 2×3 and 3×3. YUM YUM YUM.  These mini-albums are PERFECT for gifts and for mom’s purse.  They come with a small frosted cover.  Dreamy – yes – they’re wonderful – and affordable.  I had two clients in the past few weeks order the mini-albums as thank you gifts for their graduating seniors.  One ordered 15 and another ordered 9.

Hopefully more to follow this week.  It’s difficult to take product sample shots while also entertaining a very active 11 year old girl.  Summer plans – lovin’ summer  – having me a blast!!!!

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Horn High School | Mesquite Senior Portraits

This little gal has been in my life since she was a baby!  I just can’t believe how TALL and beautiful she is.   My son, and her brothers, were friends from way back when – you know – the PeeWee football days.  Bryanna would always want to sit with me and root the team on.  She really did turn out to be a lovely young lady – I’m not surprised at all.  She comes from good people.  I’ve maintained a friendship with her mother all of these years – she’s a great gal and I know she’s very proud.

Bryanna was one of my 2010 Senior models – and she did a great job on referrals!  We did her “real” senior session last weekend.  Why is it that the wind must ALWAYS be present during my shoots?  Well, what does one do?  We roll with it baby.  I think we got some really good stuff!

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Mesquite High School | Shelley Edwards Photography

Every once and a while, you come across a client or a model that just “gets” the direction.  They understand and “morph” into position and just “be” what you envision.   Meet Clark.  He gets it.  His parents get it.  His sisters most DEFINITELY GOT IT.

I say “kinda lean against that wall and smile” and he does – WOW OH WOW – he gets it.  Take a look at these shots – he does, doesnt he?  I’ve been the Gaddis’ photographer for a few years now, and like I said, WOW oh WOW – they get it.

Mesquite High School – I bet you’ll miss this punter.  What?  Yep – he’s an all star.

Now, please respond, what do you think?

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