Monthly Archives: July 2009

Beach Music.

My favorite book in the world is The Prince of Tides by Pat Conroy of which the first 13 words state “My wound is geography, it is also my anchorage, my port of call.”   I think anyone who has moved around quite a bit in their lives understands that sentence.  If you’re lucky, you’ll find a place somewhere in […]

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Very cool.

I always smile whenever I receive emails from photogs who love my products, but this recent share really made me light up!  After reading my  June 19th post  Photographer Kerry Mills contacted me because she realized we had something in common besides just photography.  Kerry is also an Air Force wife, currently stationed in Okinawa, and  a newly converted Kaleidoscope fan!     We […]

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Illuminated.

One of my favorite aspects of launching Kaleidoscope has been getting to see how other Photographers utilize my creations in their own work.   Every day now I receive emails from customers who absolutely *love* Kaleidoscope, and want to share their before & afters with me.  Sooo, I thought I might share some of them with you!  I have received emails from […]

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Famous.

It’s official.  They’ve made it.  They’re famous! I was pleased as punch to receive an email about a month ago from Jodi of MCP Actions  who was interested in featuring Kaleidoscope (a.k.a. the f.k.a. “world’s most un-famous textures & overlays”)  on her blog.   Everyone in the photography world knows  Jodi as an expert on all things […]

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Bowling.

  Every day.  Every single day. I haven’t blogged in a bit because as you  can see, I’ve been busy with bowling.  Of all the sports we want him to seriously pursue, I’m not sure bowling is it.  But it’s his latest obsession, so we’re going with it for now…. There are a lot of […]

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