Sunday, July 25, 2010
Clare De Lune
I’m so ready to start sewing again!! I’ve been so busy lately I haven’t been able too. My poor Singer is turning blue, because of the lack of attention…poor thing. But all this week I’m going to do nothing but sew!!! My baby will turn back into a healthy cream in no time. No get well cards needed.
Awhile back I got an underwater housing for my camera and when my sister (Ruth) came home to visit I thought it would be the perfect time for an underwater fashion shoot. My sister is modeling my ruched gown I made. I realized something that day…underwater fashion photography is HARD! Half of the time I was just getting shots of her elbow! Haha. But at least now I know what to do next time…if I’m willing to attempt it again.
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That was brave - I'd never take my camera near water, I'd probably break it, haha!ReplyDelete
I love the last shot of the ballet shoes - the lighting especially. It's beautiful.
these are beautiful--and make me want an underwater camera. Love your blog dear.ReplyDelete
check out mine?
Wow! I love the first and last photos, amazing!ReplyDelete
Wow. Those shots are just beautiful. Beeeeautiful.ReplyDelete
You are one talented young woman. I look forward to your shop's opening, and commend you for utilizing your talent!
so lovely pictures!ReplyDelete
Wow! These are stunning!ReplyDelete
do you ever not want to sow ?ReplyDelete
i meant sew, do you do it a lot ? i love your blog, also is sewing self taught ??ReplyDelete
Thank you everyoneReplyDelete
Georgia lilly- I Sew all the time! I do get tired of sewing sometimes though...usually in January or February. But everone needs a break now and then. My mom tuaght me the basics and then I kind of went off with it. Now I can't stop.
that's incredible! i thought these were from an editorial the first time i looked at them!ReplyDelete
what an amazing blog and talent you have!
This shoot is unbelievably cool.ReplyDelete
i'm saving up for an underwater camera, i've wanted to do fully clothed shots underwater just like yours, great job!ReplyDelete
omg these are amazing!!! what camera did you use?ReplyDelete