Monday, May 4, 2009

dallas.

i had a wonderful time in dallas this weekend. and i even survived the swine flu and a tornado warning. (quite the adventure) i attended a photography workshop with Cheryl Muhr, and i learned MUCHO y MUCHO. i have so many pictures to go through, but here is one of a baby i took. seriously, the cutest thing.


amy and i were roomies. i'm sure she is glad to get rid of me and all my photo questions... (she knows a lot!) but we did have a blast navigating dallas, watching [17 Again] (loved it!), eating gelato, and spraying hand sanitizer every time someone said the words "swine flu," which happened more than you would think.

i love classes, workshops, "how to" books, tutorials and pretty much anything that can teach me something new. maybe it's time to go back to college.... maybe not.

chad handled the crew and kept them alive. kate's hair was exactly how i left it on Thursday, (yeah, 4 days...), but they had a good time running around like wild savages and had a rude awakening when they woke up and i made them bathe and get ready for school.

good times.... one step closer to being a famous photographer.

8 comments:

Amy said...

Holy crap you're fast. You rock - that photo of the baby is perfect! Thanks for coming with me, I had a great time!

kristenita said...

I am so jealous!! I want to go to a workshop like that sometime. Maybe I can work for you when you are a famous photographer... :)
That picture is so good, jennie!

Andrea said...

Yay! Looks like you had fun. I can't wait to hear the scoop. And especially talk about the MOVIE! :)

Kristin said...

Again....LUCKY!! i so wish i could have gone to this workshop. Love the pic of the baby and can't wait to see more!

Megan said...

Sounds like a blast! Glad you came back flu-less.

Jek said...

HOw great! Woah!! You already seem like a pro!

jill said...

Beautiful picture of that little baby!

Good for you for braving the swine flu and going after your dream...

Jamie Poort said...

That image is beautiful! It was so fun hanging out with you and Amy! I hope that your "necklace" got home safely!