Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Wonderful Wyatt

Last week Wyatt came for his two year portraits.  Talk about personality PLUS!  His mom Debbie gets lots of credit for knowing what she wanted and for her vision.  We had a great time...Well, I should just let the images speak for themselves.  Check these out...

Thanks to both Debbie and Wyatt for an awesome time!

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

2010 Seniors

Has anyone ever told you that you should model?  Janine Photography is looking for fresh faces for our senior representative program.  There are lots of perks and special savings on your senior portraits.

Book your senior portrait session NOW - before season and save BIG!  Those interested should contact the studio at 616-532-8650!!!

Those seniors that get photographed before school is out will not only receive special savings - they will be the first to take advantage of our new locations AND new concepts - BRAND NEW...we are anxious to try them out....ON YOU!

Monday, February 16, 2009

Patten, Shape and Texture

Just got back from PPWM (Professional Photographers of West Michigan) monthly meeting and was honored to have won the monthly print competition.  I shot this at Costco while wandering around last week looking for inspiration.  I thought of the "soldier" reference people often make...this is a whole army!  

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Mrs. Moore's heart dissection

Mrs. Moore's 6th grade class at Grandville Central dissected a pig heart today as part of Science.  Here Mrs. Moore is explaining how to locate the different valves of the heart.

This is my son Ben - he is in Mrs. Moore's 6th grade class and loves it!
The students used a straw to go thru the valves - I'm glad none of the kids decided to use the straw in a more traditional way!
The webbed area at the top of this image is the right atrium.
Mrs. Moore commented on how wonderful this particular pig's valves were!
The stringy stuff that is being suspended by this student's finger is the aortic valve - it was REALLY strong!
I laughed when Mrs. Moore held up this blood clot.  She went onto explain to the kids that to avoid blood clots they must continue to get some physical activity - that means getting up and out - preferably outdoors - and what it doesn't mean is more time in front of the computer or video games! WAY TO GO MRS. MOORE!

Kenowa High School Sweetheart Swirl

Kenowa High School had their Sweetheart Swirl this past Saturday, Feb 7th.  It was a techno rave theme and a good time was had by all.  Here are just a few images from the night.  

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Last Friday, February 6th Grandville's Grandview Elementary hosted a Father-Daughter dance, Under the Sea.  A good time was had by all!  I had the honor of doing the portrait photography for the event.  These are some pretty lucky little girls!  Thanks to the dad's for making a memorable night for the girls.  A special thank you to all the parent and student volunteers that helped make the event a huge success!  Following are some images from the evening.  Students will be receiving their portrait packages before the week is out.

Under the Sea - Grandview's Father-Daughter Dance

Friday, February 6, 2009

Grandville Splash 1-31-09

Well, Finally!  I had meant to post these images sooner but it has been one of those weeks.  Grandville's Age Group Swim Club, Splash, had their final meet of the season last Saturday and did very well.  Here are some of my favorite images from the meet...

The swimmers that qualified for the B conference are swimming this Sat, 2-7-09 and the swimmers that qualified for the A conference are swimming next weekend.  The very best of luck to all Grandville SPLASH swimmers!

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Children's Spring Special

Well, it is that time of year again - Spring is on it's way and I will again be running the Children's Spring Special April 3rd and 4th.  The package special is 1- 8 x 10, 2 - 5 x 7s and 8 wallets for $50 - and NO sitting fee!  

Here are a few images from previous years

It is not too early to book your appointment so call TODAY!  616-532-8650