Houston Family Photographer | Houston Child Photographer | Baby Photographer Houston bio picture
  • Hi. I'm Amy...a photographer here in Houston, Texas. Families, babies and children are what make my heart sing. I like to think I catch the divine in the ordinary using natural light and everyday settings. My style is pretty simple. It’s a dab of traditional (for my youngest clients) mixed with modern lifestyle portraiture, indoors and out. Candid shots are my favorite. I want to capture a child’s spirit and a family's personality, even if that's not traditional smiles. My #1 goal...to photograph families in real life, not something that was imagined or 'created'...to not just tell a story or get a certain 'shot', but to tell your story though a collection of photographs, capturing all the joy that fills your soul. The greatest satisfaction for me, is knowing when you look at these photographs years from now, they will radiate of all the splendor that your children have brought to your life and will offer an heirloom of memories for generations to come. If you want photographs that are a little different and are not afraid to let lose a little with your kids, then I most certainly am the photographer for you! Just click that little contact tab above and let's book your session. ;-)

The Softer Side | Houston Newborn Photographer

As I was wrapping up editing on a recent newborn session, I fell in love with one particular photograph.  Then when I processed in in black and white, it made me love it even more.  As you likely know, most photographs are printed with square edges, right?  Well, I’ve never thought much about it really.  Pictures have square corners.   But for this photograph, I thought (which was a first for me)…what if the corners were rounded?  Would it make a different in the feel of the image?  Well, I think it did.

 I had never made rounded corners in Photoshop before, so with a little help from good old Google, I quickly found out how easy it is with Photoshop.

You might be thinking…well, that looks great on your blog, but how do you get a print with rounded corners??  I was wondering the same thing.  And this is what I have come up with.  Since the only prints that I know you can get die cut (with rounded edges) is wallet size, I will need to get creative.  A digital mat of sorts, will need to be created that frames the photograph which can be easily printed.  It would look something like this:

Which could be  printed on canvas and displayed in a room like this:

If there is a photograph from our session that you feel would be a good candidate for a rounded edge transition, let me know.  I’d love to make something unique for you in the border color of your choice.

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