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Mother's Day is coming up on May 8th. Would you like to make something special for your mom? Something that she can keep for many years to come? Have a look at the Mother's Day Offer on my 'Specials' page:

http://zipporaphotography.blogspot.in/p/specials.html

The Amanda of the 80's :)



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This post is on an 80’s inspired photo shoot. And I know of no one more supportive of the 80’s than Amanda! J She was the perfect person to model for this shoot. Her taste in music, clothes etc. all stem from her love of the 80’s. Amanda is one of the most creative people I know. She’s a wonderful artist, and it seems that anything she touches becomes slightly more stylish and ‘artsy’ – and I’m NOT talking about her husband, Arpit here, of course! :p  


I had been wanting to try out a newspaper backdrop for this shoot, but when editing the photos, I thought that in keeping with the style of the 80’s, the photos needed some ‘pop’ so I added some extra colour effects… I hope you like what I’ve done with these…


Do you think these photos convey the 80's 'spirit'?

Wardrobe courtesy: Dorothy, her sister, and the Tewes and Grams gals (even though they didn't know it!:))




The Stephens :)



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It's been a while since my last family portrait. I'm happy to be posting pictures of another beautiful family :) I know Rabin and Shireen though our church, Powerhouse, and they wanted to get a family photo done as they hadn't had one done after Annika was born.

Here is a family photo of them in their living room:



Revathi



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It's been a while now since my last post, but I've had a lot of editing work to do :) I've been really wanting to do a 'themed' photo shoot, with some props, etc, and I really wasn't sure how or when or what it would be. I'm so grateful for my friend Revathi, who was such a beautiful model and so willing to work with me :)

When I knew that I was going to be doing a photo session with Revathi, I thought it would be so lovely to do a 'vintage' themed shoot. Revathi is one of those people who thinks they actually belong in another time :), and so she seemed perfect for the vintage idea. 

I shall also make use of this opportunity to just say that I am so blessed to have a friend like Revathi in my life. She is a good friend, and has been a big source of encouragement to me. I admire the way she is so confident about who she is, and how she is very sure about what she knows and believes in - be it the way a person addresses a woman, or  how one should prepare a certain dish ;)

 I brought a few things from home for the shoot, and wasn't really sure how we were going to do this, but then I walked into the bedroom and saw Revathi and Sean's beautiful vintage table and it was just perfect! She also had a lovely crockery set which would set the mood nicely. Revathi was also a big help in giving me some of her ideas as to what she could wear... the thought of her wearing a Sari had never crossed my mind, but when she mentioned it, I thought it would add a nice touch!

Here are a few pictures. Hope you enjoy them :)



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