Top 10 of 2010 | Giveaways

4 02 2011

It’s time for the very first Larimie Leigh Photography Giveaway!!!!!!! Wooohooo!!!

Ok, here’s the deal.  Below are my favorite photos from the past year.  All you have to do is tell me which one you like best.  Simply leave a comment telling me which # is your favorite and why.

The client from the winning photo will receive a canvas of their favorite picture from their shoot.  If a non-client related photo wins, the winner will be drawn from those who voted for said photo.

There is one rule:  You can only vote for a picture once.

Facebook comments/Retweets don’t count in the final vote.  Although, both can help you spread the word…hint hint.

So get it in gear!  Cast your vote today! Don’t forget to tell your friends and family so they can cast their votes too!

Voting closes Friday, February 18th at 5:00p.m. cst.  The winner will be announced the following week.

Happy voting!

10

Unseen footage

 

9

Emmy loves block letters

8

Abandoned

7

Suz and Matt, young love.

6

The comfort of a father

5

Baby Sage

4

Austin stole my heart

3

Toes

2

Beautiful baby bump

1

Gorgeous

*The canvas size will depend on the photograph chosen.

* Anyone can vote but you must be a Texas resident to win.  Sorry, I can’t afford to ship a canvas across the country…it ties back to that whole starving artist thing… : )


Ohh what are these buttons down here?? Facebook, Twitter, WordPress….give them a click to help spread the word!

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Week 40: Skyline

5 12 2010

The beautiful Austin skyline.  Love the clouds, the trees and the geese.  I’m so happy I live here.  Blessed.

For a different perspective of the Austin skyline check out week 31: reflection.  Which do  you like better?





Week 10: Night-time

4 05 2010

I had quite the touristy day in Austin.  I went to Mount Bonnell(the highest point in Austin, 775ft.), walked around the capitol building(constructed from 1882-88) and watched the bats fly out from under the Congress St. bridge(1.5 million bats to be exact).  After the bats were done, the crowd began to disperse and I was left with the Austin skyline, perfect for my night-time assignment.  I decided to play around this time.  I experimented with long exposures and the zoom effect.  The results were interesting…can’t wait to try it out again.

Zoom out effect:

Zoom in effect:

 Which do you prefer, in or out??








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