We've been so busy shooting graduation photos at Silverbox, along with designing graduation announcements and invitations. Photo sessions are $70. for 1/2 hour. If interested, please feel free to call the studio anytime at 215.256.6191 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Capturing a moment in time...It's something that goes under the radar much too often. These senior girls are ready to take on whatever life has in store, but wanted to capture this moment in time before graduating. We should all take heed and do this every once in a while.
Everything around us, ourselves
included, is in constant change. Photography is our means of capturing
now - and to remember where we've come from. ~Amanda Van
Silverbox is holding a day for Father's Day photo sessions on Sunday, June 7th at our studio in Lederach. Sessions are $65. for a 15 minute session with five complimentary 4x6 photos chosen by Silverbox. Call 215.256.6191 if you are interested in scheduling and appointment.
Hello to all~ Silverbox just came back from the National Stationery Show in NYC with new products and so much inspiration! Look for new invitations and announcements in many new shapes and sizes in the near future. We can't wait to introduce everything, as we are just buzzing with new ideas!
On another note, it seemed only fitting to pay tribute and close our 2009 Mother's Day sessions, with of course, a picture of my Mother. I love you Mom!!
Black and White Photography does more to evoke
an emotion and freeze a moment in time than any other medium. It makes one look
much closer at the subject and composition due to the lack of natural
color. Emotions are always much easier to portray with Black and White.
As I go through these pictures each night I am blessed with the good fortune and love in meeting each and every one of you. You enrich my life during this time of spring and will look forward to it each and every year.Tonight is dedicated to all those little kisses that were caught by our dearest mothers.
With deepest sincerity,
“Twas not my lips you kissed, but my soul”
I'm always surprised at how many pictures of hands and little toes I take. I feel sometimes those pictures hold so much emotion and most of the time go unnoticed. So here's to our Moms...may you always hold love in your hands and have flowers at your feet. “The best things in life are
nearest: Breath in your nostrils, light in your eyes, flowers at your
feet, duties at your hand, the path of right just before you.
I didn’t realize the depth of my mother’s love until I became a mother. I knew that she loved me because she showed me every day. She was there for me, day in and day out, everyday. Dad worked and went to school, but my mom was always there. She never went to get her nails done, rarely went shopping without one of us kids, and she never went out to lunch with friends. Mom stayed home and took care of us. I took it for granted, but I know the value of it now. I was blessed, and I still am.
Now, when I call her, she is still there. She listens to me complain about the homework, the endless laundry, and the carpools. Unlike my friends who commiserate with me, she tells me how much she misses those days. She encourages me to treasure every minute because these days will be gone all too soon.
Long ago mom told me that the fingerprints that I wipe from the walls will work their way up until one day, they disappear. I’m starting to realize what she meant. I’m so grateful for her wisdom and so blessed to have her in my life.