Monday, December 22, 2008

Happy Holidays from the Weston Family

2008 has been a busy yet satisfying year for our family.

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We wish you the best in health, employment, spirit, and happiness for the New Year!
Happy Holidays from our family to yours,

The Westons

Friday, December 12, 2008

GRAND OPENING: All American Pet Emporium in Niles!

What does your pet want for Christmas? This holiday season, consider taking professional photographs of your favorite furry friend! Join Weston Photography and All American Pet Emporium for Holiday Pet Portraits with SANTA at the grand opening of their new boutique in beautiful, downtown Niles.

Pet Boutique Grand Opening with SANTA!
Saturday, December 20th, 11am-2pm
All American Pet Emporium
37323 Niles Blvd.
Fremont, CA 94536

Janine Weston
Weston Photography
capturing life in a natural light

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Weston Photography: Holiday Cards

Time to turn your holiday cards over to a professional...

A stunning holiday card is composed of three things:
1. Professional photographs
2. Clean design
3. Superior print quality

With Weston Photography, you get all three. This year, work with Janine Weston of Weston Photography to create a holiday greeting card that makes an impact.

Weston Photography
capturing life in a natural light

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Holiday Pet Portraits 2008

'Tis the season to be jolly...
Bring your favorite member of the family to Pet Food Express in Fremont on Saturday, December 13th from 12-3pm for Weston Photography's Holiday Pet Portraits. The professional portraits are sponsored by Furry Friend's Rescue and Weston Photography with 20% of profits donated to Furry Friends Rescue. Holiday Pet Portrait sessions include a FREE sitting, online proofing and print ordering, option to purchase digital negatives, and a broad selection of quality 4x8 and 5x7 holiday card templates. Hope to see you there!

Pet Food Express
39010 Paseo Padre Pkwy
Fremont, CA
(510) 713-9999‎

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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Senior Portraits

Senior year is monumental in the grand scheme of things. It is the perfect time to capture the youth, beauty, and charm of your senior. These years of growing responsibility, independence, and college acceptance should culminate with senior pictures to freeze time and create memories for the future. Janine Weston of Weston Photography will utilize her interpersonal sensitivity during the portraiture session, making your son or daughter feel comfortable with the process, while capturing him or her in a flattering natural light. Pictured here is Maria, a talented young woman radiating with natural beauty in the great outdoors.

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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Charlotte at the Beach

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Charlotte & Parents

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Charlotte's Family in San Francisco

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Charlotte in San Francisco Part 2

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Charlotte in San Francisco

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Photographing Newborns: Putty In Your Hands

After nine long months of anxious waiting, there is nothing like holding a sleeping newborn in your arms. Pictured here is baby Tycho, at 6 days old. His mother and father were so patient and loving with him. Tycho blessed us with his cooperative nature and sweet spirit. "Newborns are best photographed within the first two weeks of their birth. Their drowsy demeanor makes them 'putty in your hands'--an essential to capturing images of sleepy infants," says Janine Weston of Weston Photography. Janine also recommends scheduling ahead and marking your calendar to set up your newborn portrait session within the first two weeks after your due date.
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Monday, September 8, 2008

Weston Photography: The Family Portrait

The family portrait records the evolution of a family. Images of ourselves with our children, grandchildren, parents, and grandparents are certainly among the most valuable we will ever possess. When selecting clothing for your portrait session, consider the following:

*Mid-tone colors look best—not too bright, not too dark
*Select clothing that compliments your skin tone, body form, personality, and environmental backdrop
*Fabrics like eyelet, denim, corduroy, velvet, and lace, add texture to your portrait
*AVOID black, stripes, busy patterns, or other very dark colors
*Select interesting collars, buttons, or other detail near your face
*Coordinate clothing within the group by selecting from a complimentary color palette

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