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Your posts are with insecurity, just like I am with myself in too many aspects. Very recognizable. I know this needs to change from within, but comments/positive feedback do help and there fore: I love your first shoot. You would NEVER think this is your first shoot. You take this very seriously and it turns out GREAT. I love the way you took the kids, great location, great composition. Keep going!

Good for you! You have found your gift (one I many you have, I suspect) and you are running with it. I am reading "Experiencing God" and I just dug through to find this quote that came to mind when I read your story: "The affirmation comes after the obedience."

Keep it up!

Very nice pictures! Too bad you don't live closer, I have four kiddos you could practice on!

The pictures are beautiful!! You did a great job.

You did it! These pictures look so professional. I love the backdrops for every single one of them! I think you have discovered your gift/talent. I have been reading your blog for awhile now and I just had to take the time to comment today.
I am so inspired that I want to go get the big fancy camera I have had my eye on and dive in.
Great job!!

Heather:)

Crystal, they're beautiful!! Please keep it up & I second the be kind to yourself. You're doing great. Quite amazing, actually!

They are fantastic...You are doing great!!

Those are awesome pictures! I know it's hard sometimes to see it yourself when it's your craft but they are wonderful. The lighting, the angles, and colors are beautiful. :)

Your last line cracked me up.
When I first started I messed up and tried again. I made mistakes in editing and learned from that too. I figures out along the way what and how I needed to do things. You'll get there..and only by trying.
Can't wait to see you grow.

These look amazing! Please keep going and be a little easier on yourself, you have something!

wow, hard on yourself much! lol. Those are great and I cannot wait to keep reading.

I totally hear you! I'm just starting out too, and it really is so nerve-wracking. You did great though :)

Look at you my friend! Good job! What kind of lens did you get?

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