Congratulations on your engagement! A wedding is one of life’s most important events, and is as unique as each of the two saying “I do.” However, as different as every wedding and couple are, one thing remains the same. And that’s the inclusion of wedding photography. Every couple wants beautiful photos that they will cherish forever.
Planning a big traditional wedding? A small intimate celebration? A fun elopement? Or anything in between? Gina Mizzoni Photography has got you covered! Continue reading
2018 Holiday Specials Las Vegas
Friends, there’s never been a better time to get your family together for custom photographs to cherish forever. 2018 Holiday Specials Las Vegas
This season, Gina Mizzoni Photography is offering THREE incredible holiday specials. Whether you’re looking for something short and sweet (á la “Mini Shoot”)… savings on a regular full photography session… or discounted prints to deck your walls (or to give as the perfect holiday gift), we’ve got you covered! Continue reading
Interior and Exterior Photography: Resolution Realty
Visual storytelling is an essential component of a stellar marketing plan. Successful businesses and brands understand that photographs help tell clients and prospects who that company or brand is, in seconds. Visual storytelling can consist of different types of photos, from candid, behind-the-scenes captures of employees and management hard at work or interacting with clients, to composite shots of products, brand lifestyle images, simple photographs of the place where associates do business (interior and exterior photography), and so much more. The right mix of visual portfolio is as unique as the brand it represents.
Real estate companies ahead of their game understand the importance of photographs that sell. Obviously, every realtor is going to have photos of the homes they’re selling. However, the good ones know that their clients, prospective clients, agents and prospective agents want to see the whole package. The place from which they operate is a vital aspect of the experience for anyone who does business with them. Therefore, interior and exterior photography of their headquarters is a must. Continue reading
Lightroom Presets Review: Strike A Pose by SleekLens
Well, hello there. Yes, yes, it’s been a while. It’s been a while since I last blogged (please don’t judge me; I promise I’ll do better). And, it’s been a while since I experimented with a new editing tool. If you have missed me, well, awww, I’ve missed you, too. I’m also excited to share with you, in blog form (woo-hoo!) a new product that I’ve been experimenting with over the past couple months. It’s SleekLens Strike A Pose Portrait Workflow. The company, SleekLens, offered me their product at no cost in exchange for an honest review. We’ll get to that review in just a moment, but first I’d like to explain my usual editing process… Continue reading
The Four Seasons of Self-Development
With the exception of the many “Back to School Sale” ads on every corner, yellow bus sightings, flashing lights of school zones, and a few breezy, 90-something-degree days, there’s not much that indicates September has arrived in Las Vegas.
But here it is – September 1st to be exact – and I find myself a little shocked that summer is almost over. But, I say that every year, so what else is new?
This summer has been jam-packed with growth, both professionally and personally… and might I add that this includes the “adulting” department as well?
For me, each season of the year has its own theme, and I’m not referring to merely holiday or weather-related things, like beach balls or pumpkin lattes, although of course that is part of it. What I’m talking about, however, is an overall way of living and being for each particular season. Continue reading
Bohemian Home: Decorating on a Budget
I was really proud to have accomplished one of my biggest goals for the year of 2015, which was to finally decorate our home. After living here for three years (now four), I decided it was time to make the changes needed for our home to better reflect our personality and style. And, fortunately, Dave was on board with that plan.
With the exception of new flooring, all of the changes made to our home were incredibly affordable. For the most part, all that was required was some paint, painting tools, Pinterest and an open mind.
While our home is very much still in the transformation phase and has a long way to go before our vision is fully realized, I feel that it’s important to embrace where we’re currently at in this process. Therefore, I decided to share some photos of what our home looks like today, along with a few tips that may help inspire others with decorating on a budget. Most of these changes were made over the course of the entire year of 2015. Continue reading
Death Valley Pupfish: Living Fossils
Living in the desert is a privilege. I’m often reminded of that whenever I go hiking or exploring in the expansive lands that surround our crazy 24/7 city. Outside the glittering lights and honking horns, life is quiet and serene… the landscape is breathtaking… and adventure abounds. The best part? You don’t have to travel very far at all, thanks to so many amazing options at your disposal.
The more you explore these lands, the more you’ll want to experience… at which point, if you’re up for a day-trip, you’ll be in luck, as there are so many places located just a short day-trip away! Continue reading
My Fur Babies, My Everything
There is no one clear, set definition of what a family is. It’s something that can only be defined by each individual. It’s the place where your heart resides. It’s the symbolic home of everything you hold dearest to you. For me, the core of that are my fur babies, my everything. Continue reading
Blogging Fail: Prisoner of Self-Censorship
Confession: The voice of my soul has become a prisoner of self-censorship and, as a result, the amount of regular content I’ve shared on this blog has flat-lined to the point of nonexistence.
When it comes to writing, I have allowed my inner critic to drown out my voice. By setting too many boundaries on what’s appropriate to share on this blog, I have lost connection to my soul expression. My attention to what’s an appropriate or smart content strategy has pinned me down to the point of blogging paralysis. Continue reading