I love designing 10×20 storyboards for clients…It’s almost like putting puzzle pieces together.   It’s amazing how, by placing several images together, the series can create a completely different feeling, or final result, than the images would have conveyed by themselves. 

^ These two images really enhance each other and in my opinion, look more complete together than by themselves.   I like how the background seems extended and almost makes the image look panoramic. 

^ This series of images tells a story.  Shows an action.  Displays love.  :)

^ This series, images taken over an entire session, shows interaction with this new little family member in different positions…these all reinforce the tenderness and LOVE that a new baby brings into a family.   

From these examples, I think there’s definitely power in numbers.  :)   ~m

6 Responses to “[storyboarding]”

  1. jen Says:

    love the detail shot added to the portrait! your storyboards are one of my favorite things you do!

  2. sarah goodman Says:

    Gorgeous images and I LOVE when they are coupled in a storyboard…beautifully done!

  3. Jessica N Says:

    These are so wonderful! I love the one with the butterfly! You make this look easy! ;-) Nice work.

  4. James Dunn Says:

    I love storyboards. I love creating stories behind the images in my head =) these are lovely.

  5. G Says:

    Beautiful- as always! =)

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