Natural Remedies for a Healthy Heart!
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The sign of Leo rules over the heart (as well as the back) so it is not unusual for people born under this sign to have issues with their heart. Leo is also connected with love, think of an affectionate and purring pussycat that just wants to be stroked and adored, who wouldn’t love that?
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So even though Leo is the lion, and therefore a carnivore that traditionally likes his meat, I am switching my recipe up this month and in keeping with our “healthy heart” theme, bringing you a recipe for a lovely summer burger made with one of our oil rich fish instead of ground meat.
For my latest article on PhotoServe’s Surveillance section, we switched things up and I interviewed my pal Amy Salzman, former Art Buyer with McCann Erickson and now Senior Art Producer for William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, which is part of the McCann World Group. Amy has also taken part in several of my creative panel discussions and has always been a lot of fun to work with, so check out the article for some inside insights by clicking on this link: Amy Salzman July2010
aaContinuing on with our theme of “humor” this month we are showcasing photographers who shoot surprise, surprise, imagery that is humorous! And by this I don’t mean photographers that shoot a funny image once in a while, I mean these are photographers whose humor is an integral part of their work and is woven either blatantly or subtly throughout their imagery. So go on, have a good chuckle!
First up is a client of mine from Philadelphia, Michael Sahadi. I really enjoyed working with him because he was very keen to refine his imagery down into one single portfolio that reflected his specific style of environmental portraiture, and I think we accomplished that. This is a recent image from him that is a hilarious portrait of two dentists. I cracked up when I saw it, and I loved the subject line he chose for the e-mail promotion, which was,
“Just say ahhhh…”
© Michael Sahadi
Natural Remedies for Stomach Problems
© Adriana Mullen
Greetings everyone, and welcome to the July ChatterBulletin, and to the season of Summer, which began officially on June 21st, the day of the Summer Solstice. The word “Solstice” literally means, “the Sun stands still.” And so it is, on June 21st, the Sun, having reached its highest point in the sky, pauses before continuing on his journey towards the Autumnal Equinox, followed by the Winter Solstice, during which time we will lose one minute of light each day. But that’s a long way off, so let’s stick with the present and this month’s theme, which is Motherhood & Family.
Motherhood & Family
Continuing on with the theme of “family” this month we are showcasing photographers who shoot maternity and family portraiture, with an emphasis on the bond between mother and child.
First up is a client of mine from a couple of years ago, photographer Koren Reyes, who has taken the “maternity” genre and primarily (although not exclusively) focused her business on that. You can imagine how wonderful it is for the mothers-to-be to have such beautiful and artistic images to remember their pregnancies by, (especially when the kid reaches the “terrible twos” and is driving her crazy!) and this image is no exception.
© Koren Reyes
You may recall the Katvans from last month’s bulletin when we featured photographers who work together as couples or partners.
© Katvan Studios
My latest ChatterCorner article for the Surveillance section of PhotoServe is also about this charming duo, so check out the full article to learn more about the two of them and how they work by clicking on this link: Katvan Studios June2010