December 1, 2011

Easy Canvas is easy and a GREAT gift

I was so happy to finally get to try out Easy Canvas for our family portraits!I have been seeing their advertisements online online, Groupon, etc. But haven't had the photos or the opportunity to try them out.  Finally, this past month it all came together so that I could get a canvas or two of my own.

Although it was really hard to get my Diesel, our German Shepherd Dog talked into a photo shoot, I finally talked him into it.

I thought hubby would be the one who hesitated but he was great and, not nearly as hard to make presentable. After Thornhill Photography got ahold of us, we came out looking pretty good!  We now have some awesome looking canvas's!  I'm a happy to have family photos of myself, hubby and our furry son Diesel.  Especially since we almost lost him last year due to the hideous brown recluse bites.

Here's how they turned out:

This was our 12X18

This was our 16X20 (and my fav).  They look better in person.  They are shiny which is sort of hard to take a picture of.  At least when you lack in photography skills like me.

I just love them!  The photographs that Mike with Thornhill Photography took were awesome.  It was just what I wanted.  We have such beautiful mountains here and one of my good friends Grandmother was nice enough to let us use her front yard to take the photos.  And put up with our crazy mutt running around wanting to chase squirrels.

Thanks guys for your help in making my canvas's a great success!

And thanks Easy Canvas for the canvas's.  Check them out by clicking on the ad on my sidebar.  They are having some great deals.  And, I have a couple $10 off gift cards!   Leave a comment and i will draw the winners on Wednesday.

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Rachael West said...

Beautiful photos Tiff and high five to Mr. Mike!

Unknown said...

Wow those turned out great!

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Mike Thornhill Photography said...

My job is always easy with photogenic subjects. And you and Daniel weren't too bad, either! 'Twas an honor to be selected for this project. Looks like the canvases came out great!

Anonymous said...

Two things Tiff, your husband looks happy, and did you know RBaker's Dog is named Diesel?