April 28, 2010Krista | Violette Moving PortraitPosted in Moving Portraits | Fusion,Violette | Boudoir

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Kate B. Amazing!! Your work is breathtaking! {April 28, 2010, 09:57pm}
TheViolets Thank you so much Kate, such a kind girl. We love what we do : ) We hope some day you'll find yourself in front of our lenses. {April 29, 2010, 08:55pm}
Daniel McCully AWESOME! {May 05, 2010, 10:17pm}
corinne McCullough You can just feel the love in all of these pictures.....just delicious...all of them....but I love 7/8 the best. {May 06, 2010, 07:16pm}

Krista | Violette Moving Portrait | April 28, 2010

March 15, 2010Rilyn in the Rain | Moving PortraitPosted in Little Violets,Moving Portraits | Fusion

We had lots of fun shooting this one! Everyone loves to go out on sunny days to take photos, but what about the rainy ones? I have always wanted to shoot in the rain, personally I feel it would make for some really dramatic and fun shots. Figures that it took the courage of a child to make it happen : ) Rilyn was such a great sport, and for being such a “girly girl” she sure took to pouncing into puddles well!

This is the premiere Little Violets Moving Portrait and we couldn’t be more pleased to share it with ya’ll. Capturing a child’s movements, voice, and reactions really contributes to the creation of a rich portrait and memento to keep and share though the generations. For most of us, our familial documentation is scant if existent at all. We may have a few old pictures of our mother when she was a little girl, or some of us might be lucky enough to have some Super8 footage from some bygone vacation to Florida or birthday party.

Imagine having a Moving Portrait of your mother as a little girl, or yourself, or little one  to pass down, share, and enjoy on special occasions. We are very excited and thankful that we can use our gifts toward such a beautiful and worth end: family heirlooms.

We hope you enjoy,

The Violets

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Kristie Salsbury I cannot thank you enough for this precious gift...I will cherish this forever! You have proven again what most of us already know....what talented artists you truly are!! Love to you both, Kristie {March 15, 2010, 05:53pm}
sarah rouleau I LOVE LOVE LOVE it!! I want one's with my boys! It bring tears to my eyes and I don't even know this little girl, but now I do! {March 15, 2010, 10:50pm}
Susannah I love love love this! We'll have to chat about doing something with Stella... Beautiful job guys! {March 22, 2010, 09:04am}
TheViolets Thank you all for the kind compliments. We are very excited about Moving Portraits and look forward to doing a lot more in the future :) You girls are all on the cutting edge of family documentation; excited to work with you Susannah and Sarah! {March 29, 2010, 01:36pm}
Brooke This is amazing! I have never seen anything like it!! {November 16, 2010, 05:26pm}

Rilyn in the Rain | Moving Portrait | March 15, 2010

March 10, 2010A Moving PortraitPosted in Moving Portraits | Fusion,Portraits

What is a Moving Portrait? A Moving Portrait is cinematic in nature, a collection of moving pictures/stills. Each frame is carefully considered, contributing to a momentum of imagery that tells a story and projects a feeling that is unique to you. Stills continue to play an integral role in the moving portrait. Laced throughout, stills let us hold  those moments in time that so easily slip through our fingers or go unnoticed revealing a part of ourselves or loved ones that passing time seems to rob us of. Inversely the cinematic element reminds us of the poetry of motion and subtlety of expression that a alludes the still. We hope you enjoy the first of many  Winding Violets Moving Portraits.

Who: Jessica Strong

What: Moving Portait

Where: Winding Violets Studio and Kingston Ontario

When: March 6th, 2010

Why: Because it is beautiful

Music by Pricilla Ahn (such a beautiful song, thank you)

Naomi Claire ooooooh beauuuutiful!! love. love. love it. {March 11, 2010, 10:47am}
Erinn Williams That is amazing! {March 11, 2010, 12:00pm}
TheViolets Well thank you very much Naomi & Erinn ! We worked very hard to make this happen; it's nice to see people enjoying it. Thank-you also for leaving a comment, nice to see what people think : ) Hope you both have a great day. {March 11, 2010, 02:44pm}
Sarah Rouleau It's so beautiful! I love how you can see every picture come together. I knew what the photo was going to be before I saw the actual pictures just from the movie part. I think it really demonstrates how a photographers "eye" works and how we see things that others don't. It looks like a lot of work went into it. It captures all of the moments so much more than just the picture. It captures the mood that isn't always "felt" in a photo. Are you planning on doing this with weddings? Awesome job! {March 12, 2010, 10:44pm}
TheViolets Thanks for your kind words Sarah. Glad you enjoyed it : ) {March 12, 2010, 11:40pm}

A Moving Portrait | March 10, 2010