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eBook Cover Photo Shoot – Sneak Peek!

By 10/27/2011January 28th, 201721 Comments

My first eBook will be ready soon (update – it’s ready now – see ad to the right). We just need to find someone to do the design and lay-out. I would prefer to hire a designer who has actually put an eBook together but that person is proving to be difficult to find.

The idea for the covers came from a coffee table vignette I saw in a magazine. First Irene and I went to Whole Foods to buy food in all the right colours.

This is what selecting six perfect figs looks like : )

This is the studio where we started with a pristine white backdrop!

Do you think I own enough little vases? I’m obsessed with them.

This is the first cover we shot that day. See the porcelain tile with yellow, pink and gray undertones? Pink and yellow-beige tones only seems to work found together in tile. After that you have to choose which direction to go with the rest of your finishes, otherwise what you end up with is undertones that fight and just look dirty together.

We used a mosaic  for the “colour” cover.


This is my fabulous photographer Jennifer Houghton with her very cool ripped jeans!

This will on of the covers. Photography by Jennifer Houghton

What do you think of my colour chip ‘canapes’?

Download my eBook, It’s All in the Undertones. If you have a computer, you can download my book!

If you would like your home to fill you with happiness every time you walk in, contact me.

To make sure the undertones in your home are right, get some large samples!

If you would like to learn to how choose the right colours for your home or for your clients, become a True Colour Expert.

Related posts:

Photo shoot for my new Website (including the bloopers)

What every Designer should know about Photography

Photo shoot in Morgan Creek

It’s all in the Undertones, download my ebook here. (if you have a computer you can download my book)

If you would like your home to fill you with happiness every time you walk in, contact me.

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