On-budget waterproof camera

Last Summer I decided I want to try underwater photography. I did quite a lot of researching on the equipment and realized I simply can't afford it. No, mam! Even the waterproof cases - the ones I would trust to use, not the DIY ziplock bags. So, I was kind of sad I had to... Continue Reading →

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Honey Sweetened Coconut Oil Peanut Butter

I finally did it.  I made peanut butter and now I curse myself why I hadn't done it earlier.  Easy. Fast. Cheap. Delicious.  It takes me 5 minutes to make it.  it has 3 ingredients.  and if I let them, my kids would devour it in one sitting.  I buy my peanuts in bulk: roasted... Continue Reading →

Self-Portrait of the Photographer {Portrait Photography, San Jose, CA}

Who’s up to a challenge? 🙂

Ewa Samples Photography

Taking pictures is my passion. It is a passion of every photographer out there, at least this is what I believe in.

We spent hours on end shooting, editing, thinking about locations or location hunting, visualizing sessions with clients, browsing the Internet and organizing our Pinterst boards. Everything for one purpose – to become a better photographer and to serve our clients better. Many of us have mastered and memorized all the techniques of encouraging our models to feel comfortable in front of the camera. We know a lot about posing, how to make people look good, how to use the light and how to use every bit of space as a good spot for a photograph.

We take tremendous amounts of pictures weekly… Don’t we.

But how many pictures of ourselves, with kids, with spouses or without them, do we have?
How many times when somebody said, “hey you’ve…

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Coconut flour Coffee Cake aka I can’t believe I made gluten free cheesecake and I loved it!

So, my last adventure with coconut flour was a disaster.  I made pancakes and they were actually awful. So the rest of the flour there was left had been sitting in my kitchen for months now, until last week my husband went to the store and bought 3 dozen eggs. Yes, this is what happens... Continue Reading →

Crochet Granny Squares Kid’s Poncho and Hat

This project had its beginning because of a few left-over granny squares. When I saw them I immediately thought about making granny squares hat for my daughter; I came across one somewhere on Pinterest and it stuck in my head since. So, as soon as I dug out those left-over squares from a box with... Continue Reading →

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