I've posted photos of my quilts on the Fleur de Lis Quilts FB page. You can find it at this url address: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Evergreen-LA/Fleur-de-Lis-Quilts-and-Accessories/137911612920543
I've sewn a couple more purses and hope to add them to my etsy shop tomorrow afternoon. That's if I can get home early enough. Today I visited the cemetary where my mother was buried two weeks ago. I cleaned up around her grave and tossed the dead flowers left from the funeral. Then, of course, I went to visit daddy. That took lots of time and I missed the light for taking photos, so maybe tomorrow I'll get to shoot the new purses and reshoot a few hairbows. They really are pretty, but I'm such a horrible photographer that I somehow manage to make them look bad. Not a good way to sell online! In fact, everything thing I read about online shops begins with "Post good photos!" My poor shop may be doomed.
Here's a question: how can someone see the details of a quilt and be able to find every little problem but not be able to see that a photo is out of focus or that there's something off in the background? I'm calling it photo blindness--I'm blind to the uglies in my photos.