This quaint little inn is on my way to just about everything. It’s right in the heart of Windsor and I pass by it many times a week. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting Nate, the innkeeper, when I did the jewelry shoot with Gosia Meyer. Great place and great people. One of my many…… Continue reading Snapdragon Inn
Tuesday I was scheduled to have a father/son shoot late in the afternoon. As things unfolded, it turned out that my client couldn’t make it. Rather than skip the shoot, I decided to do it anyway with my own father and son duo. I had the ideas, location and final day on a rental portrait…… Continue reading Father & Son Shoot
To say that I am ecstatic with the results of this shoot would be an understatement. Early in the week, the forecast was calling for rain. Since rescheduling would be difficult, we chose to stick it out and hope that it was a light rain at worst. I brainstormed ways that we could work with…… Continue reading Stacie & Zachary
I had a fantastic shoot today and on my way home I decided to meander the back roads. Here’s 2 panos from my adventures. Taken with the new pano feature on the iPhone 5.
I’m on a posting roll! Don’t worry, I’ll slink back into business in a couple days. Get it while you can. It ebbs and flows. In the mean time, I’ve been catching up with all the blogs and companies I like. I found another contest in which I’d like to participate. The ladies over at…… Continue reading Friends
I’m always developing my editing style. Reading tutorials and pushing the limits. HDR (high dynamic range) is something I’d like to work with more. I don’t like the crunchy, over processed look so I’m going at it, trying to find my style within the process. This is one I was messing with last night.
I mentioned it in my last post but I just have to reiterate how thankful I am that my mother shares my passion. I delight in seeing her perspective. A grandmothers view. Her read of available light. Not to mention that 95% of the pictures of me in the last several years have been from…… Continue reading 5 Ways