Wednesday, October 24, 2007

This was literally the quickest shoot I've ever had! We had storm clouds hovering over us so we cranked these out in about 30 minutes. We knew it was times up when it started to POUR on us! This first picture is actually the very last shot I took as we ran to the cars. If you look close enough you can see the streaks of rain...

I really should be in bed, but adding a few photos really quick can't hurt...right? I was going through a few of my old pictures and realized how much I LOVE faces. Does that sound wierd? Oh well if it does, it's the truth. Faces intruige me. Eyes, nose, mouth, cheeks and the great expressions they help us acheive. Here a few pictures that I was looking at. I wish I had more of my old shots, but I'm on a new computer now and have yet to transfer all of them over. So, we'll use what we can. Enjoy...

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Almost here!!

Emy has been one of my best friends ever since junior high. So to see her pregnant with her first baby is truly surreal! She looks so so beautiful and this baby isn't going to have any problems either. Between having a basketball playing dad and a model for a mom, this baby is set before he even gets here. Only a little longer to go... I can't wait to meet him!

Friday, October 12, 2007

For me, children are the hardest, but most rewarding to photograph. I usually leave the sessions feeling like I just left the gym, but that's usually when I know I've gotten some great shots! They keep me on my toes and I love that! My favorite thing about photographing little ones is that they are comfortable with who they are. They are natural in the way they act and move. They don't think too hard about what they look like or how they're posing and that makes all the difference.

Saturday, October 6, 2007

#1 DAD

I know that most people out there think that they have the best dad in the world. In fact, some even have coffee mugs, t-shirts and license plate frames to prove it. Well, my dad doesn't have any of that, but I do feel that I hit the parent jackpot and I am very grateful. My dad has always been a great support when it comes to my interests and I always feel so indebted to him for his help. As a thank you I took these pictures of his BSA that he recently restored. I've never been a part of an undercover shoot before, but I had to sneak into the garage, set up the shot and get out as fast as my legs would carry me and my tripod. My dad is a motorcyle junkie and the garage is practically his bedroom, so the risks were great. But, I'm proud to say that my first undercover mission was accomplished and I have the results to prove it...

Monday, October 1, 2007

Little Amaria. What a darling little girl. I love her two little teeth! I had a great time photographing her and spending some time with her fun parents. We've been friends for a few years now and it still amazes me that most of my friends have babies! It makes me feel a little behind!