Archive for February, 2010
We’ve photographed Graham on a couple different occasions, but this time was special. His daddy, Cory, had been on duty over seas and he finally made it home. I was thrilled to have them all stop by the studio for some family shots and then some of the G-man by himself, to celebrate his turning one year old.
I’ve had several people ask about some photos I took last summer in our garden and I’ve finally decided to release them. In what seems to be an endless winter, these are perfect to add a touch of springtime life to your home or office. We’ll only be offering the individual prints until the end of February. After that we will only be selling the entire six print collection.
This is a collection of 6 – 9×12 prints mounted and ready to frame. You can purchase them individually for $50.00 per print, or all six for $240.00. If you are interested, please give our office a call at 870-425-7671.
After one of my favorite people in the world requested, we’ll also be offering a 24×12 inch collage print. This print will be mounted on double-weight matboard for $140.00, plus $8.00 s/h.
Garden Print Collection
Valentine’s Day. A day to celebrate love. Right? Well it’s also a day to brave the cold wind and shoot some great senior portraits. We had a blast, but one thing stuck with me about this shoot… animals. Let’s see, we started out with a horse, encountered several dogs (of various sizes) and I ended up being scared to death by a cat that began bouncing around the cab of a big ol’ farm truck. This cat popped up out of no where and went from one side of the cab to the other, trying to find its way out. Oh, and then there was Murray. A GIGANTIC dog who was trying to protect me from a rather playful dog. During Murray’s guard duty, he nearly mowed me over. The thing that tied all this together was Tabitha and some great portraits. Here are a few of my favorites from her session.
Tabitha from Flippin
Feb 01 2010
Last weekend Trisha and I met Tyrel and Lana in Fayetteville for what we’d hoped would be a fairly warm and sunny Sunday morning. It turned out that we had a cloudy, windy and cold Sunday morning. I forgot to wear a hat, so my bald head was COLD!!! The pictures, however, were hot. We had such a great time with this session and ended up getting some awesome photos. Here are a few of my favorite selections from their gallery.