It’s time to take advantage of the capabilities of your DSLR that you spent so much money on. No need to keep using it as a point & shoot.
I’ve attended numerous classes and my main complaint was class size. I want to get together with others in a small group environment where we can focus more on what YOU want to know.
The Tuesday and Wednesday classes, either morning or evening, will be divided up into three classes, each covering different, but related subject matter. At the end of your third class I want to see what you can do…. what you can do that you couldn’t do before.
The Saturday class will be a one day, four hour class. In that one day we will go over the same subject matter and finish up with a photo shoot.
Each class size will be limited and seats are reserved on a first come, first served basis.
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I’ve been working on the layout for Sarah’s version of her album… and I like it better than the one I did for myself. I always do better work for clients than I do for myself. Perhaps I should slow down when doing things for the studio and put the TLC into it that I give my clients’ projects. This is going to be a gorgeous 10×10 coffee table book and I cannot wait to get it in their hands. jb
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Whitney, came by today for new head shots…. and we started out with some really safe, business worthy, traditional stuff. Then, we decided to do something deserving of her true personality. Head shots shouldn’t be boring. They should be HOT! Here’s a sample of what we ended up with.
Whitney from Panacea Day Spa
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Who would have imagined getting two beautiful snow days in one winter in this area? Two years ago I watched my two youngest children attempt to make a snow man out of less than 1/8th inch of sleet on top of the picnic table. Today, I came home from my two portrait sessions to find a 7ft tall snow man being built in my front yard. Life is good.
Last night, on a whim, I tweeted that I needed a couple for a shoot this morning… and ended up accepting a second. We had a blast. I know, without a doubt, that there will be more photos in the galleries that I like better than these, but I promised to get some of them on the blog tonight. Here they are. After that, I’m taking off my photographer hat and putting on my dad slippers and finding my spot on the sofa.
The first four are of Nikki and Tyler, while the last four are of Heather and Lyndle. Thanks to both couples for braving the snow/ice packed roads this morning.
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Today I sat in my office, working on designing graduation announcements and sorting images for an album. While searching through massive archives of photographs from the past decade, I ran across a simple photo from one of Ian’s t-ball games and found myself dreaming of green grass and warmer temps. Dreaming of sitting on weathered bleachers, eating way-to-salty popcorn and cheering for both teams. I found myself not working. Instead of working, I was more inclined to stare out my window at the dormant trees, the brown grass and the remnants of ice and snow that clung to the ground… hoping to see them start to turn green. Imagining that the sunshine outside was as warm as it pretended to be.
It’s February 3, 2011 and I’m ready for winter and it’s bleakness to fade into our memories. I’m ready for lush fields of grass in which I have a bride standing in a $3000.00 wedding gown. For beautiful shade trees for an engaged couple to “hang out” while I move about them with my camera.
Guess what,,, it’s not that time yet. So for now, I’m going to take my clients into the dormant world and make art. Art that is their own. I’m going to put on my warmest hat, grab my gear and with confidence and lack of fear, charge headstrong into the world and create beautiful images. … and while I’m doing it, I’m going to dream of t-ball games and endless hours on the soccer field.
Happy Thursday, everybody. Face the cold without fear or regret.
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