I was a little hasty when I revamped my logo and website for seniors last year. It’s not that it was bad, it’s that it didn’t fit. The logo was very “in your face” and didn’t jive with how I actually *felt* about the photography. Now on the other hand, I think it still works [...]
Good things are always worth traveling for. And travel we did, all the way out into the country-town that is Darlington, Indiana. Her grandparents had a neat property they said they wanted to use, and hey, we’re *always* open to unique locations. Actually, we absolutely love when clients suggest places we would otherwise never know [...]
Ms. Jordan is our lovely all-American 2013 senior model representing Bethesda Christian High School.I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. She’s gorgeous and an absolute natural in front of the camera. She’s also straight-up a very genuine person just talking to her. We met up with her and her mother in downtown Indy and she’s [...]
See? I promised I’d get caught up eventually. Brogan, Brogan… As her best friend would describe her, “…the craziest, most fun-loving hot mess I’ve ever met.” I’d say she’s up there. She’s got a great sense of humor and overall relaxed view to life. It was a joy spending time photographing her on a beautiful [...]
Well… um. Yeah, so I’m way behind on getting my blog updated. Stop rubbing it in. This summer was a weird one. It was too hot to do many shoots, but I had a huge work load from a massive spring of senior models and weddings. But the weather is getting cool, and that means [...]
I don’t have a habit of trespassing, but Michelle came up to meet me from quite a distance and I had seen this cool silo for quite some time and I wanted to use it. So we did.Bokeh panorama, 60 frames, 24mm f/0.4 equiv.
While we didn’t get started with sessions until a little later than I had anticipated, that is no matter. We started off strong! Rebecca was our first senior model for the Class of 2013, and needless to say, I’m excited to get to work with her again in the fall. This little (and I mean [...]
If you’ve followed me for any length of time, you know that I love bokeh panoramas (also known as the Brenizer Method). You’d also know that their general purpose is to exaggerate depth of field and cause the background to look more blurred-out than most camera lenses allow by themselves. Normally I will shoot a [...]