My wife has been recovering from a major surgery for the last two months and she’s at a point where most of it is behind her and she can finally return to a bit of normalcy. During the last two months I haven’t really had the opportunity to pick up the camera and shoot much […]
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Creative live is hosting a live 3 Day workshop called Exploring the light with Rick Sammon and day 2 is happening as I type this. The seminar can be found by clicking HERE! Go have a watch if you’re interested in learning more about lighting in your photography.
I stumbled upon the following “gem of a post” on another photographers site this morning. If you plan on being a guest at a wedding, then may I suggest you follow the link and please please please take the time to read it. If you are a soon to be bride, then you may also want […]
Since this blog is only a few days old, I’m going to be adding a few things I’ve recently been working on, and a few things from the last few months past. One of those items are experimenting with high-key images. Often, high-key images involve some post processing to achieve the final look, but the […]
If you are unfamiliar with the concept of a “Trash the Dress” shoot, please visit the Wikipedia site for the definition and where the concept originated HERE. First, let me set a few things straight for the record. In my opinion, it’s difficult to find a bride that is willing to do a “trash the […]