Portrait sessions go through a lot of stages.
Paula brought her Daughter Delia over for a session and it went great.
They are so natural together, it made my job so easy to just capture the events as they happened.
Rich Morton is an actor. He’s also a great photographer who has taught me quite abit.
I don’t get the opportunity to shoot astronauts, historical figures and gun-toting pioneers in three corner hats too often. But every year I do when Norwood holds it’s annual Children’s Fourth of July parade.
A summer day, the sun is up early and so am I. And what am I looking for? Beautiful green summer grass.
They have huge fields with small yellow flowers hidden amoung the tall grass, Perfect for some low level shots.
But soon enough all this will be gone again, I better get moving if I’m going to take adavantage of it. Call soon if you want your summer time portraits in the cool grass!
I do my best to capture images from the parades in town. The faces of the people that are marching and the people that are watching.
It’s nice to see the cub scouts, brownies, matching bands … all the Townies. All the people that love the town and cherish the people that live here.
This was the Memorial Day parade. It is especially good to capture the images of those who served in the armed forces and those who are still in service marching side-by-side in the parade. You can see how they look at each other and see such different things.
It was Ralph’s birthday and I had taken on the job to capture as much as I could.
As you can see it was Christmas time and Ralph was in the spirit. These were just a few quick snapshots, but I’m glad that I was there that day.
Roses have such a short time on this earth. Well, such a short time when they are at their peak for being photographed.
These are images of Lori’s Rose. Lori is a magnet for presents, her fiance is constantly sending her flowers and candy. All the better for me.
There will be future “Lori’s roses” sessions and I’ll be ready!
I think that Seniors are a lot more confident that we think. They come to me a bit concerned as to how they will look in their images.
As soon as they realize that I am there to capture who they are, they begin to relax.
They know how they see themselves and they want everyone to see them that way too. Ready for college and take on the world.
Liz was a great model. She’s a little quirky, gave me just a half smile and then she went into a very very serious and mysterious mood for the camera and the camera loved it.
The images really show who Liz is.