Thursday, October 29, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
So, the weather was NOT in our favor for this cute little family. Thick, dark, (actually black) clouds were looming overhead, leaving us with really poor lighting. But we were there, and they looked snazzy, so they decided to shoot anyway. Oh, and did I mention it was cold? Poor short-sleeved girls.But I think this is one good-looking family, and hopefully their pretty faces make up for the high ISO and lack of light...So to work with the circumstances, I played around a bit with this shot. What do you like?
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Monday, October 12, 2009
I have a new found appreciation for Sports Photographers!I was asked to be a photographer for the Huntsman World Senior Games, so I spent last week in St. George photographing different events. I had a great time interacting with the "old folks," and I learned a lot about sports photography as well.Each sport produced different challenges for capturing great shots, including high speed motion, bad lighting (indoor, dim, and flourescent),and on top of that, all shots are straight out of the camera...ZERO editing.But despite the challenges shooting the super fast cyclists, under-water swimmers, and the jumping basketball and volleyball players, I managed to get some shots that I was pleased with, and the athletes were as well. Anytime they saw a picture with their feet in the air, they'd love it and say something to the likes of "sweet action shot!" Because "old men can jump." :) They were fun. Here are a few more of my favorites. Isn't this guy awesome? I was seriously wow-ed and inspired by these senior athletes. They were quite impressive. Some were 55 and looked much younger, and some were 95 and looked just that! :)I loved snapping their picture right after they finished their race.Doesn't his face just say it all? May we all be as energetic as they are when we are "seniors."
Sunday, October 4, 2009
It's that time of year...the season to start thinking about Christmas Cards! :) So to help you from sending out the same card as everybody else, I have created some of my own.
1. DecorTemplates are available for purchase for $15. Just email me your picture and I'll send you the ready-to-print 5x7 digital image with your family on it. Or you can purchase the cards through me and they'll be sent straight to your home. Click HERE for pricing. Anyway, let me know what you think...