How to take great pet photos
One thing I’ve learned from doing pet portrait paintings from photos and having pets that I like to take photos of, is that taking good photos of your pet is not an easy task! Whether you want to learn to take great pet photos for Instagram or print, or to use as a reference photo…
This and That
Yesterday we had a family portrait session with Rebecca, and this time to include a lot more of the family: my parents, my brothers, and my Grandma. We met Rebecca down in the West Bottoms area of downtown to get some unique urban shots instead of the traditional park setting we’ve done in the past.…
All in One
Since I can barely keep up, I’m going to just throw a bunch of stuff together in this post! And while I am still working on the video from Rockfest last week, I’ve got lots of new photos to post. Here goes – Mulberries! When we bought this house a little over 3 years ago,…
The New Camera
I finally finished the Twilight Saga and therefore able to download and edit photos from my new camera. It’s a Canon EOS Rebel Xs, and from my initial experience with it, I’m loving it! I cannot get over the freedom I have to take flash-less photos indoors. Even though I do not have a lot…
Skyler’s 1-year photos
Rebecca posted Skyler’s slideshow from her photo session last week. Of course she did a wonderful job and I’m looking forward to seeing all the other ones as well!
If you don’t use it, you lose it!
This holds true for many skills, but for me, especially my graphic design skills! Back when I first started this blog, I had the [now lofty] intentions of designing my own fancy header, including photos of Skyler and maybe Ronnie and me. I actually found the time to sit down and work on it on…
I love photography. My good friend Rebecca is a professional photographer and I love following along her photo blog. Her work is inspiring to me, and makes me want to pick up a camera. In high school I took photo classes and continued with it my first year in college as part of an art…