So on my list of goals I said I wanted to shoot and post something new on a daily basis. For today I want to show you all something I finished late last night. If we’re friends on facebook you’ve probably already seen it but on here I can post larger versions, so look anyway!
On my list yesterday I also put that I wanted to start combining all of the things I do into my work…what better way to start than by adding design and drawing to my photography? I’ve done stuff like this before for clients but I figure I might as well use these elements for myself too.
I was up nice and late last night and I think my eyes are a tad unhappy with the amount of time I’ve spent in front of this monitor….I feel a nap coming on!
That’s what Sunday’s are for anyway right?
Talk to you tomorrow public,
Mmmmm. I love the smell of consistency in the morning.
I’ll admit, I’m intimidated by the prospect of having to come up with new work on a daily basis by pulling ideas out of the ether…but I like this. It’s already challenging and already totally fulfilling. It’s forcing me to make the time to do the ideas I’ve been sitting on for years.
Believe me when I say that we haven’t even scratched the surface of what I’m planning to produce for you all. By the way, add me on facebook if you haven’t already they’ve been getting sneak peeks of this stuff before I post it on the blog.
I haven’t been to sleep since my last post (which means I never took my nap), so I’m off to get pummeled by the sandman.
Goodnight fellow interneters,
There was one more shot I wanted to give this energy look to, so here is today’s piece.
Tomorrow will be fresh and different! Although I’m out shooting some magazine work tomorrow so we’ll see how this goes with the dual deadlines. The challenges continue!
I don’t think my blog has seen this much updating…well…ever!
Kinda feels good.
I’ve been waffling back and forth about this all day long. Which direction do I want to go with today’s shot? You all have given me such a great response about the new work over the past 4 days but all of that has been heavily processed. While I do love doing that kind of work I also like capturing reality as I see it.
I think we need to mix it up a bit so some days I’m going to show you the world through my eyes…and some days I’ll show you the world I see when I close them.
Today is a “real” day.
Albeit augmented with a small design to help ease the transition 😛
Ladies and gents, we’re on a roll. Things are moovin’, life is groovin and I will see you all again…tomorrow!
Do something new today!
Here’s to the first full week of daily posts! I’m pretty happy about this. I thought about making each week have a theme but I’m not sure yet. Today though, I want to show you a more intimate shot from my session with Lydia and Zonte.
I have one more to show you from this set. It’s not done yet though, which is why you get a different one today!
Time to tend to the castle now, I wish it were spring so I could open the windows while I clean.
A little late on the post today aren’t I? I am here though, and so is today’s shot!
I was looking through my archives this morning and stumbled across this shot of my friend Micah Lacerte from HitchFit.com. I had completely overlooked it the first time I saw it several months ago, but today…today I love it.
Sometimes all it takes is a shift in perspective to bring the best out of a piece. That’s why I love going through old photos from time to time. As I change and grow, so does my view on the work.
I realized today that I’ve never shown you all one of my favorite shots. I love it so much that it’s the first image potential clients see when I send out my portfolio. So, while I hate to use work that isn’t brand new…I guess this is brand new to you all!
For all you fellow photonerds out there, I get a lot of questions about the lighting on this shot. There are no strobes here, no artificial lighting…it’s all natural.
I absolutely love how the light wraps around her, it’s almost angelic.
Alright public, I have to get back to editing down the magazine stuff so I can send it off.
See you tomorrow,