Lately I’ve been experimental with dinner. Well, experimental for me. I knew I could follow a recipe from a box and so I pretty much just left it there. That mean lots of Hamburger Helper. And then Tuna Helper. Then they started making Chicken Helper and, well, you get the idea.
Time for me to give some shout outs to a couple of people who have influenced my photography greatly over the past year and a half and we’ve never even met. Under their unknowing tutelage, my image making has made some pretty good leaps forward.
Lately, locations in Louisville tend to have cutesy names and we like taking pictures in all of them. I’d like to make the rounds as we go forward and, for places that don’t have one, maybe give them a new name, too.
When you’re capturing photos of fireworks, it’s both hard and easy and it all depends on a little technique. Right up front I will say that the fireworks setting on certain point and shoot cameras won’t work.
When we do senior photos, we really want to make the young men look strong and handsome and tall. And we want the young women to look pretty and slightly glamorous.
A weekend of music and photography is right up my alley, so when I had the chance to shoot George Strait Friday night and then Crosby, Stills & Nash on Saturday, do you imagine that I took it? I suppose that’s not a fair question because I came back with photographic evidence.
Last night at the KFC Yum! Center, country music hitmaker and Hall of Famer George Strait came to sing many of his 70 number one hits during the Louisville stop of his “Cowboy Rides Away” tour. It’s said to be his last full tour and, after such a distinguished career his fans understood why while…
Let’s begin here with full disclosure. This Friday, I’m covering the George Strait concert as a photographer. Usually, I’m the photographer and the reviewer, but in this case they’ve put a talented reviewer on the story with me. You’ll see the review and the photos at Louisville.com on Saturday as well as some on this…
Baby’s first birthday is such a momentous event, especially for new parents. So we were blessed to enjoy double the momentous-ness (let me have this one, grammar police) when we got the chance to work with twins Easton and Lucas.
If you’re looking for some of the coolest and most picturesque places in Louisville, take a very photogenic high school senior, in this case Kelsie, and let her know that we can see some sights. Since we have the best clients ever, Kelsie was game to go wherever we wanted in search of good photos.…