Most professional photographers will shoot a test or two to make sure the camera and the strobes are speaking to each other the way we want them to. And even though you tell your portrait subject to relax and the test won’t count, sometimes you get magic anyway.
For those that may not realize it, Brielle is not the beautiful lady sitting on the couch. That’s Lauren.
Most of my published photos of Jeremiah, my grandson, have so far been posted at my mobile photography blog PXLpeep as an ode to my newly re-energized passion for mobile phone photography thanks to the Google Pixel phone. Continue reading “Babies Are Wonderful. Grandbabies Sure Are, Too”
Sometimes you’ll discover a video game that you think is awesome. That’s what happened to Misty when she upgraded her phone (thanks Tabitha). On this phone was the game Candy Crush. Yes, I know, there are those that have played it for a while, but it’s new to her.
Then, she let Victoria know she likes the game. This is one of those games that Victoria likes as well. And all of a sudden, tag-team Candy Crush was born.
I’ve been going back and forth about what to do with my website and, in particular, my blog. I’ve been on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and any other social network of any import trying to figure out how to make the best impression for SEO and Google purposes. Continue reading “Archer’s Birthday”
Who cares about puppy dog eyes when you’ve got Archer-playing-innocent eyes.
On Saturday, our friends Megan and Jonathon made the short trip to Old Louisville to get some photos with their three-month-old son Mason. As you know, the weekend was sunny but cool however, Mason was an awesome subject and his parents weren’t so bad themselves. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Chatting With Dad”
So, as mentioned in my last post, I’ve been making photos of Whitney and Jaxon for a few years and so has Misty. But, if I’m not mistaken, this is the first time we’ve done them in Old Louisville. And I have to tell you, I love them and I love Old Louisville, so it’s a match made in heaven. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Whitney & Jaxon in Old Louisville”
I don’t have any empirical evidence of this, but I can almost guarantee to have more social media likes and get a new follower or two based on the fact that I am publishing a photo of a pretty girl. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Social Media Likes”