Another socially distanced holiday is upon us so we ended up doing a small celebration with close friends. And then there’s the photogeek that figures the alliteration would be cool. All that added up to Monochrome Memorial Day.
So I grabbed my Micro Four Thirds camera (yes, I still love Olympus) and used the built in black and white Art filter. Luckily, I liked the output and put together the collage in the Olympus software.
It was hard to fight the natural inclination to put the images in Lightroom, but I did. And I still like the images.
I spent part of my Memorial Day covering an event for the Voice-Tribune and I’m happy I got to witness the 2018 Enshrinement Ceremony. The Louisville area armed forces veterans came together at the Patriots Peace Memorial to enshrine three heroes. Continue reading “Memorial Day Patriots Peace Memorial”
I spent the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend in Salem, Indiana shooting portraits with Misty’s cousin Nathan while my son London romped and played and found a mystery allergy besides. The house and Continue reading “Portraits of a Potential Rock Star”
Metromix sent me out to get photos of the way Louisville kicked off the Memorial Day weekend while I spent time at 4th Street Live. It began with Cool Country Nights Continue reading “Memorial Weekend Kick Off 2012”