When I finished this series last year I neglected to upload the final two images from this series to the blog, so here they are!
Last Friday Emily and I had the opportunity to do some family portraits for one of Emily’s co-workers. We decided to photograph on the beautiful Mercer University campus in Macon. We had a wonderful time doing these portraits despite the awful summer heat and humidity. Shannon and Michael were very fun to work with and [...]
Last Saturday I had a portrait session with one of Emily’s friends from work. We ended up going to five different locations throughout the area. Courtney was a great model and put up with my crazy ideas until well after sunset. Special thanks to Emily and Kaylee for assisting on the shoot.
I am starting a new project here in Georgia on small business owners and their employees. The goal of the project is to photograph owners of interesting small businesses and their employees.
Any photographer knows that some sort of weight support for their light stands is crucial when you are photographing outside in windy conditions. I knew I needed to come up with a sandbag solution very soon as I had several outside shoots in the books.
I am almost finished with the initial purchase of equipment and software to start up the business. All of the equipment has arrived, and I have been photographing with it for almost a month now. I am still waiting on several software purchases. Still haven’t made a final decision between Lightroom and Aperture. As far [...]
Yesterday Emily and I had the opportunity to photograph an engagement session with Jim and Courtney, who will be getting married this Saturday. We started out in quaint downtown Perry and then headed to a nearby pecan grove to finish up the session. Courtney was about to freeze to death at the end of the [...]