August 2011 Page 1 of 2

Queen Bee

Overlooking the fact that this is a terrible photograph, it’s still something I wanted to share, for it’s naturalistic importance.  This is from the bee hut at the…

Harford Fair 2011

With the end of summer drawing near, it’s that wonderful time of year again – fair season!  This year was the 154th Harford Fair (although I’ve only been…

Throwing a Car into a Senior Session

Partway through Wednesday’s senior portrait session with Lauren, she mentioned that she had a new car, and was absolutely in love with it.  Her question: “Can I take…

Run Ragged

Did a shoot with these little gals a few nights back and they ran me ragged.  I’m more used to working with an older crowd, mostly mid-teens to…

Simple Clicks – Boots

I’m not sure you can really reduce someone down to the color and design of their boots, but I do know that those details can tell you a…

I’m on a horse!

Yep, that’s me, on a horse.  Second time in almost 26 years, which is rather sad for a kid who grew up watching John Wayne movies.  At any…

Simple Clicks – Shoreline Sunrise

A final shot from Friday’s sunrise outing, and something a little different.  This shot came out of the camera upside down.  Why?  Because that’s how I shot it,…

Saturday Light – Clergy Portrait

Welcome to another edition of Saturday Light, where I’ve abandoned the cheerleaders and senior portraits in favor of a more traditional shot on the other end of the…

Simple Click – Unexpected Visitor

Still at Bullhead Bay when I stumbled across this little guy.  As near as I can tell, he’s a Spotted Sandpiper, although this time of year makes IDs…

The Shots I Did Get

So while Paul was capturing John the Heron in flight, this is what I was setting up to shoot – the dock at Bullhead Bay, which is a…

The Shot I Wish I’d Got

Went shooting with my friend Paul this morning, out at Bullhead Bay at sunrise.  We’re barely gotten started, still setting up the tripods, trying to shoot a few…

Dodging & Burning in Photoshop

Dodging and burning have been with us for a long time now, beginning in the classic darkroom.  I won’t bore anyone with a history lesson, although I will…