Sunday, February 27, 2011

Now...what I was suppose to be doing on My Sunday Morning

I am finishing up the images from a studio session I coordinated.  Between my regular clients, actual work work (yuck-but grateful as that j.o.b. is still paying the bills) and running everywhere in between; below is what I need to be working on and still have two more models to finish.

Here is an image from one of my "day jobs". 
Aye!  That poor violin!!  But, it is on its way to someone who wants to learn how to repair instruments.  At least it will be in what I will hope will be loving hands.  Or at least offer someone a learning experience.  I am just very glad I was not at the hand...or foot of those cracks!

My Sunday

Today I got to do something I have not been able to do in quite some time.  Sleep in, gather up my stuff I would need today to work on images, and head out the door for a little hike.  I grabbed some lunch AND I got to process the images on the SAME day!!  Woo!  Hoo!

So, here below is what I have been up to this wonderful, rainy morning.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

A look back...

I came across some images I had taken in 2009 while I was out on one of my weekend adventures.  I was out hiking and checking out the new terrain I had recently moved to in Middle TN.  I was more involved in developing my cow series, and below are a few samples from that weekend and series.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Commercial Work

I never saw myself as a commercial or advertising photographer.  Yet, I spend almost every Saturday and several week nights working on Commercial Photography.  Nashville Violins has me very busy with their very wide instrument selection taking high quality web images for their website: 
Below is an item I photographed recently and posted to their website today.

Studio Workshop

I conducted a Studio Workshop for the Nashville Photography Club.  It consisted of three two hour photo shoots with three different subjects; Families, Youth, Models/Fashion.
It was an amazing learning experience and allowed photographers who could not afford to rent a studio on their own the opportunity to shoot in a really nice studio; Kingswood Studios.  (also known as UCOM).
Below are two sample images of a model who I really enjoyed working with and will be using in the future.