…who I had to bribe for this one shot.
Molly was up a couple of weeks ago so we did a quick session. We had plans to visit several locations and have more time but the weekend became busy and hanging out with friends became a bigger priority 😉
So this shoot was literally done in about 20 minutes in my backyard. I’m sure we will get together for another one sometime later in the year.
I finally updated my blog banner and thought I would make a little announcement along with it.
Although I haven’t been doing this photography thing for long it’s definitely something I am enjoying and want to do more of. I’ve been receiving requests for pricing information so I thought I would just go ahead and make it all official.
I registered my business name a few weeks back and have been busy getting all my ducks in a row to make this thing official.
I’m happy (and a little nervous) to say I am open for business. You can find session information here. I’m excited for what the future holds and anxious to see my ideas come to life.
Feel free to shoot me an e-mail if you have any questions that are not answered there. 🙂
I took these of Amanda and her family a few weeks back. I was hoping to get a little more creative on this shoot but it didn’t seem to want to work out.
We started at this location which is really nice but it was cold and windy. So we went on to find another location that we couldn’t actually find. So we tried a third location and it was too buggy and we ran out of sunlight. So, we will be trying again soon but here is a little of what we got from this one.
Love it when another piece of the Lightroom puzzle comes together. I wasn’t liking how my Raw files were looking until I finally figured out tonight that the default had way too much contrast for my liking. The more I learn of this program the more I am amazed. Used a free preset on the photo below. I love when I don’t have to bring images into Photoshop like the one below. Lightroom resized and put my watermark on it for me.