Monday, September 6, 2010

Portrait of the Month

I was doing portraits of this little guys sisters. He was sitting on the floor, happy as a clam, when his mother asked if I would mind doing one portrait of him by himself. Of course, I would be glad to. She moved him to the posing bench and I gave him a Popsicle, which he loved and mom was delighted. At some point he dropped it and I got what may be the best children's expression I've ever gotten. I love this portrait.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Air Tractor - Aero Tech Air Force One

I was asked to photograph this airplane by the president of the company to use in their advertising. They do a lot of spraying for the forest service to control the spruce bark beetle and also to fight fires. I used a technique called painting with light to create the photograph.

Portrait of the Month for May

I had the privilege of making this portrait last Saturday. D'Shawn and Kerry had asked me to come with them to an area of land south of Portales, New Mexico and make a portrait of them on their horses. We really had good fortune on our side because the weather was perfect. There was a huge thunderstorm brewing about 10 miles west of us and it created the perfect backdrop for this portrait. The horses were very restless and were kind of a problem but once Kerry got them settled the session worked perfect. Even the dogs got into the spirit of the thing and posed, pretty much on cue. Kerry and D'Shawn have been friends for years and their parents clients for longer. I photographed their wedding two summers ago and began doing work for their families more than twenty years ago.

Monday, March 15, 2010

High School Senior Portraits like no other!!! I've been doing senior portraits for a long time and work hard to stay on top of the current trends in photography. My goal is to do what you want. Give me a call so we can talk about it.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

A series of photographs done for Presbyterian Health services.

Kid of the Month

Aavary brought her mother and dad to see me one cold Friday morning. She has a great personality and sense of humor. We used three outfits, several stuffed toys and a pine cone. Photographing young children keeps me young and slim. Raising them will make you gray!
Virginia and I in Rocky Mountain National Park. It was cold, very, very, cold and windy. It was a great trip.
There was a boatload of snow and Estes Park has several really good restaurants. We also found a great Italian restaurant in Elizabeth, Colorado. A little out of the way if you're driving from Springs to Denver but well worth the 20 miles round trip drive.