Sunday, November 30, 2008

You're a turkey!

WOW its already December? Crazy as a turkey! So let's remember to not be crazy...take your time it's no big deal. Talk nice to your children, they aren't your enemy. Be proud of yourself, and take time to pat yourself on the back for what you accomplished, not what you didn't get done on the "to do list"

OK? Main idea...DON'T BE A TURKEY! Just EAT one!

Monday, November 24, 2008

Bouncing Light

Photo Tip: When shooting in the shadows use a reflective object to bounce some of your available light back on to your subject's face. You can use your car's sunshield. Just be careful to aim well and not irritate your subject!

Life Tip: Try to see the "light" inside everyone, even the grumpy lady at the supermarket! Smile next time, you'll be surprised what you receive in return.

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Come Together Fashion Show

What a fashionable afternoon and for such a good cause.
The first annual "Come Together" Fashion Show to benefit Interfaith was a huge success! You can check out the photos in the event gallery.

A big thank you to all of the people to stop by "the high fashion photo spot." I had so much fun meeting new faces and capturing their beauty.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Veterans Day

Taken at the Veterans park off of Ft.King. This photo represents to me a light inside all of us. All Americans have such a bright future because of the sacrifice Americans have given for our freedom. Don't take this opportunity for granted. Use your talents, and your freedom in a constructive and contributing way! Live your life as an American should!

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Kids photo tip

Photo tip: When capturing kids let them do what they want, not what you want. The final result is more relaxed and natural. Set them up for success by giving them something to climb, or hold. Be sure that the prop doesn't take away from the natural beauty of the child.

Good luck! Happy clicking!!

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Kiss kiss

Kiss your children. Kiss someone you love.

Why? why not! Life is so brief...I lost a high school classmate (33 yrs old) this week. A father, a husband, a son. RIP Brad Wilkerson Why not kiss someone and tell them you love them and capture the moment on film.

Cherish the moment...and you will never forget the love.