I had fun taking portraits of my intern lady as a assignment. I think I did a great job. It’s hard to take a bad picture of this gorgeous lady though.
I had the pleasure of photographing this precious girls this past week. We had fun with smoke bombs and dance moves. We went late in the afternoon to catch the honey lighting and I’d say we nailed the honey lighting coming through the smoke bombs really nicely. We had a blast!
I hate that people are passing all over the world due to this virus. I hate that people are scared because of it. What I am trying to do is appreciate everything. I now have time to read books about photography and what I can do to improve my business. I now have time to get outside and play with my 14 year old doggy daughter. I have time to walk with my husband to the park and enjoy fresh air. I have time to sit in my grandmas swing and talk to her as well as God. I have time to form strategies to bring more clients to my business and therefore create more relationships. I love people in general (well the ones that don’t abuse animals or kill babies or spit on the food in the grocery store). I want more friends and business.
I was working part time at Best Buy but now I’m scared to even go to the grocery store. When I have to go I wear a mask. I hope they cure all this soon. I have enjoyed getting back to the simple pleasures of life though. I even took a day to spend with my nanny and husband and we went to the Bog Gardens in Greensboro. It was so beautiful. I captured a image of a blue heron. I don’t go anywhere without my camera.
This is my Roxy. She is one of the sweetest, humblest, loving dogs I’ve ever met.
I really appreciated this sweet loving couple letting me photograph them for my assignment. They are not engaged in real life but volunteered to let me use them.
I had the pleasure of photographing this family in the mountains a while back. I really loved photographing them and their big day. I’m really glad they chose me to be their first shooter.
I had the pleasure of photographing this sweet lovely family! I’m so glad they chose me to capture their family portraits.
Family Portraits of Bonnie, Dwayne and Luke
This adorable happy couple agreed to come to Randolph community College for me and model their cuteness. They did some sweet things that I didn’t even have to ask them to do. I really enjoyed this shoot. The lights co-operated for me. I used the solid white background which it hard to keep all bright white so I had to dodge some in the background. We also done some fun shots that they were jumping in. In the good shot I got of that his head was chopped off at top because he is so tall.