Saturday, July 3, 2010
Friday, July 2, 2010
Today's post is an HDR photo taken after a passing storm in May of this year. I couldn't help but to pull over and take a photo when I saw this scene. Part of being a photographer means that you must have a camera with you at all times, and thankfully I did on this day! Many times I've tried to capture the sun rays coming from behind the clouds and finally had a good image come to life. I love how this turned out, bright vibrant colors, wispy grass and huge fluffy but defined clouds. I hope you enjoyed viewing my image thank you for taking the time to stop by. Have a wonderful Forth of July!
Friday, June 25, 2010
Monday, June 14, 2010
I've thought about this post for a few days and which direction to take it, so here it is. I am a father of an 8th month old baby boy. Everyone says once you have a child it changes you as a person. This has come so true in my life. Nothing I could have done to prepare myself for him would have been enough. The amount of joy he provides me on a daily basis is uncanny! Sure it has ups and downs during the day. But when he looks up at me with his big blue eyes all my problems go away for those few moments. I am truly blessed to spend my days enjoying the smiles and laughter with my wife and son!
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
This is my first blog post and is something I want to start on a regular basis. This photo is from my first wedding I shot back in April. Due to the amount of images I captured I looked over this one for over a month!
I captured this image while enjoying a cup of coffee at the reception. I've never had a lot of luck capturing the sunrays through the clouds. So with the intent of turning this image into an hdr (high dynamic range) photo. I hoped that I could pull the rays out and make a great photograph. As you can see the clouds look very vivid and with abit of dodging and burning the effect really took hold.
Thanks so much for reading my blog I hope you enjoyed my photo! Come back tomorrow when I post a classic black and white of my son.