Finally got the film scans back from Kyle & Rylee’s session! I could not be more happy with the way they turned out!!
Jordan asked me some time ago about doing some photos for him before he graduates college. I love that there were so many settings we got to use! I am glad he was up for a variety of different locations and wardrobe changes!
Here are the photos! This part one of two. I also have some film photos of Jordan that will be in an upcoming post!
Oh, where to start?
I have known Kyle for about 11 years now and we have been good friends almost since the day I met him. He was even in Callie and I’s wedding this past May. In all the years I have known Kyle, I don’t think I have ever seen him as happy as he is with Rylee. I was so excited to get to take some photos for these two! Callie and I are very happy for both of you and it has been great getting to know Rylee!
P.S. – Kyle, put a ring on it already!!
Finally, I get to post some of the photos I have taken for 501 LIFE Magazine over the past couple months!
This past month I have been kept pretty busy taking photos for not only Sterling Imageworks but for 501 Life in Conway.
This first story is from the August 2013 Pet Feature. Allison and Alex adopted their cat, Tripawd (Tripey), from the Maumelle Friends of the Animals. Tripey, as you can assume, is a three legged cat. Allison and Alex both wanted to help Tripey out and give him a good home. It looks as though he has found a wonderful home!
These next photos are from September’s issue featuring Sandy and Alan Brandon and their dog Sofie. Sofie was also adopted from the Maumelle Friends of the Animals.
Now we get to the St. Joseph Bazaar! This was a pretty cool festival the St. Joseph’s Church puts on every year in Conway.
And, the last set of photos is from September’s issue featuring Baron Mannis as the “Kid of the Month.”
So, I finally got my black and white medium format film back from being developed and it turned out pretty well. I was using my …
First off, let me say that I am not the photographer who likes to use a flash. I prefer to use natural lighting. This past week I was doing a shoot for Unraveled Boutique. When we got to the location I soon realized I had left my memory cards at home. Oops!! Well, I had my 1976 film camera with me and a lot of film. My wife said she would drive thirty minutes back home to get the memory cards. I shot the first part of this session all on 35mm film. That turned out great. You can see those photos in my previous post.
When my wife returned with the memory cards the sun had already set and I just wasn’t getting the kind of lighting I wanted. So, I set up my off camera flash at about a 45 degree angle to the girls and exposed the shot to them.
Let me just say, WOW!! The colors after sunset were stunning!! I am extremely happy with the way these portraits turned out!!
Had a wonderful session with these girls modeling for Unraveled Boutique! All of these photos were taken with a 1976 Nikon F2 35mm film camera. …