|Photo from outtagear.com|
My 13″ Macbook Pro fits securely in the sleeve, but there’s room for my charger and a few accessories. It’s great and I love the style! Comes in many different colors.
Several weeks ago photographer, Josh Rossi, who operates fulltimephotographer.com interviewed me for his daily podcast. He focused on the multiple restarts I’ve had in my career and my views on the importance of failure. Check it out!
Hopefully you will find this easier to navigate and all around a better user experience. I’d love to hear what you think!
But anyway…enough rambling. Big thanks to the SnapKnot wedding photography directory for offering this great camera giveaway! Click this link to take you to the giveaway.
BUT the big news is I’m the Access Fund’s Featured Artist in their quarterly magazine Vertical Times! You can see the full PDF By Clicking This Link!
Happy Fall everyone.
Last month I had the pleasure of shooting a friend from high school’s wedding. Abby & Chance were great to work with. I never knew that Lafayette, IN was so nice! I have to say I was impressed.
Here are a few selections from this wedding.
|Greg really didn’t know what was going on.|
|Railroad Ryan. Or Captain Jack according to Anna Lea.|
|Mike. Mike is awesome. And knows how to camp at festivals.|
While out in Washington I wanted to work on more of my running, lifestyle and backpacking/hiking portfolio in an environment that I don’t really see in Colorado (or Indiana for that matter).
Alicia met me near Deception pass, one of my favorite spots in the area. We climbed up Goose Rock Trail on the Whidbey side of the pass, and found some great locations to shoot. I love the dense forests of Western Washington as well as the foggy weather.
The forests were quite dark, and the sun was not helping much, so I used my to supplement. Not having an assistant made working with the strobes difficult, but we made due.
I tried a new technique to capture my runner in motion by running along side them, which gives me the added benefit of always having them at the right distance and I can motion blur the background while keeping the runner mostly in focus.
On top of Goose Rock, there was much more light, so I no longer needed to use my strobes. But it rained on us even more.
|Alicia with her beautiful dog, Alba.|
|Alba, Say Hi.
It was extremely difficult to capture this shot. Alba would not stay still for an instant.
I had a great time with Alicia and Alba. I got the photos I was looking for and rounded out my trip. I also put my equipment through a lot of rain. Hope the radio slaves are fine.
|Photo taken from wikipedia.|
But before all this was Cinco De Mustache, an annual tradition among my friends here in Boulder.