Stars, snow, a light house, and an amazing couple! What more could you ask for? 🌟 ❄ 🚢👫
Lots more to come, but I had to post at least one on the actual day of Holi festival! 🇮🇳 Happy Holi!! 🙌 🙌
Yesterday was mine and @vinsonimages 7 year anniversary!! Looking back it's hard to believe all the amazing and fun things we have gotten to experience together! I also am realizing that most of the time one of us is behind the camera, which leaves not a ton of pictures of us together... So time to start making images of us together a higher priority! As a professional photographer, it's funny that we place so much emphasis on documenting other people's lives, that we can forget to document our own!
Going to start mixing some more family stuff into this feed because we are officially offering family documentary sessions! No posing, no smiling for the camera, and no fake moment's. Just real, honest, everyday life. Because we want families to remember what life was really like.
When life gives you mirrors, shoot reflections!
Was doing some light painting at Lake Louis a couple months ago and just wasn't getting anything I liked. When I decided to call it and head back inside, I noticed this nice little cove in the trees that I loved the look of. Spent 30 minutes trying to get something I didn't like to work, when all I had to do was turn around. So lesson learned. If you are feeling stuck, just change your perspective!
I can't help but love a moody black and white!
I like to be lazy when I shoot sometimes... I mean... I'm trying to get that perfect angle... 😂 . . 📷 @vinsonimages
Be brave in everything you do!
Kansas city roof top vibes 🏫🏥💑🏬🏦
I'm ready to go back to New Mexico! Someone hire us to shoot out there again so we have an excuse to go back! 😎 🗻 ☀ 🔥 Also, if you look super close, you can see @vinsonimages out there on the ridge! ✊ 👊
While testing the @phottix Indra 500 TTL for a review I was working on (link in profile), I decided to try something new. This is a 30 image Brenizer method done while using strobe, and instead of using a fast telephoto type lens, I used the Sigma 35mm ART. This gave the image a super wide angle feel while still having a super shallow depth of field. It was a pain to get the images stitched together, but I think I like the results... What do you all think? Also, feel free to ask any questions!
OK here is my best nine of 2016! We had some amazing clients and some amazing weddings! We have a lot of exciting things coming in 2017 and I can't wait to share them with everyone! Thank you all so much for following along on this cray and exciting ride! I would love to hear what you all have planned for the new year! Tell me some of your goals! ✊ 👊 💪
When your light stand is just a bit too short... 😂
This is a case where I was trying an idea I had for something different that completely didn't work out! But I was lucky enough to still get something I liked after a few creative moves with some lightroom sliders! Don't be afraid to try something new! And don't be afraid to fail! Even failed images can lead to something good! ✊ 👊
Arcades and engagement shoots
Canada was amazing, but there will always be a soft spot in my heart for Belize! Headed back in 2017 for sure!
How about that stairwell lighting!? 💡⚡