Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas!

I know it has been a long time since I have updated my blog and I am sorry I have been very busy lately. With the changes in living on my own, attending the main campus of Ohio University, and now work over winter break; I have not had the time I would like to be out taking pictures. I would like to say that I will have more free time soon, but doubt it. I will take advantage of the opportunities I am presented with more efficiently this quarter.
In the mean time, I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season!!
Have a wonderful Christmas, and a safe New Years!

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Kayla & Teagan

Normally I don't photograph people because they are pains and they move. In my black and white photography class at OU-C, we were givin a portrait assignment. I need to tweek the contrast with some filters in the darkroom tomorrow, but its a good start.

I like using babies, because you basically tell the parents where you want them to be, and then tell the parents to make the kid happy. It is just your job to capture the times you think should be remembered.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

I am taking a photography class in college, and it is a traditional black and white photography class much like the one I started out in high school with. While shooting some pictures for the project I was assigned, I saw a picture that I really felt like I needed to capture digitally as well. So this evening after class, I went back to the same spot and shot a similar shot. I feel that the image is much stronger now with it being in color, and with the shadow being in a different spot.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

New Puppy

Well my sister and my brother-in-law rescued a puppy and I wanted to share him with the world wide web.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Friday, January 22, 2010

Florida Trip 2010

Florida... What can I say about Florida?

Well it was over 70 the whole time we were here and it only rained a few times, and only at night. We had one foggy day that ruined our beach time. So pretty much, it was the complete opposite of Chillicothe, Ohio. This is a shot from just inside the water's reach. I got down low as I like to do with a lot of my shots. This gives a neat angle that only the ones who get knocked down by the waves get to see. We are going out on a boat tomorrow, and it should be a nice day. I hope I can get some kind of good post out of it.