This building has quite a history, and is a beautiful building. I think I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves
A few weeks ago my wife’s, cousins…….. oh forget it, lets just say she is part of my family on my wife’s side, got married. I wasn’t the official photographer for it, but still, it’s family, I can’t go to a wedding and not take any pictures! So I got a few good shots, leaving the majority of the work to the primary photographer. Here are a couple of mine:
When I took this picture, this is how I imagined it in my head, but really the blues of the sky were kind of dull and there were no stars, there definitely wasn’t a moon, but I fixed it with some pictures I had taken at other times. I brought up the blue in the sky to brighten it, overlayed some stars, and then added the moon. I think it turned out pretty good!
I know its a little late, and I’m a little slow at posting these, but better late than never, right?
I took these when the Fall leaves were in full color. It was a little bit of a challenge because all the yellow everywhere wanted to reflect all the color everywhere, including faces. Luckily I had a flash and softbox with me to help compensate for it.
This one makes me laugh. When I take pictures I use my monkeys to get people to laugh. It works too, not just for the kids, but adults too. I can’t tell you how many engagement sessions I have done that the monkeys have made the difference between a fake “cheese” smile, and a real smile!