I have not updated in a while but I have been working on some things. In the next day or so I will post a few of my favorite image from last years 365 challenge. I will also announce detail on some new services that I plan to offer for 2017. So subscribe to the feed for my blog and follow me on social media for more information.
Be a while since the last update. Still working on the 366 challenge and posting a new image every day. You can follow along on my Facebook page. A while back I picked up the Tamron SP 90mm USM Macro lens and have been exploring things we normally walk right past. Most mornings my son and I look for interesting things in our garden while we wait for the school bus. I found things in the rose garden I have never noticed before. In the coming weeks I will be switching focus to machines and food photography.
Made our way out to the park for some spring time photos. Just wanted to share, have to take time out to exist in photos. Especially when you are the photographer! How long has it been since your last family portrait? Contact me to book a portrait of your own.
A few shots from back in January. Went out looking for a quiet place and took some photos while I was at it.
As I have stated before I love to shoot with the film cameras that I collect. Recently I gave Ilford HP5+ and Kodak Portra 400 a try.Read More
Can't call it a 365 since we actually have 366 days this year! I do not have a theme as of yet. I may do themes each week soon. I will try to post here each Sunday with a recap of all the photos. You can follow along daily at my Facebook page. Enjoy feel free to comment.
Got the keys Sunday but today was the first day I was able to start moving things in. Loaded up the van and headed down with my little helper in tow to set things up.Read More
Today I took a big leap today and partnered with other creatives to share this amazing space.
The studio has tons of natural light and plenty of room to work. We have work spaces, shooting spaces, changing room, and an area for hair and make up. This is a move that will give me more availability for my clients that need "nontraditional" times for their photography needs. I look forward to shared an increased volume of work with you guys very soon.
I always wanted a motorcycle but somehow always talked myself out of it. After our family lost our home to a tornado I stopped putting off things that I wanted to try. So not only did I pursue my passion for photography, I also learned to ride. Around the same time we found a place to rent a friend of a friend was selling a motorcycle that was sitting in a barn dirt cheap. Too good to pass up the deal so we get it home inspect the damage, it needs a new motor. No big deal considering what we paid. The bigger problem was I had now idea how to ride it!
I took the rider course at Oklahoma State University's Oklahoma City campus. The class was very informative and I got my endorsement. I grew impatient as I scoured the internet for replacement parts for our Honda. That's when we found the perfect starter bike, a 1995 Yamaha Virago 535 with a few custom parts. From there the addiction set in as we tried several different styles of bikes over the last few years.
These days I try to ride every chance I can, even if its just to work. Really cannot believe it took me so long to finally do it!
This summer I had the opportunity to take a travel photography class. The class would be a tour of Italy. I have always hoped to travel and hope to be able to see a lot more of the world with my loving and supportive wife and our children. I would like to share with you all a few of my favorite street photos that I took as we made our way from Milan to Rome.
The family and I went out to enjoy the fireworks.
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Fun with the kids!Read More
A few black and white portraits taken at Oklahoma railway museum in Oklahoma City