Some of my favorite photos from photoshoots can be the just fooling around shots. The unposed more truthful photos. Like this one from a shoot I did a few weeks ago. We were looking for the perfect place to take photographs of her daughter and as we are walking through the peach trees they looked great. I ran ahead and snapped this shot. I love it. All of the green.
This week I've begun working on a series of black and white digital collages I will be submitting to a few gallery shows in the fall. I've been sick but surprisingly productive and I thought I would show some of the results thus far.
I saw this camera candle holder on a blog or in a magazine and thought it was a good idea. I found this stylish plastic camera at the thrift store for 50 cents the other day and knew it was a perfect candidate for drilling a large hole to hold a candle. After drilling, a little metallic spray paint gives it an ironic hi-tech feel. Sweet. -Justin
I fell behind again in my posts. I have been doing a lot of photography lately, so I have no excuse for not posting. I am sharing here some of my favorite shots of senior portraits I did of Justin's sister. She is such a pretty girl. We had a lot of fun doing these. I really like the way they turned out.