Newsletter #2 already! Please feel free to give me some feedback on how much you enjoyed it (or not) and what you’d like to see, or see more of. Here’s a link for feedback.
Thank you all for your feedback from the first newsletter. I’m glad you all enjoyed it. I actually do enough editing each week to have plenty of content. Some may be what you’ve seen on Social Media, but it will be far clearer and more colorful here on my own site. As well as the ones I can’t put on SM because of the small minds….and children.
I’m going to go back in my archives for one section and bring some of my favorite images up for a weekly chosen model. When you are at 4,000+ images it only makes sense to enjoy some of the past art.
Remember, if you see some art you would like on your wall, or just on your phone in high res, let me know. I do sell both prints (up to 17”x22”) and digital copies for your pads and phones. Check it out!
Ariana and I found ourselves on the beach in Huntington last week. I caught some fun images of her in our B&B and the beach. I also caught a strange head cold that’s in my eyes. Sure is hard to see when that happens.
The famous junkyard shoot
I’m not typically a fan of the group shoots. To many people running around to concentrate on getting the art I want. It takes more concentration than you might think….and if you know me, you know that’s a stretch anytime. But I went this year just to see what I could create under pressure. And I got some images much like I was hoping to get. I hope you enjoy them.
I had Courtney on the beach at Huntington last week too. Such a kind heart and positive young lady. And we had some fun getting a little ‘frisky’ with our shots on the public beach. I’m sure the life guards in the town on the pier were watching. The rest of the beach was surprisingly empty so we went for it.
It has been four summers ago since I had a chance to shoot the beautiful Mia in the country. A kind soul and beautiful new mother now.
As I go through a week I tend to wander rather aimlessly through past shoots and pick a few new ones to edit. It’s fun to revisit and I get a kick out of finding new art. Sometimes it’s better than what I originally edited, but I think that all has something to do with mood and possible new techniques.