I was trying some new poses,but I ended up liking the more traditional poses myself. The profile and head over the shoulder worked well her Tara. I really the lighting on her. This was shoot on a D100, 1/125@f/11, ISO-200.
This is one of my brides Cheri. I tryed some different poses with her with her seated. I wish I would have had her lean back some and so it would look more relaxed. This was shot with a 10-D, my exposure was 1/60@f/9.5, ISO-200.
This is Kenya and her little girl Kiera. She just turned one in September. She was a little princess for Halloween this year. She smiled so big and laughed the whole time I was shooting. I couldn't have asked for more. This was shot with a 10-D Canon, 1/125@f/11, ISO-200
Special Thanks to Daynen for posing for me. I love his cute smile. I got him to put one hand in his pocket and other arm leaning on the chair. I wish I had him in another shirt probably solid color so that it's not destracting. I took him to McDonald's afterwards for being so patient. This was shot on Canon 10-D, 1/60@f/11, ISO-200
This is my niece Courtney. I brought her and her older brother Daynen into the studio. She was really hard to shoot. She did not wanna take a picture. Finally after I was done with Daynen, She got on the rocking horse. I shot all I could while I had the chance.
I really love this shot. I tryed some different poses and this was one of my favorites of her just relaxing. Her dress was beautiful and I wanted to make sure that you could see the details. It was a soft light on her which enhanced her face. This was shot with a Nikon D100, 1/60@f/13, ISO 200. Special thanks to Kalea.
This is Hannah at Farris Park. It was about 5:15 pm good lighting. This was down a little trail that a had a bridge and off to the side was this big opening. The sun was shining through and lit her well. I love this photo of her. This was shot on a Canon 10-D, 24-85 lens, email@example.com, no flash.
This is my nephew Daynen and my niece Courtney. I dressed them in their overalls and took them outside around my house. It was early afternoon so the lighting wasn't that great. I tryed to put them under some trees in the shade and the sun was still peaking through. I was still with some of the photos I shot. The was shot with a canon 10-D, 24-85 lens, 1/60@f/4, flash did not fire.
This is my older sister "Nickie". This photo was taking at her house in front of her back door. I really like the mood of the photo. I only used window light on her. It was about 5:00 in the afternoon when we began to set up so the sun was going down. This was shot on a Canon 10-D and I shot at 1/125@f/4, ISO-200.
This was my first engagement session. I think it turned out well. I tryed different poses that really showed off the ring and I think this one was the best. The flower helped set the mood a little more. This was shot with a Canon 10-D, I shot at 1/125@f/19 with ISO-200.