The models that came out were very wonderful, it was such a joy to work with them and to collaborate on ideas for photographs and I really had a great time. In the following images we used a speed light with a diffuser, As well as using natural light and the silver reflectors to cast … More Portraits from Bannack
This was quite fun for me because I found that as I would take a picture of something that fascinated me it easily turned into being artistic and looking though the photos afterwards it is truly incredible how the pieces and image just fit together. I hope you like my Fine Art images, and leave … More Fine Art from Bannack
These pictures are some of my favorites from Bannack, I tried to think of something different to capture that not many people would think about. As I was coming up with ideas I remembered this image I took of a tree with my camera on the bark facing up, and That’s my “ah-ha” moment, I … More Series from Bannack
My Digital Imaging class took a trip this past week to Bannack Montana, This old western ghost town used to host 3,000 people because of the gold mining that was done there. The following images are images that I took myself and edited for different effects. I hope you liked my creative images from Bannack! … More Creative From Bannack
I called my post “Time is of the Essence” because this project didn’t take me as long as I was planning it to take me. I chose my personal watch that I bought in Switzerland in 2014, and have worn it just about everyday since. I think that is why this vector project didn’t take … More Time is of the Essence
This Photo shoot was quite the adventure for me. I did it three times, to make sure I got the quality images and make sure that I made all of the requirements. It amazes me how many pictures we take to boil them down to the top 9. On Saturday I hiked R-Mountain for the … More Wonders of the Mountains
Working with aperture priority was a lot trickier to figure out than I expected, but once I got the hang of it I really love creating that bokah, in images that I take in wide aperture. The following images are Wide Aperture pictures and the last two are Narrow Aperture. I took one of these … More Why be Shallow when you can be Deep?