Posts with tag: "Families"
Fall Portraits
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Fall Portraits

I have had the priveledge of shooting several of my clients more than once.  It's always a pleasure to see people change and visually watch their children grow as I shoot them each year.  Anthony and Callie were no exception as it had been two years since I'd last had the opportunity to shoot them.  The oldest daughter Claire, was under a year old and Annabelle hadn't been born yet.  We set out to the last location of trees still holding onto their colorful leaves for a portrait session.  Both Claire and Annabelle were all over the place, however when photographing children we have to take what they are willing to give us.  Sometimes the ...

A Little Education on Light Ratios
Monday, December 10, 2012
Fall Portraits

 Shooting family Portraits will always make you a better photographer as no two families are the same and each will present their own challenges to overcome.  Before taking the leap in to full time photography, I worked with Bill (the father of the family picutured in this post) on the fire department.  I have had the opportunity watch his family grow and shoot family's portraits a couple times now. These were all shot with a simple one light setup consisting of an Elinchrom Ranger Quadra with a 60" Umbrella.  Fortunatley it was an overcast day making locations easy as there were no hard or harsh shadows or areas competing with the minimal ...