All posts tagged: black and white

Melting Barn 2015

Not much has changed from summer 2014 to summer 2015. The old barn is still resisting the ravages of time with dignity and grace. Click on the following links to take you to 2014 Melting Barn and 2013 Melting Barn.

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Angela

Angela was our second model from our outdoor fashion shoot at a Victoria shopping center. Our group photographed her first, during the desired evening magic hours: golden hour and blue hour.

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Amanda

I had the pleasure of working with the beautiful and talented Amanda Könn for our first night of shooting off camera flash for the photography class I am taking. I have completed three classes so far and learning so much from my instructor, Gregg Eligh. […]

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Lighting with a Cookie

My homework for last week’s class was to experiment with lighting my subject with a “cookie” to create an interesting pattern of light, in addition to playing with the direction of the light. I am looking forward to this week’s class and what I will […]

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Melting Barn 2014

If you click on the link below the image, you will see what a year has done to this old barn. The roof has a few less shingles and is now resting on the ground beside the barn. The old structure is leaning even more to […]

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Daisy

Here is a quick little post before I dash out the door for work.  Not sure which image I like the most.  I like the dark, moody one, as I am naturally drawn to such a look; however, the colored one is more cheerful, which […]

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Drama

The following collaboration was made possible by a very talented group of ladies: Lynda Bull of Lynda Marie Couture Millinery, Jennifer Bell of Discarded Couture, Erin Bradley of Beauty & Style by Erin Bradley, our beautiful model Mary Wallace of Coultish Management, and me.

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1940’s Tribute

Please enjoy our third styled shoot of 2014. This 1940’s theme was modeled after Jen’s (the designer) grandmother. One had to adapt in the 40’s due to wartime rationing.  In the early 1940’s women’s skirts and dresses became shorter to save on fabric, as a […]

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