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A little action from a night game the other night in Sundown Texas. It’s a great event with a great history of great teams that have participated so far in it’s short existence of 3 years. My favorite thing about it is the wooden bat requirement….which is really cool if one breaks in front of your camera. Night games are always difficult with Baseball as you are forced as a photographer to use only available light and getting that good stop action crispy is a little hard in the dark. I have posted a small gallery from the game which can be found at this link: http://sconwayphotos.zenfolio.com/f603687468
Coverage for the 2013 Sandhills Stock Show and Rodeo
Galleries are posted here: http://sconwayphotos.zenfolio.com/f984065996
A little coverage of two great teams in a great battle. Can’t beat shooting two teams I’ve never seen before and not leaving home…..awesome! Congrats to Panhandle on their victory.
My gallery for the game is located here at this link: http://sconwayphotos.zenfolio.com/p895304952
This is my reference post for a really cool and fun girl from Crosbyton who just happens to have been a Senior for 2012….meet Tori.
This is me playing catch up on my 2012 sessions and this post is for Alyssa a fantastic Senior for 2012 from Idalou ISD.
This is the second time I photographed a Ried and I have to say they seem to get better and more fun each time I do. Evans a simple teenage guy with one thing on his mind….his bike! He couldn’t care about any other shots we could come up with unless it had his bike in it. Of course we did a few shots for good Ole’ Dad too but the one that mattered most for Evan was the one with his bike. It was really a blessing and I don’t say that lightly either….we had no sun at all just clouds everywhere and we just kinda sat and hoped the sun would break even if just briefly. It did break though the clouds…and briefly doesn’t even cover it and in fact I think I only got off about 6-8 shots and it was gone again. Evans dad Harley said to me right before…”All we want is just that one shot and we’ll be happy”. I hope you guys are happy!
Here is our post for Justin a Senior for 2012 out of Plains ISD. The best thing about this session was the fact that he’s a guy…the wind was howling but that doesn’t matter to guys! To say the least the session with Justin was an adventure in many ways and we ended up driving just about everywhere trying to find the cool spots to shoot at in Plains Tx. Congrats on your journey’s conclusion Justin and the beginning of the next chapter of your life. It was great meeting you guys!
What do you do when you have a beautiful girl with beautiful long hair on one of the windiest days ever? You run inside and find some relief some where. Of course Chelsey obviously made my job easy and even though we had so many plans for out doorsey stuff it all worked out in the end. She was a blast to be around and really fun when you put the camera in her face. I just hope we get a second chance when things turn green to do some more fun stuff in the future.
Thanks Chelsey for being such a trooper with the wind and pulling all the right looks off when we needed them….you rock!
This is another catch up post for me to blog the late season session with the Levelland Varsity Boys Basketball Team for 2012. I think we took these the last week of the season so we tried to have some fun with it.
She’s already hitched now but for the sake of staying caught up here are few of the beautiful Maecee in her wedding dress at her best for her bridals. So beautiful….awesome stuff!
This was a great way to end the year by having a wedding on the very last day of it. Joanna and Ramiro fel like old friends to me after doing the engagement session bridal and then the wedding for these two awesome people. The journey for their special day took us to Seminole for the wedding and then on to Denver City for the reception and party. It was a beautiful ceremony topped off with one heck of a party! It was clear to me how important family is to these to young newlyweds by the simple fact of just about every family member they had showing up to their wedding. God Bless you two…and thank you for allowing me to be a part of this with you.