One of my favorite Seniors from Sundown from 2012…
She’s funny…fun…high spirited and beautiful! That’s just what you get after being around Authumn for like 5 minutes. I had a lot of favorites from this session and I could show them all to you in the wonderful colors we produced them in but I’m kinda stuck lately on a black and white preference. These highlights from Authumn’s session just to me can’t be done as well in color as they are in black and white. Needless to say I had a lot of fun taking these images and I’m thrilled with some of the finished products. Thank you Authumn for letting me do this once in a life time thing for you….it was my pleasure!
This session was kinda special to me. I’ve been taking pictures of Morgan since she was a Sophomore and now to see her in her last year of Highschool….well it’s an eye opener and a little sad. Never the less this is a great time in her life and just a simple step to the next great things life has in store for her. I took a little extra time on this session because I fell into some new technics and software that basically made me want to completely start over on my editing….and that’s what I did. I love black and white….but I don’t usually dominate my favorites on the blog with them but that’s how this one ended up. So enjoy these previews from Morgans session and a few of her sister along with her….they were nutz! This was a fun session with out a doubt and don’t let the images fool you…Morgan is a nut and isn’t all as serious as she looks.
Here is a sweet little post for the Gonzales family from a cold grey day over the holidays. We still had a ton of fun doing it though!
This is a cool post for me as it becomes the first court game coverage for Whitharral Texas I have had to date. A friend and fellow Photog Julie Scott a.k.a. “Crazee Scotts Photography” asked me to cover her daughters basketball game. It’s one thing to take pictures at a game but to take pictures and actually watch your own kid and get into the game not missing any shots is a whole different level of focus. So she gave me a call to do it for her…she’s not so Crazee after all! It was really nice to see a new gym along with a lot of familiar faces that I hadn’t seen in a while.
I rattled off about 450 shots over all in the game but after weeding out the miss-focused view obstructed and most of the shots without a basket ball or eye balls in them I was only left with 168 good images worthy of printing.
The gallery is here: http://sconwayphotos.zenfolio.com/p182199393
Here are a few highlights…