Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Autumn Elegance!

Word of mouth is the best advertising for a photographer.  This client was referred by a couple we photographed last Autumn in the woods on our property.  This was a quick session that we photographed at our local church then headed over to Homer's Pond where the colors of Autumn were at their peak.  I have included my favorites from this session from this lovely couple from Louisiana.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Stephania and Antonio's Wedding

It was a gorgeous day for a beautiful wedding of a stunning couple!  Our original plans after the wedding ceremony were to go to Homer's Pond, but Djaman, the best man, suggested Heritage Park so off we went.  Little did we know that a carriage ride was in the works to take the bride and groom and LaNayla to their wedding reception at the Opera House.  As you can see by the images below, orange and gray were the wedding colors and they were very striking colors to say the least.  I have included my favorites from this beautiful wedding for your viewing pleasure.  Enjoy!

Heron nabs frog - Weak stomachs BEWARE!

 I have been waiting for the day to photograph a heron that often visits our property.  They are so skittish and practically impossible to photograph!  It was windy, rainy and cloudy but it made for some rich Autumn background colors of the scene of the heron as it took its time to catch a frog for lunch! I took these images from inside the studio using a 100-400mm lens.  I was having a hay day photographing this heron that was stalking its prey!  You can imagine my excitement when I looked up from the camera and the heron had caught a frog and was washing it before finally swallowing it.  In the last image below, you can see the lump in the heron's neck as the frog goes down the heron's throat!

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Cute Donkey and Horse Closeups

Using a 20mm wide angle lens, I photographed Sally, our donkey, and Reese and Ace, our horses, last Saturday during sunset.  They thought they were getting a treat so they came real close to the camera and allowing me to capture their expressions of curiosity.  The 20mm lens makes for some cute, distorted images and I use it when I want to have some photo fun!  I have included my favorite images from the outdoor session and hope you get a good laugh at their cute expressions!