Christian on Guitar
Christian bringing it!
Make the Play!
Little Ms Feasel
In the Dirt
Got a hit!
Spotted Orb Weaver, Female
Pink RoseI have a special technique I use to take shots like this of flowers.
EagleTaken at the Columbus zoo.
Christian on GuitarMy friend Christian playing an acoustic in his band Day Old Dozen. He somehow finds a way to be in the best light all the time!
Skier SilhuoetteOn Lake Erie, ealy in the mourning. Used a polarizer while shooting at the sun to create the effect. Only a small amount of adjustment was needed in Lightroom.
MonarchI want to get more shots of butterflies, but I’ve not found many. A friend has tipped me off that milkweed attracts them, so I think I am going to be plating some milkweed!
Christian bringing it!Christian again, this time live at Wyanstock. He really brings the energy on stage. I’ve been lucky to be involved with this band and being aloud to take photos of their practices and performance.
Scooter BWAnother from Wyanstock, my friend Scooter “Mr Mayor” of Day Old Dozen. There was a tree by the stage that was giving me mottled light, and in this case gave me a good opportunity for a BW shot with high contrast. Looks like it was staged, but it was serendipity baby!
WeezerWeezer of the band Day Old Dozen. He is the Phil Colins of the group, having both mad drum skills as well as a great voice. The hat that says Dirt Music is a reference to what they call their style.
Make the Play!First a scoop, time to throw! I would like to shoot more stuff like this, the kind of shots you can’t get with your cell phone. They have come a long way, but nothing beats a good telephoto for sports.
Little Ms FeaselMy niece Eva, cheerleading. They grow up so fast, I can remember hanging out with her before she knew how to walk.
In the DirtBrody “Brodogg” Atkins behind the plate.
Got a hit!This little guy has a big ol’ smile on his face as he takes off for first base!
Little BuddyMy little buddy Carter, one of my favorite models.
Silhouette SilosNot something I do often, this shot is heavily modified in Lightroom. The original was pretty badly underexposed, so I jsut kind of went with it. The end result, I felt, was a fun photo of a saturated sunset.
Spotted Orb Weaver, FemaleBorrowed my flower technique to get this shot of a fairly large orb weaver spider on my back porch. They are known for their large webs, and this one was no joke. Was at least 3-4 feet across! They are named for their spots that are speckled on their back, which can be seen well with the high detail my 105mm macro lens picked up.
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