Monthly Archives: July 2010
We had a great turn out in Easton and I wanted to thank all of the photographer who participated in the photowalk. A special thanks to Scott Kelby the creator of the photowalk. I was a hot day but we had a lot of fun !!!
A thanks to Genesis Bicycles in Easton PA. They asked one of their Saturday morning rides to ride by a few times for a photo opportunity for our group.
I also wanted to thanks the Film Photography Podcast and the Pink Delicates. The Pink Delicates recorded the Sounds track for Splatter Beach and graciously allowed me to use one of their songs for the slide show below:
I’m excited to announce that I will be leading the Easton area photowalk. This year I’ll be taking my group on a photowalk of the downtown Easton area and walking across the Delaware Bridge into New Jersey !!! The fine folks at Genesis Bicycles are routing one of their early morning rides through the downtown area.
It’s not about what you see,it’s about what you do not see. This image was taken with my 70 to 200 zoom and it was racked out to 200 at F4. It was taken at probably one of the worst locations possible !!!! There was a major highway right behind the couple. Using an upward angle, I was able to use the tree across the street as an interesting backdrop for this lovely couple.
It’s not about what you see. It is also about what you do not see. A methodical pose with strong diagonal lines. Simplicity and shadows work to tell the story.
This image was taken at the Allentown Rose garden on Vanessa’s wedding date. I used pastel colors to portray a softness.
What a lovely bride and what a beautiful wedding.