.When my Pentax went belly-up last week, I borrowed a friend's Canon and spent two days with them, their daughter, and my wife. Mrs. Craver suggested this pose, and helped with the reflector/diffuser, and makeup. I barely did anything, but keep on pushing the shutter release! The young lady was a fun model, and so easy to work with! All things considered, the indimidation factor was nullified, and I am pleased with the results.
Monday, July 11, 2011
clicking with confidence
Landscapes, macro, portraits, still life, etc. It seems that most photographers can be identified in one primary style, even if they do all kinds of other stuff. I do not yet have a niche category that I specialize in. It depends on who you talk to, right now you might classify me somewhere between a clueless dabbler and a wishful perpetrator. Wherever I end up, my biggest challenge has been taking pictures of people. One way or another, the light was always working against me. Meh, who needs light, anyway! (kidding)