Tonight, the sky lit up. My eyes, my soul, my being is quenched in observance of this awesome site. Words cannot describe the majesty and glory of His design.
Had a great turnout and a lot of fun shooting families and seniors portraits. Special thanks to my wife for holding reflectors and carrying my flash – and my daughters for getting the attention of young children. I could not have done it without them! Here’s a small sampling.
Here are a few more photos to close out the year. The leaves were great this year. A short trip to Eagle Creek Park and a few epic sunsets. Now winter is here, which means lots of gray, cold and possibly a lot of snow. There’s beauty in winter and I look forward to capturing some of it! 🙂
This year the fall colors have been a beautiful backdrop to my photography. I spent time with Kara at the art museum for her senior portraits. She was very natural in front of the camera and her attire complimented the colors well. Big thanks to my wife for assisting with the reflector and diffusor! I’m very pleased with the outcome. I just wish the fall colors would stick around longer!
This truly is an incredible time to pull your camera out and capture the beautiful fall colors. It’s our job to simply study and enjoy this art that arrives as a free gift once a year. I love using a 70-200mm lens to compress the scene and create drama. Here are a few I shot today on a late afternoon walk.