Last week I had the pleasure of taking Holly’s senior pictures. Holly is an amazingly gifted musician and songwriter with a cute little smile and beauuutiful blue eyes. Check these photos ouuuut! We started off with a drive in the country to my grandpa’s property to catch some of the late afternoon light, then headed to Petoskey’s waterfront where Holly wanted to do some shots on the docks overlooking the bay. P.S. Her mom is an amazing seamstress and handmade both her dresses. Talk about skill.
This here is a rare occasion, folks. A photo of my brother without a dirt bike helmet on, riding a snowmobile, or upside down flipping of the pier. I was testing out a new light I got and grabbed him quick before dinner under the guise of “seeing how this new equipment works out….” Now either my new equipment is prettttay fiiine, or I have an awfully good lookin’ little brother ;) Here are a few snapshots of the crazy but cautious, mature but goofy, meticulous but messy, brother that I love so much.
Don’t let these shots fool you though…..
Back around Christmastime I had the pleasure of photographing this little fellow all bundled up in winter gear for his Christmas pictures. Time rolled around for his 1 year portraits so we headed down to the Petoskey waterfront last week to take them. Such a fun time playing with this handsome guy! :)
We have had some unnaturally lovely weather the past week. 70 degrees and sunny in March? In Michigan? It’s unreal! Lynn and I took advantage of the wonderful weather and headed over to little Harbor Springs to take some pictures. You’ve probably seen her adorable face around before, she’ s a good friend and a photography+adventure buddy! We poked around Walstrom’s Marina, which is deserted this time of year, and had a generally fun and entertaining time trying out new techniques and catching up with each other.
I shot entirely on my 50mm f/1.4. I’m officially addicted to prime. I don’t even like my wide angle lens anymore.