Just a Small Disclaimer

I feel that I should say this since it is a growing concern of today. I do not crop any of my photos in anyway. What you see is the entire picture that I took unless I have stated otherwise. I just want people to know what I do with my photographs digitally, and what I do Not do which is edit them excessively. I believe that what I take a picture of and how I took it, is "my true art". Some people's true art may be how they edit it, but I personally prefer non edited photographs, because it shows the photographer's "true skill".

Monday, June 28, 2010

Summer is Finally Here!

Well, after a week or two of rather... interesting June weather... Summer is finally here! And what better to do than kick it off with pictures, more pictures, and a photo shoot? Oh, I guess it would also be important to point out that I got a Telephoto Lens! Anyways, to start here are a few photos I took of our 1964 Rambler.
The Hula Girl lol. I really like this one because of it's interesting colors from the glass.
The Rambler.
And the... Steering Wheel...
With these photos I was trying to be a bit more "artistic" I guess you could say, and yes I know I didn't do too well with that but hey, at least I tried.

The next photos are from a "photo shoot" I did with a Beautiful Model, Sister in Christ, my Best Friend and Girlfriend, Erika. Quit amazing isn't she? Lol anyways, here are a few photos from the "photo shoot".

This one is actually one of my favorites, just because of the lighting and the almost perfect crop job of my lens (she was on a swing so I was having a hard time getting good pictures lol).

This one, I really like this one, and it's not just because of her beautiful eyes. I was standing probably 15 feet away with my new lens, and I got her to look up and away just long enough to snap a few photos. For a relatively random type photo, I think it turned out really good.

This is another one I really really like from the photo shoot, although I feel like I could have gotten the lighting a bit better.

And to end this post and say "goodbye" until the next one, I will show you one last photo...