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My, How Time Flies!

February 18, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Hi again,

I've committed the cardinal sin of blogging--I haven't been blogging!

To catch up, the family shoot in October was a lot of fun, you can see the final products here.  Horses! It was a glorious day, the sun was out, we still had some autumn color, it was great.  Beside shooting Debbie and Jeff and their great family, it was great to be able to have access to horses running through their field.  Now, as long as I don't fall down any spiral stairs any time soon, I'll be in good shape.

 

I've been working with off-camera lighting--very handy for winters in Ohio when most people don't want to stand outside in the cold and have their picture taken.  Here's one of the shots we used on our Christmas cards, so belated season's greetings to you!  

 

Our kids at Christmas.

Our photo club at work also held a hands-on training/practice session at a local studio.  It was very beneficial.  Thanks to all those who had a part in pulling it together (that would NOT be me)--Joyce Charon, Mark O'Donnell, Bryan Kuhn, and especially Renee Needham for letting us use her studio.

 

So, I'm still taking photos and working at growing my fledgling photography business.  I also volunteered to do a fairly large (to me) video project.  This is my son's last year at his current school, so the tradition is that someone (me this year) puts together a slide show with photos from the students' careers.  I'm going to try to step it up a notch.  I'm thinking more video and less slide show.  We have the technology, right?

 

Thanks for checking in on me.   I'll let you know when something interesting happens.

 

 

 

 

 


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