This profile of sisters came out of a session we did yesterday for their first communion portrait session. These little angels looked the part in their white gowns. I thought the Black and White presentation lent itself to the sacred feeling of the event, especially with the split profile lighting on their faces.
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WE put together this composite for the girls varsity softball team from Janesville Parker high school. We were finishing up the softball program photos and the girls asked if I could do a composite for them. Sure, no problem. They came up with the idea of how they wanted to poses to look.
I like a more classic look to the collages I make. Some people like to throw all kinds of graphics into the mix. Some do them well, but a lot of them I see are too cluttered for my taste. Less is more.
This montage was put together from some of the images we took in this High School Senior photo session. The images weren’t taken with the creation of the montage in mind but I was able to make them work. The montage session is something we’re adding to the variety of session offerings we make for High School Seniors, childrens photography, pet photography, lifestyle photography, etc. They take a significant amount of time to create, but they are worth the effort. I’ll post more soon. In the mean time, call us for all your photography needs.
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There is nothing better than family time. I recently saw a video posted on facebook. It showed couples from various parts of the world, mostly Europe and the US. A question was asked by the person behind the camera, “If you could have dinner with any person in the world, anyone at all who lives on the earth or who has lived on the earth, who would you choose to have dinner with”?
It was interesting to see how people thought and then named this person or that person, most often the couples couldn’t agree on who they would sit down to dinner with. As the video showed more and more couples, the theme seemed to be the same, after thinking for a bit, the name of someone famous or a movie star would pop out, and then, disqualify that name and name another.
After several minutes, the video then changes gears and the children of the couples are brought in to be interviewed as their parents watched on a monitor from another room. The children were asked the same question posed to their parents earlier. “If you could have dinner with any person in the world, past or present, who would you choose to have dinner with?”
The parents sat in delight and embarrassment as each of the children responded without hesitation, “My Family”.
Sometimes we all need a little reminder of what are the most important things in life.
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