Thursday, March 27, 2008

Headshots in Vegas

I got some fun headshots done by a fabulous photographer, Becker, while in Vegas. Amy and I went in together and we were being pretty cheesy... Next time I'll be more serious. You can check out a fun video he put together on his blog, we're not in it, but it's fun to watch!

Cheers,
jewels

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Monday, March 24, 2008

First Vegas Photo out of the Hopper

Here is my first Vegas photo of Aaron and Meg Nelson. I took this in front of Planet Hollywood. They are lit up by a fluorescent sign to the right of me! I love the red background, and the dramatic lighting! I will be posting photos from all my adventures in the next few days, so stay tuned! :)

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Thursday, March 13, 2008

Jodi and Brian

Jodi and Brian are the kind of couple that lights up a room. I was laughing during most of our shoot, and loved how at ease they were with each other. I think you'll agree when you see their photos. I am excited to shoot their wedding, as I've been warned that it will be big! Thanks Jodi and Brian for a fun afternoon shooting, enjoy your photos, and be sure to check out the slideshow below.

In other news, I'm heading off to Las Vegas for a week as I attend WPPI. I'll be joined by Aaron and Megs Nelson of Evantide Photography, and Amy Parsons of Amy Parsons Photography. This will definitely be an adventure....I'll let you know how it goes!

Cheers,
jewels


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Wednesday, March 5, 2008

It's a Jungle Out There

Here is a photo of my back yard... Cool huh? Ok, so maybe it's not the whole back yard, but rather a little tiny ecosystem I stumbled upon. This area you are looking at is around one square inch!

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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Shooting Date

On Sunday morning I greeted the day with a photography adventure, along with two friends Amy Parsons, and Megs Nelson. We met at Marine Park, then walked to a "secret spot" along the bay. The water was a deep blue, and the sky was filled with swift looming clouds, allowing the sun to peek through for only a few moments at a time. We spent a couple hours walking on weathered sandstone banks, and watching bald eagles fly overhead. The fun thing about being with other photographers is that each person can see the same subject in a completely different way. Take these shots of Megs' shoes for example:

Megs' Shot:
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Amy's Shot:
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And My Shot:
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Here are the rest from our adventures!

Cheers,
jewels

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And here's a photo Amy shot of me... Stopping to smell the roses ;)

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