Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Friday, June 19, 2009
Notes For All My Friends,
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Umbrellas for All My Friends,
Monday, June 8, 2009
Tuesday, June 2, 2009
The rock star mantra lives on as I descended upon the presence of one Nathan Fowler last week. Needing a serious set of images for his upcoming EP and new website, we set forth to convey the identity of a self-driven artist who wants the world to know that his gift for human balance is infectious. Spend a few minutes with this guy and you will know exactly what I mean. We must have covered every demeanor in the book that day with Nathan setting the tone early and often. From the laughter over typical yet delirious man thoughts, to striking artistic focus levels that tipped the scales, I finished the shoot feeling like I had visited every positive island in my mind. What makes that such a dynamic asset is that it brings out the best in both the subject and the photographer and it almost seems as if neither of you have to try to achieve what you set out for. Consider this the precursor to what I plan to profile on Nathan Fowler once the EP and website are available for the world to see. More info and pics of Nate soon. Stay tuned……..
What I am thinking that you should be hearing.........
When I hear people say we are seeing signs of a strong economic recovery, I look no further than the car dealer commercials offering to take your car back if you lose your job. Since when in a stable economy did dealers EVER offer to do that?
If everybody and their dogs can receive a tax break these days, I only ask why didn’t this happen before? I mean if people had more to spend perhaps businesses wouldn’t be in such bad shape. Are you listening Butch? Just a thought….
If you are an upcoming client of mine be advised, you will be seen through my new Nikon 10.5mm fisheye lens albeit just a few as not to commit to overkill.
So long Trevor and Shan I will miss you both and wish you safe travels to Kentucky. How we must accept the turning of the page when our friends move on…….
Buying a home is a pain in the %ss but at least it is almost over.
Ride and let the wind strike your face with grace Mr. Sims. If anybody could take a picture of that I am certain it would be you.
The Nikon 14-24 mm lens is the most overpriced and impractical lens ever made. If you bought it I am laughing at you because you could have saved about $700 and gotten a much more versatile lens in the 17-55mm variety.
Time for Bed,