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may be over for these guys, but Fairfield rocked this year! You guys did an awesome job and congratulations on a fantastic season! I got out on the field with one of this year's players and finished up his senior images. Here's one for you tonight...
...and a beautiful family!! I'm so glad we could do this today rather than yesterday. The colors outside just looked so much more gray and...WET yesterday! I hope you're having fun at your halloween party! Here's a few for you to enjoy (more than I usually post). It was so much fun to meet the rest of the family...even if they are Colts fans! HAHA (ok, the Colts are my SECOND favorite team!).
Well, the last time I saw this little Miss, I got a lot of tongue-sticking-out-at-me images. Today I saw smiles galore! One of the very most fun things about portrait photography is watching the children grow up. It was fun to share some time with you today and it was a treat to meet your older brother and sister. We have twins in our extended family and I have a soft spot for all things twin...I wanted to be one growing up too! I just loved having you here today!
I thought I'd share a few more images of the amazing Maine coast as I'm sitting in a Vermont bed and breakfast waiting for a massage after one of the best meals I've ever had. Ahhhhhhh. We're at The Three Mountain Inn in Jamaica, VT, by the way. If you ever get the opportunity to visit, I highly reccommend it. We've been here only 4 hours and we already adore it! Back to the images...we did several shoots this week in some fishing villages and along the coast inside Acadia National Park. I loved every minute of shooting in this wonderful part of the world. I hope you enjoy looking as much as I enjoyed being there!
I've been away from the blog for a few days, but I've been thinking about y'all! I've been in Bar Harbor, Maine since last weekend with a group of about 35 other photographers. I've been soaking in the local flavor--the breathtaking scenery, the sound of the ocean hitting the rocky shores, the pungent, salty smells on a fishing dock and the visual texture of old, weatherd New England buildings. I'll be sharing more over the next few weeks as I assimilate all I've learned this week. But, here are some tidbits from an exhausted photographer (we've been up before dawn each morning and not in bed until after midnight each night...I can only go so long on 4 hours of sleep a night!).
One of my photographic heroes was here this week. A long-time editorial photographer for Life, National Geographic and Sports Illustrated, Joe McNally. You can read about his long list of accomplishments and check out his work at his website. He is incredibly gifted and versatile photographer and a damn fun guy. He has a book coming out in the next few weeks that I reccomend for anyone who takes photographs or loves looking at them. We got a sneak peek reading last night! Anyway, one of the parts of this workshop is a critique session with one of the instructors. I signed up for Joe. Imagine having a private session with Frank Sinatra--singing for him and then having him give you feedback. What an opportunity! Poor Joe had just gotten done with a 2 hour lighting demo (more on that later) and he doesn't get along with computers (especially PCs), but it was still amazing to have some images from the week reviewed by him. My last image was a large file and took a while to come up. When it did, Joe looked at me and said, "Wow!" and then some other mumbledy-gook about "Mongo likee" (you have to have met him to understand), but that wow was enough to make my day! He also called it "poetic". Ahhhh, I was a happy chick! So, without further ado, my favorite image from the week (it's all downhill from here, folks!)...
I just wanted to let everyone know that the studio will be closed for a few weeks starting tomorrow! My husband and I are headed to the Northeast for a well-deserved vacation! We'll be in Bar Harbor, ME for a week and then Vermont for a bit too. While in Maine, we'll be participating in a Moose Peterson landscape photography workshop and we both can't wait! So...expect some rockin' shots posted soon! Rockin', get it? Rocky coastline, lots of rocks. haha?! See y'all real soon!