Las Vegas, 2001. I went to the WEVA (Wedding and Event Videographers Association) conference. I know, sounds exciting, right? This was the view from my room. I need to go back, soon.
Saturday, January 22, 2011
Today's photo of the day is very dear to my heart. It honors four beautiful women, inside and out. Clockwise, from top left, Nell Trapp, Her granddaughter and our dear friend Ashley Bowler Matthews, Ashley's mother Judi Bowler and Ashley's daughter Aven. Judi passed away yesterday after a battle with lung cancer, two days after her 59th birthday. I shot a series of photos back in the Fall when she first got sick, and this particular photo was Ashley's idea, and I am so glad she suggested this to me!
Ms. Nell, Ashley and Aven now have a beautiful new angel in heaven watching over them. I am blessed to have known you, Ms. Judi. Fear not, for you have a lot of very caring people watching after your mother, daughters and granddaughter. Say hello to Mikey for us;)
Thursday, January 20, 2011
I love infrared photography! And I really want to get back to shooting some IR, it has been a while. I shot this photo February 7, 2008 in Friendship Cemetery in Columbus, MS.
Tech Info: Canon EOS 5D on a Bogen tripod
f 4.0, Shutter 5 sec, ISO 250
Canon 50mm 1.4 prime lens with Infrared filter
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
I shot this today during a trip to Jackson for the first Higher Education Day at The Capitol. That's about all I have to say about that:)
Tech Info: Canon EOS 1D Mark II
f 7.1, shutter speed 1/250 ISO 400
Lens Canon 28-135, Focal length 135mm
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Friday, January 14, 2011
This photo was taken March 5th, 2010 in Rent Auditorium at Mississippi University for Women. The African Children's Choir, brought to Columbus by the Columbus Arts Council.
Tech Data: Canon EOS 1D MKII
70-200mm 2.8 L-Series lens at 200mm focal length
1/60, f 2.8, ISO 1000, no flash
Thursday, January 13, 2011
OK, new year, new Macbook PRO, new copy of Photoshop CS5, and a renewed sense of focus creativity....I am going to start doing a picture of the day on my blog. Now I am in no way delusional enough to believe that I can have the discipline to update this daily, but I will make every effort to update it as often as possible. So, this is the first installment.
Meet Carrie Holliday Hamilton, longtime friend, graduate of MUW and fiercely loyal Widespread Panic fan! Carrie and her husband Ray, who has a Culinary Arts degree from MUW, own Anthony's Market in West Point, MS. I was sent there on assignment last night to cover Blues Night for a new magazine that is being launched by The Commercial Dispatch. Blues Night is every Wednesday from 7-10. The music is great, and the food is unbelievable. So check it out! This is one I caught of Carrie just sort of relaxing before the music started.
Tech info: Canon EOS 5d Mark II, F5.o, Shutter 1/60, ISO 1000, Canon 580 EX Flash bounced off of a wall.