Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Big Sister Little Brothers

Canon 50D , Shutter: 1/60, F-Stop: f/5.6, ISO 100, Lens 17-40mm

Here are some photos of the kids.  Took a while to edit but after I was done it turned out pretty good.  Considering it as one of our logos in the future, we'll see how it things turn out.  Stay tuned.  

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Snow Horses

Canon 50D , Shutter: 1/250, F-Stop: f/7.1, ISO 200, Lens 24-105

This is a photo that we will use as a Christmas card, I shot this image in Dec of last year but it took me about 5 months to edit it the image exactly the way I wanted it.  Along with portraits we are going to keep our marketing images up as well.  The snow was perfect that morning, the day after Christmas.  

Monday, June 13, 2011

Little Brother-Big Brother

Canon 1D Mark II, Shutter: 1/60, F-Stop: f/4, ISO 200, Lens 24-105mm. 

I had the opportunity to photograph two brothers that haven't take photos together in a while.  They did a great job modeling.  Added a little humor to some of the shots which worked out well in some circumstances.  Younger brother on the right, big brother on the left.  

This is what I enjoy, seeing family members smiling!  

Monday, June 6, 2011

Portrait-Mr. Fennell

Canon 50D, Shutter: 1/60, F-Stop: f/11, ISO 100, Lens 70-200mm. 

During our intern our mentor Mr. Fennell allowed us to sneak a photograph in before finishing up.  There were plenty of images I could have used but not that captured his expression quit like this one.  

Tuesday, May 31, 2011


Canon 50D, Shutter: 1/80, F-Stop: f/8, ISO 100, Lens 24-105mm. 

This was a hobby shot of our good friend Adam from the pottery department here at RCC.  Adam had some great work to display for us and we enjoyed every bit of the photo shoot.  The texture of pottery is something that I would definitely want to shoot again.  

Monday, May 23, 2011

A Beautiful Day

Trying to practice shooting further back with longer lens. Normally I would never shoot with tree branches in the background but this time it looked better with it than without it.  Our model did a great job blending in with the trees.

Canon 1D, Shutter: 1/400, Aperture: f/2.8,  ISO: 100, 70-200mm Len.