It's gonna be like the 12 days of Christmas for this fight, lol. I have enough pictures for each day leading up to the fight December 1st. Gonna be funny. Haven't done a marketing campaign like this before. It wasn't planned, I just had so many good photos from the photo session, I wanted to show them all. So, I will have to be a little creative, so they don't all look the same. Looking forward to it....
Not really stepping into a new world, here. I have always enjoyed architectural photography. I enjoy working with the photos in Photoshop. Based out of the Houston area, real estate properties & designer projects are my interests. As well as product photography. I guess I should say, all aspects of business, photography. Commercial Photography.
One of the many iconic photo locations in Yellowstone, the South Rim Drive of the Canyon. Definitely, one of the spots I remember most from my early visits to the park. The canyon is stunning, it is just a reminder of the many "looks" the park has in such a relatively small area of land. The falls have a lookout directly above the crest of the falls. You can see some people standing there in this photo. It is quite the impressive site, in that particular location as well. I did take some video, but that vantage point, I don't know if pictures really capture the power of the falls. The river is so heavy & it is channeled even narrower at the drop. I have never been to Niagara, so I wonder how it compares.
I took a few different shots from various locations here. This isn't particularly my favorite that I took, but I wanted to see the detail I got at full zoom (120mm). I am looking forward to having my souped up computer that will be able to eat HDR's for lunch!! Till then I am stuck on my tricycle (laptop) pedaling as fast as I can....
What a day! I get a new camera (Nikon D7200) @ Houston Camera Exchange, then I came home to play with it a bit & got a text about a last minute photography gig. I literally took the first shutter release at the event. I was kinda scared to use it! It is the scenario where you take photos all night & get home to find that you have completely blown it! Haha. But, I did it anyway.
Laura Rathe's art gallery is very beautiful in a unique little building off of Richmond Ave. On this evening, it was full of bunnies & parrots. Hunt Slonem was the artist of the evening. A sit down interview, followed by a book signing in which Mr. Slonem, not only signed each book, he drew each fan their own set of bunnies inside the front cover. I am pretty sure I was the only one in the building who had absolutely no idea who he was, but the paintings were pretty awesome. I was pretty inspired, if you just, DO-U, you will make some fantastic art.
So, in conclusion; if you have $50k, you can get yourself a beautiful piece of Hunt Slonem art @ Laura Rathe Fine Art Gallery & I thoroughly enjoyed another LUXE | Houston event!