I attended the Film Is Not Dead (FIND) workshop on Maui. We all woke up early and headed to Haleakala to test out our long exposure skills we learned from Jonathan Canlas. I know I need to work on it, like a lot. But it’s fun to try and I’m definitely going to do more. Who wants to come with?!?!?!?
Now, check out my friend Jeffrey Michael’s site here and his take on going long
I met Anya and instantly knew I loved this girl. She was funny, nice, hip, always smiling and STYLISH! Girl got it going on! Anyway, we met while she was here on Oahu finalizing her wedding plans with all her vendors. She told me she’d be arriving a day earlier before her fiance and she wanted to do a boudoir shoot. I instantly replied “bring it on”. Ok, a little exaggeration but it makes for a good storyAnyway, we had a great time and she had me print a photo for their wedding a couple days later. She presented an 8×10 to him at the reception when everyone was having a good time and dancing their butts of. Here’s a few from that session. Their wedding photos are to come soon.
In photography I’m lucky to know other photographers that are willing to share, inspire and help to push me along when sometimes you don’t want to pick up the camera. I’m part of a little photography group that have decided to do a monthly photography challenge. I’m sure you guessed this month is WATER.
It’s already gotten me to blog my first blog post since October 2011. Check the blog post right before this. Yup, I was major slackin’ but thanks to this group I have to at least blog every month. Here’s what I’ve decided to post as my water picture. Now head over to check out Karma Hill’s blog here. But don’t stop there. Continue on to the link she posted and you’ll get the see the whole groups water interpretation. Don’t be shy..drop us some love!