It's been a while since I last posted. I'm sure all of my fans out there - you both know who you are - have missed me..... right?
This spring has been busy. I've done a few portrait sessions and I've done something new: Architectural Photography. I was hired by a friend who builds custom homes to take photos for his new promotional brochure. It's been a unique challenge that has helped to reinforce all those lessons about good photography - remember shutterspeed, aperture, and ISO? All the tradeoffs come into play just like I taught back in our early lessons together.
Here a few of my favorite shots:
I shot the indoor shots with low ISO to eliminate graininess, small aperture for sharpness and greater depth of field, and long shutterspeed to ensure proper exposure. And of course, with long shutterspeeds I used a tripod to hold the camera steady.
The other "something different" from the last few weeks is that I did my first Bridal Portrait Shoot. Emily is such a beautiful young lady. Here are a couple of my favorites from her shoot.
And now for the best news of all...
We're headed back to Teton Valley, Idaho, for a few weeks of cool mountain weather! Watch my galleries at www.SaltForkImages.com for additions to the Travel and Nature section. I'll be getting up close and personal with the very best that our National Parks have to offer. Grand Teton, Yellowstone, and (hopefully) Glacier are all on the agenda for this summer. I'll update the blog a few times and I'll shoot about 10,000 photos while we are out west. Hopefully there will be a few keepers.
As always, feel free to e-mail me if you have any photography questions or just want to keep up with our adventures.
- James (email@example.com)