It seems I have been busy, and as a result not very active on my blog page. Well, here is an update. Beside life and work getting in the way of my free time, I have been taking a few pictures.
Senior pics, some sports, lifestyle pictures, and and engagement photo session.
Until next time, below are a few for your enjoyment.
The eyes tell all. I recently took some pictures at a local high school football game. This pictures was one that turned out. Funny thing is I wasn’t looking for this “shot”. In post edit I saw it, did a little crop and turned it into a black and white to emphasize the eyes. Funny how once in a while a shot turns up when you were least expecting it.
A sneak peak of a couple pictures from twins Cole and Jacks Sr pictures session. Just a few for right now. More to come.
Yet another funny Facebook status from my daughter centering around her life and her kids, KB.
*flipping through the channels, Joey stops at a women’s UFC fight*
KB: Daddy, tell that girl to get her head out of that girl’s vagoina.
Joey Collins: *struggling to stay serious* They are just fighting.
KB: Oh. *half a minute pause* So we are just going to stare at their butts now?
Joey: *changes channel to Food Network*
Yep I got the, “Hey you” text the other day. I was asked by a parent if I would take a team picture of my daughters soccer team. She told me that the boosters club was having a raffle in the next month and they needed a team picture for the basket made up by the team to be raffled off.
Of course I said yes. What can you do its for charity, right? I had to come up with something quick. I was only given about 10 minutes before the game warm ups to get the team shot.
18 teen aged girls. How do you get them to follow instructions and then pay attention. Almost impossible,, especially in a ten minute time span. On top of that the location was at the field, on a very sunny day. Lighting was absolutely terrible. Oh the struggle. I gave it try and came out with a few that were good enough for the raffle I guess.