Saturday, January 21, 2012

A Rare Occurence

I always joke with people and tell them that I was born with a ping-pong paddle in my right-hand, chopsticks in my left, and a camera around my neck. I always love to have a camera with me BUT I usually only like to take pictures of inanimate objects or people in social settings. My forte is definitely not taking pictures of people...I choose to leave that to the professionals. On the rare occasion that I agree to do it there has to be an understanding that I will not get paid for doing it. There's too much pressure when someone is paying least this way if they are not satisfied I can say, 'you get what you pay for.'

Anyway, one of my friends was able to talk me into taking a few pictures for them for a Christmas card. Admittedly, because the lighting wasn't ideal we didn't get as many good shots as we had hoped. So, I think I was overpaid for my services when I was treated to a ranch-style breakfast before taking the pictures. With that said, here are a few of the shots that I liked:

I can't really take credit for these's hard to screw up when you have such photogenic subjects. Thanks Bells for the chance to dust off the old camera...!

1 comment:

  1. These are great, Trav! Way to go. I LOVE LOVE the third one. The lighting is awesome. I love me a sun glare :) Good job!

    P.S. I can't BELIEVE how big she is. I still remember when you had me help you with editing her baby picture! Whoa! So cute.