Sometimes saying “I LOVE YOU” can lose it’s meaning when it’s said everyday without true meaning.
I shot these images to say “I LOVE YOU” to Raymond, Jayson and Micheal sometimes saying something so meaningful can be more meaningful when you put YOUR HEART into it…..
I LOVE YOU RAY, JAYSON and MICHEAL
I don’t make New Years resolutions however this is what I hope for………
Please hold your family and friends close and remember to tell them you love them and cherish your friendships you’ve made.
Remember to treat people with kindness no matter what their religious, political officiation, race or how they identify…. Treating people with kindness it is a blessing that you give them everyday.
I am BLESSED to have Raymond Bush, Jayson Bush and Micheal Bush, Holly Gordon Bush and Amora Chreiki and Zuzu without you I would be lost and I hold each of you close to my heart and LOVE YOU DEARLY.
To my MILITARY FAMILY I love you all dearly and I’m so much better as a human for having you in my life you all have taught me so much about life I can’t put into words.
To my fellow PHOTOGRAPHY STUDENTS... create the most beautiful art and document the world as you see it…. thank you for your support you’ve given me.
Bless each of you this coming New Years….. Now go kick ass in 2018
Santa was EXTREMELY kind to me this year aka my hubby….. I received two Godox AD200 Lights, two Octaboxes, two Diffusers and Color Gels I can’t thank Santa enough.
I find lighting fun as well as extremely challenging. Switching from YN560IV speed lights to the Godox AD200 lights I found there is a HUGE difference in the amount of power the Godox lights have which makes learn your lighting settings all over again. But with practice comes perfection…. Boy do I need to practice LOL.
I shot today with my Nikon D750, 105mm lens, two Godox lights, one YN560IV speed light for the background light with a Magmod Magbeam/gel and the Godox lights were set at 128th power and the YN560IV was 1/2 power in the image with the orange background. I found in both images I really had to move my lighting around multiple times until I found what I wanted, however the glass in the orange image I just couldn’t get the glare off of it…. Highly frustrating.
As always your feedback is very much welcome and remember……….keep clicking my fotog friends.
Jim is very camera-shy however I was able to sneak this image of him the other night and was so happy with it I thought I’d share it with everyone. Jim is my sisters Jenny’s dog and visiting for the holidays. Jim is also visiting with is three other dog cousins and is so happy to see them……he is absolutely the best dog and Jim asked me to tell everyone…………
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays
From our family to your family we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays….
While I have been on winter break from my Photography Program I have been practicing my lighting by doing a different photo shoot everyday.
So today’s shoot was with a very reflective bottle and lighting……. I soon learned how lucky I am as a student in my college photography program to has professional lighting. Trying to emulate professional lighting techniques with my speedlights I find to be very challenging to say the least. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE is the name of the game, continue to challenge yourself and don’t give up.
Below are three of my images I captured over a two day period, I think I must have taken a hundred images and these are my three favorites………
For years as I have traveled this amazing world I started collecting beauitful Russian Stacking Dolls. Today I decided to photograph them to share with others who find them as beautiful as I do.
While photographing the Russian Stacking Dolls I played with lighting as well as depth of field and found photographing them harder than I thought it would be. However the more you practice capturing images of the things will only make you better at your photography….. I hope you enjoy viewing my images.
As always I would love your comments on what you think and how I can improve my photography and thank you for viewing
Let me introduce you to “Gordon” aka my Nikon D750. Gordon has taken me on an amazing journey the last year in a half when we both started the Photography Program at Spokane Falls Community College. I’ve had many people ask me why I named my camera “Gordon”….. well it’s a long story. At a very young age I discovered the amazing photographer “Gordon Parks” who impacted me through his fashion and civil rights photography and from that point I’ve always wanted to learn the art of photography.
I also would be remiss if I didn’t acknowledge my husband Raymond Bush and our sons Jayson and Micheal who have encouraged me through my process of learning the art of photography……… they have been unwilling models at times but anything to help their mom succeed has always been important to them.
Learning photography has been one heck of a journey to say the least. I’ve had some AMAZING people helping and one of them is an instructor of mine Erik Sohner. Erik is not only an amazing photographer he is absolutely an dedicated instructor that teaches with passion and wants to see his students succeed and I can’t THANK HIM ENOUGH. Also, I can’t THANK many of my fellow students enough for all their help, guidance and support, without you all my journey would have been much harder.
THANK YOU EVERYONE YOU ALL ABSOULTLEY ROCK
Marshall Lake is located near Newport Washington and is absolutely majestic and my favorite place to retreat to to find peace and tranquillity.