Street musicians bringing joy to our ears……… I love walking around and capturing the joy on peoples faces while playing their instruments……. Art through music and photography coming together.
Its been a rough couple of weeks due to being sick, however I decided to do what makes me happy……. I picked up my sweet little lady which is my Nikon D750 and hit the streets of the Garland District located in Spokane Washington. I love the Garland District and the vibe of the area….. great people, art, musicians and restaurants…….. you must visit if you haven’t. Before I knew it I’d been photographing for three hours and feeling so much better…. Fresh air, my camera and being creative truly helps one soul.
Our assignment this week was to shoot a product fashion image. This was what I created and really enjoyed photographing the image. I find lighting and being creative something I struggle with at times, however I find I put way to much pressure on myself I just need to learn to trust myself and let my camera guide me and just shoot.
First off I can’t THANK Andre Davis enough for modeling for me he is absolutely the best and is always there when I need him.
In this class assignment we were required to complete a fashion image it was my goal to capture the feeling of a magazine style image of a male modeling a suit. Overall I think I did fairly well however I really want to add more drama to my fashion images by playing with lighting and black and white photography…
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As photography student our assignment for this week was to shoot a still life image. I chose to shoot our states famous Washington Apples. Here’s my still life image honoring our famous apples.
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As a photography student here is my latest assignment I had to complete….. we had to do a bottle shot and this is what I came up with…..
This image is straight out of the camera and no editing done so far. Lighting a bottle is not the easiest thing to do and controlling the shadows it super hard but I’m pretty proud of the overall image.
After doing an unending amount of research on branding/logos I truly realized your branding materials MUST BE as good as your photography and you have got to put as much work into your business as you do being a photographer.
In our last assignments we were to design a logo and create promotional material which I wasn’t happy with anything that I created and what I did created looked completely amateur to say the least.
So I reached out to an AMAZING Graphic Designer who I have known for years and explained to her what I wanted in a logo design and boy did she rock it out of the park. I can’t THANK NORMA SOUZA HERRON enough for creating these amazing logos for me. Now I feel I can finally finalize my promotional material and build my website and present myself as a professional photographer.
We are truly blessed by the people we meet throuhout our lives and I must say I HAVE BEEN BLESSED…. THANK YOU VERY MUCH NORMA YOU ABSOULTELY ROCK MY FRIEND!