Greetings all! Sorry for the delay in posting some new material. I am a mere 19 days away from graduating with my Bachelors of Science in Commercial Photography from the University of Central Missouri. Needless to say, I have been busy completing my last photo projects of my educational career.
If you can’t tell, fall is one of my favorite seasons. I love all of the colors and the crisp air. I particularly love being able to come in from the chilly fall air and cuddle up with a nice hot cup of apple cider. When I was little my
After photographing my fancy bruschetta burgers I wanted to make sure I still had a nice classic burger photograph to work with. I had also found a recipe in one of my Taste of Home magazines for microwaved potato chips. I know what you are thinking, believe me, I thought
Well, my last official semester as an undergraduate has begun. My capstone class is a portfolio class though which we are to shoot completely new material which can be compiled into a professional portfolio. This portfolio should be pristine and ready to walk into any and every photography studio/agency/etc and
Well Missouri currently is under an “excessive heat warning” until the 2nd of July! With the humidity, heat indices are expected to be around 110 degrees the entire week. To cope with the wicked hotness, I decided to try something I saw a while back in a magazine–freezing objects into
Yesterday one of my former co-workers, Jamie Pickett was very generous with her time and posed for my newest Advanced Color Imaging assignment. This assignment’s goal was to use the photographic lighting equipment called Alien Bees. It was rather open ended aside from the lighting requirement. Spring is bursting into