Raeylynn from our black & white portrait series

This is a teenage black & white image from our black & white portrait series. I believe in mono-chromatic tones, Raelynn was in a white shirt, so I went with a lighter background. She just lit up the studio with her eyes and smile. Thanks Raelynn, it was fun working with you.

Images that speak from our black & white portrait series

Another one of my favorite images from our black & white portrait series, sometimes we use a parent as a prop. Mom expression speaks volumes. 

Simplicity never goes out of style.

An image from our black & white portrait series “Avery”.  Simplicity and timelessness image that will never go out of style.

Knowing when to capture the image.

I’m currently building our portfolio with black & white portrait series. And thus far we have had an incredible response. This image is one of my favorite images. You can’t pose this, as a portrait artist you look for that moment. Lilly loves her big sister. 

The Osceola High School Volleyball Team

Photographing at OHS Fall sports. The girls volleyball team made it fun by thinking outside the box. Thank you Kayla & Aspen for all your help. Have a great season.

Meet Sterling!

Sterling is a Harmony High School graduate from 2013. He studied acting in LA during the summer with some pretty famous actors. Sterling is back in Florida for the time being and needed headshots. It was a blast working with him. I really feel Sterling is going places. We wish him the best of luck! Thank you Sterling for the opportunity to serve you!

What time is it??? It’s FOOTBALL SEASON….

It’s football season and you gotta love this time of year even though it’s extremely HOT!

I get asked why I use flash outdoors… There are many reasons, but one reason is we aren’t always able to photograph outdoors during the best time of day. Case in point, Harmony’s football team had an 8:30am shoot on the football field with harsh sun light.

The first exposure was done with a normal reading, no flash.

The second was with flash, to help fill in the shadow areas. For the off camera flash, I used two- 1200 watt second strobes just out of camera view left & right to contend with the sun. I needed at least f/11 giving enough depth of field to keep ALL three rows of players sharp and in focus. This was the reason I brought the BIG GUNS OUT!  I could have brought flash on camera but that would not have been powerful enough to fill in the shadows. Seeing is believing, which image do you prefer?