This Sunday I had a special treat, a horse foal was born. This baby horse was born just a few hours earlier. It was a “Bambi” moment for me when I went to see the newborn princess.
I like driving out-of-town to visit friends. I like walking in nature, enjoying the views and the animals, taking pictures of all I find interesting. This trip was very rewarding, cuteness ruled the day.
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I shot this image of San Gabriel mountains from a Cessna 182 a few years ago, Shot it and forgot about it .
Sometime I return from a trip and just don’t have the time to handle all the images that are not work related, I try to do it, but now and then Some images escape me.
I revisited this image 2 days ago, and decided to develop it again.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 allows me more control than I had in earlier versions, It felt more organic now, a little more like how I would treat the image in the chemical dark room.
So from being obscured, this image is now one of my favorite images.
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These impressionist sunflowers images are favorites of mine.
Wherever I am, There’s always something that catches my eye as frame worthy, And even when I don’t have my SLR camera, I always have my phone with me.
Using a smart-phone to capture quality, memorable images is challenging because phones have fixed wide angle lenses, It makes every little move more critical to the composition, I always work until I get what I want. after all, The best camera is the one you have at hand and I made sure I’ll have the best phone camera I could find! Looking at these images later, I’ve seen the potential for making Impressionist artwork of them and so I worked the images to express this style.
I shot these beautiful sunflowers at “Hopewood”, At my friend Jamie’s new concept B&B in Hollywood, California.
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Children photography in general and specifically children playing is one of my favorite subjects, and what’s better for a spring entry than a child playing in a wheat field?
Children photography is as challenging as it is rewarding, it is a specialty, Being able to connect with the child is very important. I am very good at capturing kids in a natural environment, keeping you with everlasting memories. I am very attentive to the surrounding and work with the child within their “attention zone” to create images you’ll want to share.
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Twilight time is one of my favorite moments for shooting, Just before the sun sets. This golden hour is turning the sky into a huge, very low-key softbox and when the sun is low enough I get these few moments of light I really like.
This weekend I was visiting a friend whom I used to ride with, he moved his horses from a ranch to his back yard a few weeks ago so I went to see the new tenants.
Being around horses is very special, these herbivores are beautiful and are among my favorite subjects.
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While shooting portraits of her mom, this sweet 5-year-old wanted some camera attention. As soon as her Mom left to change for the next set, I asked her to come up to the set and pretend she’s Mommy, she knew exactly what to do.
After a few smiles to the camera she was drawn into the computer and didn’t mind the camera anymore.
Climbing trees and playing outdoors were my favorite activities when I was this kid’s age, My fascination with computers started when I was well into my 20’s. For the last 10 years I build and keep up all my computers and love doing that.
I didn’t find computers very practical for myself untill Photoshop 3 came out. Looking at these images made me think whose childhood is more fulfilling, the tree climbers or the tech kids? I don’t have an answer for that.