I had the opportunity to go out and spend some time in the early morning hours with a couple of pro-wedding photographers who wanted to shoot some star trails. We had a good time visiting while our cameras snapped away shooting 30 second photos for a total of 90 minutes.
On June 5th, there was a nice looking cloud that moved in to the east of Midland. While it didn’t make it and give us any rain, it certainly showed off, especially when the sunset happened.
A friend of mine asked me to take her kiddo’s picture so they could have a few pictures for Easter. It was a tough shoot since: a) I only shoot landscapes/non-living things, and b) he’s a little over 1 year old. I was getting free food out of the deal, plus it would give me Read More
The other night I was practicing the drums, and once I was done the first thing I saw was a huge half moon. It was low to the horizon so I knew I had to hurry (since I left my camera at home. Argh). I grabbed my camera and headed out of town to get Read More