Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Saturday, January 17, 2015
My best seller for 2014. I am so excited to get back out on the road this Spring! It is just absolutely breathtaking in Big Sky Country when the grass is green and the blue skies are filled with puffy clouds. There's no place I'd rather be, and bringing a camera with me is such an added bonus. Sometimes when I'm out taking my photographs, I see people drive by and wonder how they can drive on by when there's something this spectacular happening. These moments are fleeting, but even so nature is my favorite subject to photograph. Taking landscape photographs is so relaxing. There's no need to hurry, no need to worry that it won't hold still. For the most part, it will change slowly enough to really get a good shot. I suppose I prefer the solitude of landscape photography because it does allow me to slow down and really focus on what I want to capture. When working with people, it sometimes is so hectic and unpredictable that I find it stressful most of the time. I do enjoy photographing kids and families, but I find weddings and events to be far too fast paced. Being surrounded by miles of open space is where I feel most at home.
Friday, January 16, 2015
"Little Pink Houses"
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