It seems like quite a while since I've blogged anything. All of a sudden, life got unexpectedly busy--in a good way, but busy nonetheless. School with its final exams and graduation, opportunities to photograph a variety of people and events, and even photography classes have made the past few weeks pass by in a blur, but it's been so much fun.
A few of my seniors asked if I would take their senior pictures, and I was honored to do so. The Lord has perfect timing, too, because I am taking classes at church from professional photographers who are teaching me SO much; I am inundated with information, but I've been able to use it all to make my pictures that much better; that much more special. I love it
The location of my portraits is a local hot spot--at least to my students. It's the JFK Memorial in a rougher part of town that has secluded this one little area and left it beautiful and serene. It's a bit multi-faceted, as it has a gorgeous stone and wrought iron bridge, a fountain area where children and animals can play, and a Spanish-style gazebo area that overlooks a lush backdrop before the skyline of the city breaks through. It's breathtaking, really.