Same model, different setting. We took this class outside and then eventually back inside to the BU student center where they have these amazing red walls. I hope you like them.
Also, I’ve figured out how to link the photos from my blog to my website, so if you like any of these shots you can click on them and they will take you right to the gallery on my website to order prints! In the coming weeks I’ll be working on updating my old posts to direct you toward the website as well.
And I’m celebrating it with my website re-launch. I’ve been talking about it for a while now and I’m finally ready to share it with all of you.
It’s hosted through Smugmug.com which is great for photographers because they host all of your images at full, original sizes and automate the business side of the photography business like printing, shipping, payment, etc.
I can’t believe it’s only been a year since I started this blog. So many exciting opportunities to share my work and expand my horizons. I love the fact that I have over 150 posts in that span and it’s forced me to become a better writer. I didn’t have any expectations when I started and now I’m getting around 50 views every time I post a new blog, I can’t begin to explain how good that feels.
The coming year looks even better and I hope to keep expanding and pushing my brand out there.
My goals for the coming year (in case you were wondering).
- Get my work posted on some of my favorite blogs.
- Book some more engagement sessions, portraits and possibly even another wedding or two!
- Get my work up in some local coffee shops.
Thank you to all of you who have checked out my blog and read what I have to say. Please check out the new site, (it’s still pretty barebones at the moment but now you can buy prints!).
As many of you know who regularly follow my blog I’ve been taking a wedding photography class this past semester at New England School of Photography. I love it so far and I feel like I’m learning a lot. For the past two weeks we’ve had a wonderful model named Renee (sorry I don’t know her last name) and tonight I’d like to share some of my favorite shots from last week.
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Last weekend Kara and I drove up to NH for a day trip and a discounted stay-over in exchange for us sitting through a time-share meeting. Spoiler: we decided to optout of that exciting opportunity.
For the day trip we went up to Franconia Notch through a nasty storm and holed up for 20 minutes while the weather went from bad to less bad. I really wanted to try out my new lens filter and take some time-lapse photos of the falls. This would not have been possible without Kara guarding my camera from the rain the whole time as I set up my tripod and lined up the shots. She deserves at least half of the credit for these shots.
You’ll just have to imagine her guarding my camera and tripod like a mother bear from the cold rainy day while viewing these shots.
Thank you for your patience baby.