I had the honor of photographing my sister-in-law's family the weekend before last. Honestly, I was a little nervous when I found out I would be photographing 19 people, but hey I think it worked out. The most frustrating part is trying to get everything to look consistent. Feel free to let me know what you think.
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Last Sunday, I finally had the opportunity to get the cobwebs off my camera and go out and shoot something. I knew donkey basketball would be going on at my alma mater, so how could there not be good pictures there? It was fun to shoot, although I did see more grown men in cutoff blue jean shorts than I had anticipated.
Body Shop Brothers was a small story I did last October for my picture story class with Rita Reed. What started out as a job profile centered on one person quickly turned into a story about the friendship between these two guys who work together. Ryan and James were both laid back which made this story somewhat easy and fun to shoot.
Originally, I had all the photos and captions under the audio slideshow I did on my website and decided it was too redundant. Since I have a slight attachment to my captions I thought maybe I could post them here for anyone interested in checking them out. I think the captions say a lot about their personalities that you don't necessarily get from the audio slideshow.
While I'm no stranger to taking gobs of photos of my darling nephew, a couple of weeks ago I did my first real family shoot of my brother's little family. I haven't done much for lifestyle photography but now I find myself drawn to it. Like photojournalism, you're essentially doing the same thing; trying to tell people's story through photographs.
The hardest thing I found about this shoot (other than getting my nephew to briefly hold still) was posing people, because it's not something I'm quite used to. Also, editing. I was trying to give my photos a sort of matte look and hopefully I was somewhat successful.
I'm looking forward to doing more lifestyle work because I think it'll help with my creativity and composition areas I have plenty of room to improve in.
Anyways, hope you like some of the shots I got of these kids.