Yikes! I skipped a week. I thought, when I decided to post every two weeks, that would be a reachable goal. Surely I can do that, I thought to myself. I guess I was wrong. Well… that isn’t the first thing I have been wrong about, so there you go. But, I am so sorry. For those of you who actually read my little blog, I would like to say I will do better. I can only hope. I do have lots going on. I do have lots of sessions to share. So….I will start by sharing about the project I am working on.
I have been asked to furnish some photos to a website, so they can use them in one of their new templates. I am so excited! However, taking time to choose photos is quite a task for me and choosing correctly is an even bigger task. You see, my clients always receive too many photos to choose from and not too few. The reason for that is my inability to make a decision. It works for the client, but not so much for me. I always edit and present way more images than I need to. However, I have found very few, if any, of my clients complain about this dilemma, so for the time being, I will continue the same. However, one day, when I grow up, I am sure I will be able to make a decision. 🙂
Meanwhile, I am going to post a few of my recently found old images that will be considered for use on the template website. Enjoy these–some from the not too distant past and some from even a few recent shoots. There is a hodgepodge here, because I guess I am a hodgepodge photographer. I like photographing all sorts of people/portrait photography. I just can’t help it. I have been told it is a good thing to concentrate in a specific genre, or age group, or style; however, if I did that, which would I leave out? Again, can’t make that decision, so for the time being I am still a photographer of babies, children, pre-teens, teens, high school seniors, couples, engagements, weddings, families, and even senior adults. The list just goes on. I love what I do. I hope you can tell!
To God be the glory for anything good you see in my or by me. I have lived long enough to know my strength and talent comes from Him and Him alone.
Oh…and the last image you will see. He doesn’t pay much, but his friendship is worth more than money can buy. 🙂