The next project is some image captures of the Town of Shelby, which is a pretty busy place when it comes to business and it is growing. That project starts today, and I in fact will be heading out the door as soon as I finish this post.
I need to give a huge shout out to my Mom +Sharon Brady . In a recent post I mentioned a missing piece of my life which was simply a ring that was given to me when I was a kid. The ring belonged to my Uncle, who lost his life in a car accident when I was a child. I believe that my Uncle is my guardian angel and not to mix words but in light of a few events in life, I should have been dead a couple times, and the only explanation I have for still being here is I was saved by his hand. If this makes me crazy, well so be it. Anyway, my Mom has found the ring. Thanks Mom! Love Ya!!
I have an image I would like to post and talk about, and it kind of was a real quick job. The phone rang, I answered, and it was off to the races. A senior picture, done in my own unique way. I converted this to B&W and added some structure. I have always had a love of Black and White images because I feel that they can make a powerful statement. However I add to that power through editing, to build a composite image that just makes a statement. OK I know this may sound a bit boastful, but I come to that conclusion only because the reaction I get from the people who see it and leave there comments regarding the image. Personally I feel it's the intent I am trying to create in the image and I am simply allowing those who view it provide me with the feedback. Lets face it, I could enter works in a contest and let the judges provide me the feedback, but in reality I think Judges sometimes get it wrong. In short, every shot you take for a client is a photo contest and trust me, they will certainly let you know what they think of your shots.
The Judges in this case agree.
Kind of proud of this one.
Andrew. Class of 2015!
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