Sunday, January 30, 2011

Matisyahu: PSP additional edits

Well, I learned something new about blogger today and that is:
you can run out of storage.

I have officially used up my "free" picture storage.
I can't imagine how that happened, can you?  Ha!

I've just purchased some additional storage from them (but only because it is super cheap and is easier than starting a new portfolio site).

Anyway, the pictures in this post are what I have room left to post until my new storage processes.

As I've mentioned recently, I've been working on a several additional edits of Matisyahu.
I'm expecting to do probably two more posts on him.  I had planned to do more in this post, but I'm out of room!  I love so many of these (never before seen) shots.  I love his eyes here in the first shot, the second to last shot is so dynamic, and the final shot has great use of color!

Enjoy these few shots and more forthcoming!

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Washington Monument at dusk on a winter evening

A perfect example of why I never go anywhere without my camera.

Took these wintery shots of the Washington Monument at dusk as I was walking to my car after work tonight.

Never leave home without a camera!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Chris' P.E. shots at the museum

Today I got to shoot another coworker of mine at the Holocaust Museum (see other sets here).

The shots turned out great! See for yourself:

Monday, January 24, 2011

H's Memory Shots

A wonderful woman that I know recently passed away.
I have a great love for this woman and every member of her family, so when I had the opportunity to snap some shots in her honor and of her family, it was a really meaningful experience.

The shots in this post are made up of shots from this dear woman's home (things that were just "so her" to me), some shots of her family after the services (aren't they all so incredibly beautiful?), and some items set up for/regarding shiva (which is part of the Jewish bereavement process).

Much love and thanks to the family for letting me post shots that I think are beautiful, but also incredibly significant.