August 14, 2010

First Photos

Alright, I figured that I should probably get some pictures up here straight away, seeing as how that's the main reason I wanted to start a blog in the first place.

I thought this could be a little introduction, if you will, to my photography (or if you won't).

My main focus in my photography is people. Not necessarily just portraits or anything boring like that, but interesting, fun, creative pictures of people. I have done head-shots for some as well, which are not as fun (appearing), but definitely still cool and sometimes interesting, sometimes creative.
For instance:

Look into her eyes...

But what I really love to do is more like this:

This picture actually appears on another awesome blog (my boyfriend's) in which he has given me a photo of the week section. 
Be sure to check it out here!

But I also enjoy photographing other things besides just people. I like abstract objects and bright colors like this:

Or, I'll occasionally do some good ol' fashioned nature or scenery shots like this:

Sorry this is so grainy/pixelated looking....I'm not sure what caused that.

Anyway, you get the gist of it. I have tons of photos, and I'm always taking more, so there will lots to see. I will also be putting up multiple photos from the same shoot, like a series in a way. 
So, stay tuned!


  1. I like the picture of the carnival ride, baby. I never saw it since that day you took it.

    Also: don't apologize for a photo's graininess, if the photo is still awesome. If anyone asks about it, tell them you did it on purpose because "that's how they're doing it in Europe". If they press the issue, a swift kick to the nuts never hurt anyone (who gave the kicking).

  2. I found you Charles' page. I was intrigued since the day I found out that it was you who took the photos on Charle's photo of the week section.

    The picture you took of the lady basking in the sun with her bright dress exuded so much free spirit that I had to take a second look at it.

    Your photographs look like they belong on postcards and galleries. By the way, I like how the last photo is grainy. It somewhat adds texture and a certain edge to it.

    Kudos! <3

  3. Thanks guys :-)
    True fans.
    Also, if you notice, I made a slight edit...see if you can spot it.


  4. What camera do you use? It has a really nice picture quality so I am assuming quite high end stuff rather entry level professional stuff that I have. Beautiful pictures by the way, I love them. More more more =]


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