A wedding I photographed last Saturday


This was my favorite of the day! They finished the reception at 3:30 so the three of us went to our local Pier and took a few between the sprinkles that were falling. I was very excited at what I was able to do with this, as it was dark/rainy. You would never know, lol. I love digital!
Rho

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Comment by Audrey Ricks on July 21, 2008 at 13:51
Great photos, Rhoda! Some day when I grow up, I want to be a professional photographer! (ha ha) For now, I'll have to plug along with court reporting and continue with my "pro-bono" photography assignments as they come up. I'm with ya on the "CR'ing takes a LOT of my time" thayng! Enjoy!
Comment by Tonya on July 19, 2008 at 20:24
Rhoda,
He's just created a blog in the last week and has posted some of his pics there. He recently photographed our Texas CR convention, although he was not happy with the lighting situation. I didn't realize what a challenge indoor venues present. A few of his galleries are encrypted, but you might want to check them out. The Texas convention is "realtime" and so far as senior portraits, our nephew is Dakota Mawyer and that gallery is "Austin."
Although his sports photos are wonderful and he really captures some great action shots, I really love looking at our travel photos, especially Hawaii and Mexico -- my parents currently live near Puerto Vallarta, so we went down there to capture their friends on film and made albums for them.
I'm currently shopping for Ralph's birthday gifts. He's really hard to buy gear for because he usually gets what he wants himself. Luckily he's created a gift list at B&H and I know he loves Think Tank gear. Thinking about a roller bag. I just lifted his gear bag and noticed that those camera body and lenses are very HEAVY!!! He's currently shooting with a Nikon D300 and has purchased some $700-$1500 lenses. Too rich for my blood, but I think he's got most of what he needs on that. I'm sure he'd drool if I got him a D700, but I think I'd better stick to less technical things. If you have any suggestions for photography-oriented gifts, I'll take them. Christmas is rapidly approaching...
Comment by Rhoda Collins on July 19, 2008 at 17:49
Thanks, Tonya!
I love Seniors! You can be SO creative and fun! The sports can be lucrative if you get in with a team. ;) I have not done that. I use Miller's for printing tho. They have great setups for your DH's sports printing with online hosting and such. I know many use WHCC, but they are 'public' and I liked Miller's as it is only if you are professional. They have an incredible choice of papers! metallic is very cool! If he has a site, I would love to check it out. Thanks for peeking at mine. I enjoy it a lot. Not ready to be 'too' busy, want to keep it fun for now. CR'ing takes a LOT of my time, lol.
Comment by Tonya on July 19, 2008 at 12:10
Rhoda,
Just went through your gallery -- impressive work!! My husband just started doing sports photography to see if it's viable as his second career. Some of the baseball team he shoots asked if he would do their senior portraits. Although he was nervous, his pictures were amazing. I can't believe how much skill is involved in capturing these great pictures. You truly do have a gift! Love your photos and thanks for sharing!

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