Here is the third part of my recent Jacksonville Beach photo shoot. Thanks for your patience. I had some stuff come up last week that prevented me from finishing this.
I thought I’d get the rest of the pictures from my recent photo shoot processed today. Wrong! 🙂 One more day should do it.
I am so thrilled to be sharing the recap of our recent trip to New Zealand! This post will serve as an intro and talk you through the months of planning that we did. If you are dreaming of visiting New Zealand in the future, I hope this information makes your planning quicker and easier.
Be sure to follow this blog as upcoming posts will walk you through each day of our trip with details and pictures.
I had the good fortune to visit Pelennor Fields on a recent trip (that you’ll get to hear more about soon) and this is the view if you do a 180 at that location. I wanted to get a picture with the sheep sign in for scale and this little rain storm blew through (only lasted a few minutes) so I grabbed a few frames. Since the sun was setting and I had no time to find another vantage point, my shadow is in the picture providing this week’s self portrait.
My niece came to visit for her Golden Ticket trip a few weeks ago. We did a photo shoot that I’m turning into a composite image. I still need to shoot the background and the effects so that one will be seen in a while.
In the meantime I tried out the ring reflector again. I liked this picture because I think it captures a lot of true things about her but am really sad that I missed the focus. My finger must have slipped and the camera must have refocused on the closest object which was her fingers.