Thanks Labellum for getting our work into Borrowed & Blue and thanks for connecting us with Farah and Alan! Mollie F Eckman , you and your staff atRainbow Ranch Lodge always make our clients’ weddings one of the best days of their lives. We met with this weekend’s Rainbow Ranch Lodge & Restaurant couple and they gushed over how great you are.
The school year is not yet over but it’s already time to schedule senior photos. We did this senior session yesterday.
After two weeks on the road through the West we are back home in Montana refreshed and ready to work again. Can’t wait for summer in Montana.
Here are a few images from our trip.
I think it really important in the new digital world that photographers keep growing in their toning skills by
experimenting with photoshop and other editing tools to get an expanding voice into the images. Photography
is a personal journey and so who are we as photographers if we are not putting our voice into the images?
This week I gave a talk and class in photographing dogs at The Glass House Photo Group at f11 in Bozeman. After a slide show and discussion we took to the alley with three dogs. Watching the other photographers enjoy making images of the dogs with the same joy I have for it was really gratifying for me. Dogs continue to bring so much happiness to people who spend the time with them.
The weather is getting better and better in Montana for outdoor images. We are already scheduling pet sessions along with family, seniors, kids and weddings for the short Montana photo season of summer and fall. This year we have made an affordable pet session collection of digital images so pet owners can keep the images of their loved ones forever. Give the studio a call or email to get details. In the meantime take a look at our updated “pets and their people” gallery.
Ellie and Carl joined lives and families last week in their Big Sky Chapel, Montana wedding ceremony. The wedding was appropriately kid-centered, and that element made the event so special and fun to photograph and attend.