Pictures for the Month of July 2011
Wow! What a busy month. Lots going on with my photography.
I started the month with some festive shots to celebrate Independence Day. No, not fireworks, but some still life shots.
Throughout the years we have collected memorabilia from loved ones as they have passed on. These items have been on display in our sunroom/studio for quite some time and I thought they would make a great backdrop for a still life. Being from Texas I wanted a little of that cowboy sentiment. Below are a couple of my favorites from that shoot.
I also had the opportunity to go on a model shoot with the Dallas Photography Club. If you ever get the chance to do this you really should give it a look. I can’t recommend it enough. It was my second one and I always enjoy the opportunity. The good part about this is that you get to shoot a beautiful model and she requires vey little direction. Just give her the basic idea and let her do her thing. Below are some images I took at the Las Colinas suburb around the Dallas area.
As usual I also had an opportunity to shoot some summer basketball games. These will definitely give me a warm up for the high school sports coming shortly. Below are some of my favorites.
Hope you enjoy these. We’ll talk again next month.
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