My son’s idea of a Senior Portrait. I wouldn’t want him any other way.
I’ve done some revamping around the website. There’s a new theme and some new functionality that came along with it. It’s called Chocolate WP and it’s from themeforest. One of the really nice features on the back-end is that the portfolio is now completely separate from the blog posts. I feel like it gives me a little more freedom to post photos that I wouldn’t necessarily put in my portfolio.
On the other hand, I’m having difficulty getting the new homepage slider to work. (There are two versions that come with the theme, and I’m using the “old” one until I can figure out what’s wrong with the “new” one.) It’s been a bit frustrating, but I’ll figure it out in the next few days or simply ask for help from the support staff.
I’m still working on the site, there are a few more features I want to implement. Keep poking around, and see what’s new.
Un moment de détente dans l’herbe ensoleillée.
Just relaxing and hanging out.
A classic portrait
A bit of natural sunlight illuminates and highlights
Blue stripes perfectly compliment blue eyes on a fresh face
A pretty close-up of a beautiful woman
Joy on black.
A soft look.
Classic style and timeless beauty.
Emotive portraits can be worth so much more than a thousand words.
Capturing an expression that has but one meaning.
A spouse who’s a long way from home always appreciates an intimate portrait.
Classic black and white is always a favorite.
Soft focus helps with some of those signs of aging, as can be seen in this self-portrait.
Firelight makes for lovely portraits.
Sometimes, the best light for a classic portrait is the light that is around.
Some days, things just don’t go my way.
Angles and shadows and light and pose can turn a simple lingerie portrait into something you’ll hang on your wall. (…perhaps even outside your bedroom!)