Yesterday the sun was shining, it looks like the nice weather has finally come to Calgary, and I hope it lasts through the summer! The hard part is spending time in the basement studio, processing images, and getting my work done when I really want to be outside.
Working with Jillian does make it easier to be in the basement, she is beautiful and therefore her images are also beautiful!
Today is going to be another wonderful day, but I am determined to get her photo package done, so today is a promise of things to come.
Getting eyelash extension is the fashion rage right now. It seems every girl I see these days is following the trend and sporting beautiful long, thick eyelashes. Individual eyelash extension are glued to your individual eyelashes and the process can take anywhere from 90 minutes to 2 hours. and they last 2 to 3 weeks before you need a touch up. A touch up is when the technician fills in the areas of missing eyelashes.
I loved working on this Environmental Portrait, trying to create an image that shows the work that is being done. The technician was working in a dark room, with a bright light shinning on her hands and the work area, as you can see she is wearing a small magnifying glass type glasses to see what where she is to place the next lash. It was really interesting to see the process.
Environment Portraits are interesting way to learn about different job that people do.
I have hit a wonderful time in my life, my children are all grown up and they are off enjoying their lives. Yes they visit, and we do things together, but I don’t have the day-to-day worries and work that I had as a parent of young children. Their friends, have also grown up, and this is where it gets good, they are getting married and having babies of their own.
Addilyn is part of that next generation. Spending time and taking photo of this beautiful little baby gave me a chance to have a visit with Cameron and Jessilyn, who I haven’t seen in quite some time. I am new to photographing babies, and it seems to take longer than it should. Babies need changing, and feeding, and kept warm, but not too warm, and they are not always wanting to laying just the way we want them, but I do my best. All this extra time give us a chance to chat.
Thanks Cameron and Jessilyn for your time, it was wonderful, almost as good as the photos! more to come.
A little over a month ago I was sitting in the square in the old city of Dubrovnik, having breakfast, listening to The Dubrovnik Jazz Trio and watching this little girl feed the pigeons. Today I am home in Calgary, with an expected high of 0 celsius, not a pigeon in site, I am going to have to find something different to do for breakfast.
while the sun is shining in Calgary, there is still snow on the ground, it’s -4 C with a 30% chance of flurries later this evening!!!! yes it is mid april and grass should be green! But at least working on Karen and Jon’s photos can make me appreciated the snow!
Karen and Jon, fish creek park, engagement photography
Seeing all the new snow in Calgary reminds of the engagement session with Karen and Jon,we had so much fun. Back from a short holiday, almost over the jetlag, I will be finishing up their work shortly.
Crazy guys on roller blades, I think the guy in bottom left corner with the purples shirt is video taping the guy on the rail, and I know I am not good enough to risk carrying my camera while rollerblading, but he is not near as crazy as the guy on the railing. There were actually three guys in the group, and each of them must have made a dozen runs while I stood and watched. I was mesmerized.