If you have run out of room on your walls or like more photographs than you want to print, then what about a book. I am not talking about the cheap Target, or Snapfish books, I am talking about an affordable yet high quality book. Most people think of book for wedding albums but what about family portraits! A small layflat AsukaBook is a great option print 20 different images since most people would not have room on the wall. I take a lot of photographs in different locations when I am hired for an environmental portrait. Most people have trouble deciding on what to print. Books are a great option. Feel free to give me a call.
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The light was nice so I took an hour to photography some fall leaves yesterday. It takes more time to find interesting leaves than it did to actually take the photos. The first is a Japanese maple and the other is a Crape Myrtle. Both images will be for sale on my site. I will adding a few more in coming days. Enjoy it while it lasts.
I am starting a fine art mixed media project. I shot a couple test images for the project in Steelton. Here are two of the black and white photographs I will be working with. Keep posted over the winter for progress and finished pieces. For more images visit my website at www.jcwphoto.com
It is really hard to predict where you will find nice fall photos every year. It depends on the mix of trees and there colors, when they turn and a lot of luck. I spent all last week looking and found nothing. I just happened to be in the right place for this one.
As soon as I saw this costume I had to take this portrait. I love a nice sugar mask. It was in a church parking lot with kids and vehicles all around us. I took her over to a brick wall where she was lit by the sun to ensure a clean background. The rest I did in Photoshop. I knew exactly how this image would look even before I took the image. Anyone can take a photo but a major part of my my job and more time consuming is the editing process. I take pride in what I do after the fact to enhance all my portraits. Have a fun Halloween Thursday. I will be speaking at Rose Lehrman Art Gallery from 5:30-7 and attending the Home and Away reception afterwards. Feel free to see more imagery on my website www.jcwphoto.com
I can’t say we had great fall color here in central Pennsylvania but some beautiful light Sunday. It took about two hours for this shoot Sunday which is a long time for children. This little girl was very comfortable in front of the camera, I didn’t have to give her any direction at all. Winter will be here soon and I will see how many people I can lure outside. It is actually a great time for photos especially when it snows.
This was my favorite photo from the Hershey Half Marathon. I have to thank Bob for getting the point of the event. This is what a photojournalist waits for, the one person who can make the day extra special for the true hero. Please visit my website www.jcwphoto.com for more images.
I was bored last night at Total Equine Learning Center. I decided to shoot some images at 12800 ISO to see what the would look like. I have never had my camera above 8000, so I gave it a try. Here are a few images. Pretty impressive. Digital technology is far superior and safer than film. The quality of images and variety of printing is astounding.
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