It will soon be time to say goodby to my old web page. I actually liked it a lot. I am replacing it with another HTML 5 site. It will be responsive and work better with tablets and smart phones. It will also have have better SEO options to make GOOGLE happy. I decided to stay away from a total Word Press site. My blog and client cart will stay the same. Since I added a new logo this year, I am adding that to all my images so it takes time to find them and resize. Hope to have it live another week or so.
It can be difficult in the dead of winter to find a place to shoot a spring cover for a magazine. Thanks to the always wonderful people at Ashcombe Farm and Greenhouses and my cute model Kalynne. Here is a link to Central Penn Parents behind the scenes story. Spring is coming and I will be booking for environmental and senior portraits.
I had some fee time to I toned an environmental dog portrait of my Beagle Jack. I also try to take photographs everyday and here is one I took of him sleeping. For more animal and dog portraits visit my website.
This a new image I have taken for the documentary on Joanne Hocker of Total Equine Learning Center. I am able to slow down and just take images I think add to the story, since the first show at Rose Lehrman Arts Center this winter. This summer one of her horses will be having a foal, so I am looking for to covering that and the excitement it will bring for the children at the barn.
I love taking pictures of my dogs playing in the snow. My beagle does not like the snow very much like my Bloodhound did so I was happy to get these images. Jack is 25lbs and he plays with this Swissy puppy.
Everything was cancelled today because of an ice storm. So I broke out my Think Tank rain cover and headed outside. Getting the tripod in the correct position took forever but in the end I got some nice images. www.jcwphoto.com
I walked into my living room the other day and found my beagle sitting on top of an old mattress. I called my daughter to show her what he was doing. She walked over and I snapped a couple of pictures. This was shot late in the day around 1600 ISO. Note the ugly old mattress in the bottom left. I little toning in Photoshop and I have a nice little 5X7 print for my daughter. John Whitehead Images
Well it took a little bit but I should be rolling out some advertising and specials for 2014. I have been waiting on my new logo design created by Studio 160 Design. Hope to hear from you in the future.
The light was beautiful while my daughter and her friend were sledding after school so I took a few pics. Candid situations like this can be great situations to take photographs for children. First, it does not seem like a typical photo session. Second, it is a whole lot more fun. It brings out the true spirit of the child.
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