Engagement Session

Hey guys. I just wanted to post a couple of shots I got from an engagement session I shot last weekend. Enjoy!





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December 16, 2011 - 10:39 pm

Brittney Thanks for the sneak peek! Can’t wait to see the rest of them!

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September 16, 2014 - 10:27 am

Haarn It breaks my heart to see pelpoe who don’t understand how much it costs you when you fail to eat healthy and exercise. You pay the price of diminshed mental energy, diminshed physical energy and it robs you of the vitality necessary to achieve a joyful, passionate and fulfilling life. You deserve to be energetic and healthy and the pelpoe who love you deserve the best you that you can be.I am an enthusiastic athletic person, but I lost both my parents in their 60s as well. I have seen the effects of loved ones who neglect their health. Thank you Becky for the reminder that we hold they key.Live Your Dreams,Jill Koenig

March 1, 2015 - 1:07 pm

Alexandra I still haven’t experimented with HDR — if you’re shooitng a lot of photos it just seems like too much trouble to me…Besides “curves” in Photoshop, I’ve found the “shadows/highlights” sliders in CS3 to be very handy for rescuing detail from the “mud”…

March 31, 2015 - 10:47 pm

Somjit Hi Pete,It is good to see you are keeping the ball ronllig on this topic! You know my view on it. I think it is clear that everyone manipulates images and have been for years and years and , I think the point that most people miss is that not all photographers are honest and open about it. Regarding the picture above, point 1, is (in my opinion) technique and has little to do with bad’ manipulation, by that I mean digital and/or post manipulation. Points 2 and 3 are for sure manipulation, but it is acceptable for two reasons: 1, because you the photographer has decided that it looks better that way as a finished piece of work and 2 because you are honest about it. An acceptable level of manipulation will never be found, why? Well quite simply because there isn’t one. In this day and age anything goes. And to be quite honest I find it crazy that people are not more honest about their SKILLS in Photoshop. I am sure that most people who read this blog have at some point dabbled at some level with Photoshop, it ain’t easy to do the stuff some of these cheats’ do. There are several magazines that sell millions of copies world wide that are based purely on image, manipulation in Photoshop.My personal opinion is this; nothing is ever going to change until attitudes change, image manipulation is not a bad thing, if it means I can enjoy my Scottish Highlands Calender that my parents send me every new year that little bit more then Huuuraaaa! But to the people that care about these things, I bet they would look at an image and its related article/message with more intensity (with want for a better word) if they knew to what extent (if any) the image was manipulated. I certainly do, I think of it as the behind the sense bit at the end of David Attenborough programs, and I love that bit!I think this is my first official rant, sorry it ended up on your blog Pete, it was certainly not intended!Cheers S PS no one was interested in the behind the sense bit at the end of David Attenborough programs until they were told about it. But it is always the bit that gets the layperson hooked!

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