Wednesday, May 27, 2009

My Newest Dream ♥




I have caught the bug for photographing people lately. Couples even. And I want very much to learn the art of photographing little peeps. Babys! Yes you're getting it. I want to add Portrait and Wedding photography to my photo skills. But I need practice and I need to build a portfolio. Lucky for me I work with mostly young women. So I asked a few of my work buds if I could take their photo's. They were thrilled to comply. My deal for them is free photo's.
Here are a few from this past week that I wanted to share. =)


11 comments:

Auds at Barking Mad said...

Great job Joanne! You are really getting good at this!

Char said...

these are beautiful - you're rocking this!

Medina Photography said...

Good Job-

to answer your questions on Emalyn- I used a the 70-200 2.8L lens on most of the shots, the other lens I used was the 24-70 2.8L. For lighting I used 550ex on a lightstand triggered by pocketwizards and carried the lights in The Light Caddy. www.thelightcaddy.com

Mary said...

Wow, really nice! How did I not realize before that you had this blog?

Indigo2087 said...

Great shots, Joanne! I just wanted to let you know that I have started a blog about some of my experiences as a midwife in the delivery suite. I'm still waiting for my passion for photography to return... :(

Indigo2087 said...

Ooops - forgot to leave the address: http://reflectivemidwifery.wordpress.com/

Jody said...

Hey thanks Indigo! I will enjoy reading about your experiences.

You know last night I sat feeding a baby that was an hour old and thought..I have the Best job in the world =)

Jody said...

Mr. Medina =)
Thank you for that information. I am looking into buying a new lens soon and am always interested in what the professional's use.

Beautiful inspiring work!

Prisca: said...

Beautiful!

Marlooney said...

Impressive!!!

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