Archive for the ‘Portraits’ Category

Closeup 2012

When I first got Beeb, I was working at a portrait studio, so the obvious thing to do was to bring her in for pictures. She was adorable, and you would so have done it too. I’ll have to track down my digital copy, but this reminded me of that shot.

Closeup 2012

The Photographer and The Photographer

Another photo from our trip to Provincetown for our anniversary. I actually took two pictures of my reflection in this globe of seashells, but it wasn’t until I looked at them later that I realized this one had John in it as well, hence the title. Very, very light photoshopping to play with the colors here – it was a gray kind of day, so most of the picture turned out sort of black and white.

The Photographer and The Photographer

Closeup Puffy

Puffy, the other cat who was laying with Sasha this past weekend. He was also patient enough to let me take his closeup.

Closeup Puffy

Patient Sasha

Seriously, it’s been a month since I updated? I guess time flies when you’re swamped with work! Anywho, the other day I snuck up on two of the cats while they were napping, and managed to get some good shots. This is Sasha, and I’m not sure I’ve seen her this still for so long…

Patient Sasha

George Washington Approves

This past weekend, John and I participated in the Occupy Worcester March of Solidarity. This was my  first protest march, and hopefully not my last. I look forward to working with these folks in the future!

George Washington Approves

Self-Portrait at Buttermilk Falls

I was almost tempted to crop my foot out. Aside from that, I just did a couple adjustments when I converted it from RAW…does that means I can call this “as shot”?

Self-Portrait at Buttermilk Falls

Spring Concert

And yes, it was cold enough that he needed a sweater. Which I totally love, by the way!

These concert pictures were taken using the zoom without a flash. I thought they looked good on Wednesday, but between then and now they became all noisy. I blame the eclipse. That’s usually when I turn things into art prints, or at the very least put them into black and white. I did try sepia, but the black and white (at 65% opacity) looked much better. I like how you can still see hints of the reds behind the kids.

Ethan's Spring Concert

Self-Portrait

What?! Another self-portrait in the same month? Well…yes…

Self-Portrait 2011

Weekend Bonus: The Photographer

Self-portrait from the Connecticut Renaissance Faire, where I brought all the kids yesterday. We all had a lot of fun, and I’d highly recommend heading down!

The Photographer

Happy Noho Pride!

Happy Noho Pride!