I know Ron and Nita Fishburn from Rotary Club. They brought in this picture from her son’s wedding to have the background taken out. You just gotta love those 70s styles with the bright orange curtains!
Cindy is a friend of my wife’s, and it was fun to see the relationship between Cindy and Bobby bud and grow. I opted not to photograph the wedding, but instead offered to take some nice wedding pictures of the two of them after the grand event. I thought this would occur in one the neighboring wheat fields. But the wedding day was gray and rainy so we retreated to the safety of the studio. I love my studio space! Unfettered by the constrains of weather, we were able to create some wonderful formal wedding pictures of the two of them.
Congratulations to Bobby and Cindy on their wedding.
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I was excited to have the opportunity to photograph Chris’s senior pictures. We started out with some easy going pics of him in a T-shirt, something casual to get the senior picture session started. He had brought a painting he had made using spray paint on cardboard, so we dropped that in as his background. Yes, Chris painted that background himself. Very cool.
Chris plays bass in Jazz Band, so we had to include that in his senior pictures. Just a few pics of him playing, then we brought out the fog for a “performance” look and finished it off with a silhouette. Rock star!
Many of you may recognize Buck and Greg Lucy. They run the farm supply store here in Purcell.
They brought the whole gang in around Christmas time for this wonderful studio family portrait.
This is another example of our family composite. Ever since we started offering these for our families, they have been flying out the door.
In 25 years of professional photography, I have never had the opportunity to photograph a 5 generational portrait before. This was quite an event, not only for myself, but for the family as well.
I traveled out to the house of one of the grandchildren near Maysville, we moved everything out of the dining room, so I could set up my background and lights and I stood in the kitchen. Tight quarters, but we made it work.
After I was set up, we brought in eldest two members of the family and set them in the chairs for the portraits. Grandma instinctively reached over and held grandpa’s hand. I was touched. Both over 90 years of age and married for over 70 years, they still held hands. And they held hands during the whole session.