This was a quick Instagram image shot back stage during a wind's symphony college during my years at Southwest Baptist University. Tyler was quite worn out.
This image was shot with an SLR film camera. It was developed in black and white in a dark room. This was the first image in a study of how the lens works in conjunction with the shutter speed to determine amount of blur and light. The wider the aperature, the more light moves to the film, which decreases the amount of time needed to shoot, and decreases the amount of information that is picked up.
Another quick Instagram image. I love the crack running down the right side of the road, it adds to the character of the house and overall shot.
Shot with an iPhone and with Instagram.
In a photoshoot for Lindsay Gingrich, I was able to accomplish a trendy look with color correction. Lighting was very difficult in the studio I had access to. Also difficult was working on film, developing from WalMart does not produce true high res images.
I do not remember the details to this image, but it was hilarious. I love Maddie's expressions!
Shot in black and white and developed in a dark room. I really liked the high-contrast result of my printing method using special lenses to achieve harsher values.
Just for fun, it feels like a 3D room.
I took this photo for the Bolivar R~1 School district "Learning for Life" magazine. I shot it with role film and an SLR camera. It is grainy and yet full of character.
This is a photograph of one of the biggest soundboards in the US. It is from OceanWay Studios in Nashville, TN. It is also fully analogue.
Shot during a beautiful sunset, I was able to accomplish capturing a cool lens flare that perfectly balances against the figure in the photograph.
Caption for image 12.