29th Blog

Getting ready to have lunch with a friend of mine, then I have a head shot portrait session with a new client. After that I’m heading to Alliance Airport to watch the practice run of the Fort Worth Alliance Airport Airshow this weekend


28th Blog

It has been a long time since I’ve written anything on my blog and truthfully, I don’t know why. I have had lots of stuff going on and should be writing about it on my blog.

Went down to Austin last weekend to help a friend of mine photograph a couple of Pop Warner football games as she had never shoot any sporting events. It was a lot of fun but the thing that sticks in my mind so vividly from shooting these games is the screaming parents. They are shouting to their kids to play harder, cover your man better, don’t let the other kid on the other team beat you, etc! What happened to just letting kids have fun playing a game? These are 8 to 12 year olds playing a GAME!! These parents will ruin it for many of their kids and they will quit playing a GAME!!

Okay, I will now get off of my soap box and finish this blog.

Also while I was down in Austin, I had the wonderful opportunity to work witha model named, Haley Elise. Got some excellent photos of her and I will post some of her on my next blog.

Going to be a great weekend, the weather is gorgeous outside, the Fort Worth Air Show is in town this weekend plus I’ve got a Senior Portrait session on Saturday and a Family Portrait session on Sunday.

27th blog

I am very sad tonight as the news has spread of the death of Steve Jobs. I haven’t been a huge fan of Apple products for a long time, like many people are. I joined that devoted group about four or five years ago when I received my Mac Book Pro and I have been a huge Apple fan ever since. I also have an iPhone 3 and love it although I do need to upgrade it.

It is my belief that Steve Jobs will go down in history as our generation’s Thomas Edison.

Think of all the many lives this incredibly brilliant man has changed!

Rest In Peace, Steve.