I haven’t been doing a very good job of blogging. Here is one photo from each of my shoots in 2018. In March I photographed Abigail and her aerial hoop. She’s an amazing athlete. In April, India was next as part of my food series, covered in modified corn starch. Look at how it wrinkles… Continue reading 2018 in Review
So I took some headshots today. I think they turned out pretty well. A. B. C. … Continue reading Headshots
Another set from a few years ago. In case you haven’t noticed this is Rebecca. This time we’re along the north shore of the Picnic Point Peninsula. This particular location is my favorite on the entire lake. I’ve also shot here with William.
Way back in 2009 I photographed Rebecca. I’ve shown other photos from this session but there were a few outfits that I didn’t get around to.
The second in my series on food. Emily is a Chicago model who was up in Madison last October. I am extremely pleased with how these turned out. Emily is an outstanding model and I would recommend her to anyone.
I’ve known Alicia for about five years. (You can see more of Alicia here) We’ve worked together a number of times and the photos always turn out amazing. So when she contacted me about doing some pinup type photos I was eager. One of the things we did is shown above. I have a lofted… Continue reading Alicia
Since the begining of the year I’ve been trying to do this series of photos with models covered with various foods. Flour, cocoa, sugar, and others. The problem was, I’d have tons of people interested, but after a few messages they’d disappear, stop responding. Or maybe some would respond, we’d actually set up a… Continue reading Elena
Keesh Lorraine is an amazing model in the Madison area. You can see some of her other work on her Model Mayhem site. I first contacted her about working with gold leaf, such as the ones I’ve done with Rebecca. We ended up going a slightly different direction doing outdoor nudes at Devil’s Lake State… Continue reading Keesh Lorraine
Not much text with this post. Still working my way through all the pictures from that night. Click the pictures for larger images.
Yeah, it’s been more than a few days since my last post of Rebecca. But better late than never. I really liked the way the sunflower looked when I used this other black and white conversion.