"We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are." -Anaïs Nin
Very pleased to study Photoshop for portrait retouching with amazing students and instructors at NVCC.Read More
Photographed a public meeting to consider name changes for JEB Stuart High School in Falls Church, VA this weekend. JEB Stuart was a confederate general in the Civil War. Confederate names and symbols have become the center of a very useful discussion about civil rights, historical interpretation and how we value diversity. The audience had a wide range of suggestions, some of which were directly opposite one another and all of which were sincerely held. All photos were made with my handy-dandy little 35mm Prime Lens. Clearly its a limitation, but for some reason I love this lens anyway. It just has a certain look and very seldom lets me down.
Why do you need a professional head shot? Because:
" There is no first impressions anymore. They'll google you before the first meeting. "
- Patrick Stump -
COLOR – Don't you just love it? LightEnough sure does!
The Unitarian Church of Arlington sponsored a Pride Flag Day.
Does anybody remember that movie called Words and Pictures with Juliette Binoche? Well, here's my take on it:
Words are good, numbers are important but words AND pictures deliver!
Looking for volunteers to shoot night portraits under city lights.
How about you? Contact John at either (571) 423-8794 or Virginian1711@verizon.net
ASMP DC Chapter visits the Photo Reading Room at Library of Congress
Practice – makes perfect.Read More