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“Sir, can you take my photo so that I can be remembered?” he said. “Absolutely, brother,” I replied. His name is David, and he’s one of the many homeless people living in Amarillo. I promised David I’d share his photo online.
This awesome gal and her mom drove four hours from my hometown in Stamford, TX to Amarillo for this shoot. Wanting something a little different, Tylee requested that I pick out some unique backdrops for her portrait session. Being happy to oblige, I scoped out some of the newer murals in downtown Amarillo.
Brenen, a senior out of Spearman, TX, has committed to play wide receiver for the University of Texas Longhorns. I met Brenen at the beginning of the football season, and was impressed with this young athlete’s humility and drive.
I had such a fun time capturing this portrait session with Karley and Jaci! Some of our favorite photos were spontaneous that evening. Jaci noticed the old truck as we were walking back to my office, and the owner graciously allowed us to use it as a prop.
Austin keeps it weird, but this portrait session of Celeste was anything but! While in Austin, I was able to meet up with some friends of mine. While we were visiting, I overheard that they were planning on just snapping some senior pictures of Celeste with a cell phone camera.
The Wilderado volleyball team had me come out and take this season’s team pictures this year. If you’ve been following me for any length of time, you’ll know that the world of sports is near and dear to my heart. However, poster shots aren’t typically my thing. Usually, it is expected that team shots have some graphic design (think flames or lightning).
I’ve been waiting for months for the release of the mirrorless Canon EOS R3 this November. Since I cannot speed up time, I picked up the R5 from my friends over at Armadillo Camera in Lubbock to placate my impatience. The last several weeks of testing the R5 with the Sigma 105mm Art f1.4 has been, in a word, incredible.