If you’ve been following along with my blog, you may have noticed some foreshadowing at the end of my previous article. I had spent the day with Aubrey Johnson, taking some great photos of her at unique locations, but they were almost exclusively done indoors. We could see in the forecast that good weather was … Continue reading Aubrey Johnson Seniors – Part Deux
Sometimes you schedule a session far in advance and when the day comes, the weather is hot garbage. Well, perhaps in this case, it's better to describe the day as cold garbage because the temps were freezing and it was incredibly windy. To top it off, the pictures were being taken out of town in … Continue reading The Future is Female – Senior Portraits with Aubrey Johnson
With the weather starting to turn cold, it was nice to get in a senior photoshoot on a lovely weekend before everything freezes. Unrelated, but it should be known that I hate cold weather. Aaron is related to a friend I go way back with so it was my pleasure to take his senior photos. … Continue reading Aaron Ward Class of 2021!
The saying goes that a picture is worth a thousand words and with the photos I took after my most recent shoot, you would think I wouldn't have much left to say. If you spent a day with the absolutely confounding Helen Mills, you'd agree that 24 pictures just aren't enough. So, why is Ms. … Continue reading Sometimes pictures aren’t enough. A day with Helen Mills in Bloomington, IN.
The story of one hometown newspaper printer and how it portends the fate of an industry By Emma Ea AmbrosePhotos by Morgan Joy Woodard and Daniel O'Donnell THAT’S ALL FOLKS. The decree is written in big block letters on the wall calendar in packing manager Randy LaGuire’s office. It marks the final day of the … Continue reading Stop the presses
Finding amazing models and unique photo locations is sometimes as simple as asking. On the Instagram, I follow a few Indiana specific hashtags and I stumbled on Angie Miller, @birdgerhl_, a stunning yoga instructor from Studio You Yoga, where she practices in Greenwood, IN. I struck up a conversation and next thing I know, we … Continue reading Loads of Fun and other Laundromat Puns
In this world of Instagram, Facebook photographer groups and YouTube tutorials, it's hard to see my work as unique. I want to take photos that no one has done before, but how is that possible when everyone has a high quality camera in their pocket and the ability to share their art instantaneously? With fall's … Continue reading Exploring and Modeling in Abandoned Indiana
On one of the hottest Memorial Days in recent memory Kaitlyn Evans and I spent some time enjoying Indiana's natural beauty. We wandered throughout streams and wooded areas near Attica, taking photos and then cooling off in the water. A lovely day for sure, made even more lovely by the fact that Summer hasn't even … Continue reading Early Summer Surprise