My uncle came this Easter Weekend on a business trip but was able to spend a day with us. On Easter afternoon, my dad's side of the family came over for a delightful bbq. The following morning at 6:30am my dad had to take my uncle back to the airport so he could fly to his next destination. It was wonderful to see him.
After Crystal Cove Beach Cottages I headed down Pacific Coast Hwy. I was driving aimlessly looking for something else to photograph before I had to head to work. I jumped onto the I5 south and got off @ one of the exits. (Don't remember which one) BUT I headed toward the beach. I found this location and thought it was awesome, So I stopped to photograph it.
I have no idea why, but it seems that my images that I upload always seem to be wrong in color! Hmm.. On my screen on my laptop, the colors are rich. But when I switch computers... they are not that flattering. Is anyone else dealing with this as well?
Beautiful, Gorgeous, what more to say! Kat Leapena wanted to hold a fashionable boudoirish photo shoot. The images were taken to create a large 11x14 Calendar for her boyfriend! These are the PG / PG-13 photos ;O)
Redlands University was looking for a photographer for their Women's Basketball team. I had received a Respond from www.Respond.com from their head coach Rich Murphy. I had contacted him, and we arranged for me to shoot 2 of their games.
1 away and 1 home. We also arranged to have a Group and Individual/Buddy Portrait Session.
The women on this Basketball team are fierce and amazing! There was a lot to photograph. Action after action. I LOVED IT! During my time photographing them I don't remember putting my camera down! There was soooo much action from these amazing athletes that I couldn't wait for the next strategic move. Check out the Redlands Women Basketball team! http://www.redlands.edu/x32582.xml
Another successful and eventful day. I arrived at the Museum around 11:30am. As 12pm was approaching, families started to arrive to spend the afternoon at the museum. In the Cafe' area there was an area set up for the families to join start making arts and crafts. Children and adults were able to create a shirt or hand bag. There was the option to create their own art!. The families really enjoyed themselves. I'm glad I was able to attend and photograph some remember-able memories! I can't wait for the next event OCMA! www.ocma.net