Friday, July 30, 2010

Fireworks!

July is the month for fireworks. Enjoy!





Sunday, July 25, 2010

Scott Kelby's Worldwide Photo Walk

Scott Kelby held his 3rd annual worldwide photo walk on July 24th. Over 1100 city's and over 33,000 walkers participated in the event. There was a walk here in Logan where many of the CV Photographers participated. It was a lot of fun. We walked around downtown and got to visit the Fire Department and Ellen Eccles Theater, and then ended up at the Blue Bird Resturant for lunch. Here are some random pictures I took here and in the next two posts.



















Ellen Eccles Theatre

The Ellen Eccles Theatre is part of the Cache Valley Center for the Arts which brings cultural enrichment to the Cache Valley Area through the performing arts and other community events.
















Logan City Fire Department

The crew on the Logan City Fire Department are always friendly and welcoming. I have been there on a Preschool Field Trip with a Youth Group and most recently on the photo walk with CV Photographers. Here are a few pictures from the photo walk.









Saturday, July 24, 2010

CARNIVAL

Thanks to a recent conversation with a photog friend on low light, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to try it out at the carnival this weekend.... not too bad for my first time. Hurray!










Monday, July 19, 2010

Baby Micheal

Here is 6 Month old baby Micheal. He was a joy to work with. Thanks Amanda for letting my practice my portrait photography with him. It was hard trying to narrow down my favorites, hopefully you found a few you like.













Wednesday, July 14, 2010

ROCKPORT

A day on the lake...



Morning's view....

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Park City

My family and I went on a fun little trip to Park City this weekend. We had a wonderful time!
I am finding that as I learn more about photography my camera is becoming limiting. There are many things I want to do, but the settings only allow for so much. But until I can convince myself and my better half that by spending over $1000 for a camera would be worth the investment I will have to have patience and make due.