Below are a few highlights from my portrait session with Evenpulse. Stephen and Elizabeth Robinson do some intriguing work in the area of human performance and potential. They are currently rebranding, and I’m grateful to help them in that regard. They’re a dynamic couple who made my job easy. I wish them the best of good fortune in the next phase of their business.
Photos are now available for purchase!
$10 per digital image (JPG & RAW)!
Please take a moment to review the proofs below (click to enlarge) and note the numeral assigned to the images you want to purchase.
Email the numbers to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will email an invoice to you and once paid (via PayPal preferably), I will electronically deliver the following (per image):
- Pro Resolution and Professionally Edited JPG
- Pro Resolution Unedited RAW Image
Here are a few Before and Afters:
Thanks to Second Street Dance Company for letting me photograph your dancers today! If you didn’t get a flier at the session, here it is below:
Once I get the images ready, I’ll be contacting Becky Thompson and then you will be hearing from us. Stay tuned!
This is what happens when Plan A doesn’t work.
I was supposed to meet Stevie and Matt for a sunset photo shoot out at Liberty Point. En route, the clutch on Matt’s Harley went out. A few zip ties later and he rigged it enough to get the bike in gear, but there was no way they were going to make it to our shoot location.
Fortunately this happened early enough, and with sufficient light, to initiate a spontaneous Plan B. They were right at City Park in Pueblo, so I hopped in my truck and hustled from Liberty Point to meet them. When I arrived, we were running out of light and time. But Stevie had already found a great spot by a pond in City Park, so Matt pulled up on his bike and we went to work.
Thanks, Stevie & Matt! You were good sports about the situation and I think we walked away with some great smiles and just enough light left to give us some smooth tones for some shots I hope you’re proud of.