CHARLES CITY, Iowa - At one point I had individual blogs written for a number of senior photo sessions. But, my blog would not transfer to my new website, so now I am compiling a few "Best Of" lists. I have a blast doing these senior sessions. The Iowa landscape offers a number of great areas to take some cool photos. Following are what I consider to be some of my best Senior Photography. No particular order... 1. One of my first senior sessions and still one of my favorites.
Mason City, Iowa - It's not about expensive gear. I can say that all day long and mean it, but I am a victim of gear-nerdness as much as anyone else. I enjoy shiny new lenses and camera bodies. Stuff is fun. I like stuff. I buy too much stuff. Expensive gear can certainly be an advantage. My Canon 5Dmarkiii (I want the markiv... but waiting) is a great workhorse for weddings. It handles low light situations without having to use flash, it works fast and is dependable. I also
IOWA - So, I switched up my website - a complete overhaul. This means I lost all the previous blogs I had written about various projects and sessions. Now, my goal is to redo some of those as new posts, more of a "Best of" approach to some things. Other posts I will copy/paste and add. Following are what I consider to be some of my best engagement photos from the last few years. Hope you enjoy. Four sessions... In no particular order... 1. I met Chase and Ali in Davenport, Io
New Hampton, Iowa - In June of this year (2017) - I ventured east to New Hampton, Iowa for the wedding of David and Jessie. They were married in a beautiful old Catholic Church a block off the highway in New Hampton. Their wedding was my 2nd at this church and as I said previously, I am not Catholic, but really love the Catholic ceremony - especially in such a beautiful church. I love the tradition and the sanctity of the ceremony. From the ceremony the wedding party hopped i