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Thursday, June 17, 2010
Well well well, what can I say there is no replacement for a hot model, good skin, style and a nice body that just makes my job easy. I have shot a lot of models and when one of these things are missing you can still get killer pictures but it requires a little more work so when you shoot a model like the one I just shot today my job is nothing more than pressing the button. I just uploaded the pictures from tonight’s shoot into Lightroom so I have not had a chance to edit but I will give you a teaser.
Stay tuned for more and a complete review.
Friday, July 16, 2010
I had the pleasure of shooting with Glamariz, I first shot her for a friends promotional material for his club back in the winter. I recently reached out to her and we got in the studio and created some very hot photos (literally it was about 102 degrees in the studio) not to mention Glamariz and her newly defined body. It was nice to shoot with a model who knows what to do in front of the camera. She also had her own vision and knew what would look good for her portfolio as well as any magazine or website.
Check out some of the images:
Ladies and Gentlemen we are just getting started, stay tuned for more from Nappsack Photos.
Posted by Nappsack Photos at 12:48 AM
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
foundation for Melissa Erickson (aka Mo). The foundation was created in honor of Mo and to
raise awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS).
I did not have a lot of prior knowledge regarding the disease state but I quickly learned that
many people lives have been effected by this disease in one way or another. That is why the
Melissa Erickson Foundation is so important in the efforts to raise awareness as well as funding
I say more. Although this was my first time meeting Mo I realized that my job that day was not to
photograph another event for my resume but it was to be a team player and play my role. My job that
day was to capture the memories, the love, the fun and the essence of what it means to race
around the needle for a special person like Mo. I do what I do to make a living but times like this
really sum up why I grab my camera every morning and head out into the streets hoping to put a
smile on someones face.
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
I just got my second wind and I wanted to blog about the last two weeks I spent in Seattle, WA. That is my birth place, the city I can credit for shaping and molding me into the man I am today but enough of the mushie stuff lets talk photography. Seattle folk really came out and support my movement and in return I will be delivering my supporter a product that will exceed their expectations. Most of the people I photographed remember as the Freshman Prince at Garfield High school not as the artist that I am. In my younger years being into poetry, art and photography were not all that cool, actually that made you a little weird so many of my friends never saw that side of me. Now I am a established adult and I do not care what people say, not to mention the arts a kinda cool (thank you Love Jones and Neo-soul) so everyone was surprised when I said I am a photographer and a architectural designer. The need to express a feeling and beauty without words is the coolest thing and I wanted to share some of the coolest things that I have seen my whole life but never appreciated.
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I just wanted to share a few images from my trip back home. Stay tuned for more pictures from my Seattle family photo shoots.