Monthly Archives: October 2013
Some faces are made to be captured.
This GoGo dance at the @dosequis Masquerade Ball looked like a porcelain sculpture. She couldn’t believe I was covering the assignment with just my iPhone. Hope she likes the resulting image. What do you think?
You can see more of my shots on the @dosequis IG feed. #StayThiristy my friends.
Last night I had a great project photographing the Dos Equis & Red Eye Masquerade. The event was off the hook with some of Chicago’s finest dressed in costumes and masks. There were snakes, huge lizards, GoGo dancers, a pumping dance floor and I was there to capture it all on my mobile phone camera.
Yep, shooting in very low club lighting was a challenge but, man I pushed this camera to the limit! Kinda made me feel like the most interesting man/photographer at the party. No photo gear envy here.
Several of my photos will be posting at @dosequis soon so please check them out. While you are there, tell @dosequis that @kevinkuster said hey.
Thanks @dosequis and #StayThristy my friends.
Seems like yesterday that we took to the road on our #jj and @FIATusa road trip.
Funny how some images strike you as posting worth as time passes. I now consider this image an all time classic!
Think I am gonna stroll down the old #jj road trip memory lane and post a few more. Hope you enjoy the flash back.
A boy meets a girl 51 years ago.
They fall in love, get married, rise 3 children, 9 grand children, share many great times, laugh often, hold each other when struggles happen, argue fairly, put the others first, pray together, don’t sweat the small stuff, trust, ask for forgiveness, receive forgiveness, embrace unexpected blessings and tell each other with their words and action I love you often.
Thanks mom and dad for all that you have done for our family. Happy 51st anniversary! You are and have always been the example of how to make a marriage, family and life successful and loving.
You cannot use up all your creativity so let it flow freely.
Creativity is like the human muscular system. The more you exercise your creativity the stronger it becomes, the quicker it responds and the faster it recovers from being torn down.
It is in this “tear down and build up” process, that muscles become stronger and stronger.
@littlecoal, although I am sorry your muse, the #littlecoalshouse was torn down yesterday, I can’t wait to see what grows out of this destruction, not only in your photographic life but, also on this hallowed IG plot of earth.
Be looking for the new door that will open soon!