We covered a lot of miles in Norway. And all along the way, I made Aaron jump. Read all about our silly fun overseas!
A special post for Mum – who was first to love my art
Shoots are so much more fun with a costume!
Thanks, Dad, for making me who I am today!
A comparison between attending and shooting
Yay! They’re back! The Photo of the Week was on a bit of a hiatus while I wrapped up the Japan posts, but I now welcome them back with open arms.
Every year around this time, as Halloween looms on the horizon, the undead emerge in droves. Around here, there are walks, pub crawls, 5k runs, and – of course – dancing. I partook in the Thrill the World dance a few years ago, donning the torn garments, the pale makeup, and the fake blood (and even some real blood!). I learned all of the moves and joined the masses around the world all dancing to Michael Jackson in sync. Aaron passed on the dance but was happy to limp and moan his way with me down the city streets.
This year, I chose to simply shoot zombies, instead 🙂
While I love beautiful scenic shots, my favorite type of shooting is candid portraits. A lot of people become self-conscious when a lens is pointed in their direction, or they ask if they need to get out of your shot. This makes these moments difficult to capture.. but all the more rewarding.
Part 2 of the four-day saga. Thanks, Kumoricon; it was fun!