Headed out the door right now for a 9 day adventure in Wyoming!!!! Bossman Gary and I are traveling that direction for fall photos! Will try and update the blog with photos every few days. And not get eaten by a bear....
I honestly don't spend the bulk of my time photographing football as some of you might have concluded due to my many football photos. I do photograph other things and other types of people. Traveled to Pittsburg last night to photograph the St. Marys Middle School cheer squad. Fun group of girls!
I've had enough football in the rain. As you can read below....I thought my first game today was bad. Was I ever wrong...gee whiz. My night game at Pittsburg State University (the greatest school ever by the way) was horribly wet. It poured the ENTIRE time. No let up at all. This photo is of a Missouri Southern (worst school ever) football pansy getting defended in the end zone. Poor guy never stood a chance.
This little guy right here always makes a great photo. He's the 3-year old son of Robyn and Tyler, whom Megan and I think quite a bit of. For those who've been following my blog for awhile you'll notice he's also the same little guy who is on the front of my business card.
We were lucky enough to babysit for the three kids on Monday and I took along my new camera and a lens that I haven't used in at least 3 years. These were two of my faves.
Calling the KU v. Louisiana Tech football game a wet one would be an understatement. It rained the ENTIRE game. Didn't stop for a single instant. It was slightly miserable to say the least. Here are a few images. This is my favorite image of the day. QB Todd Reesing raises his arms to celelbrate a 48yd touchdown after he was leveled by a defender and the wide receiver ran through and around 6 defenders for the score.
One of my favorite parts of being a photographer is being able to interact with the public, especially high school kids.
High school was one of my favorite times in life and I enjoy the chance to give a little bit of direction when I can to high school aged kids. Since I photograph people of this age at least 60% of the time I thought I'd stick up a recent poster I had a part in. I did all the photos and the lovely Brittany designed it. Every year Fort Scott High School orders 20x30 prints of their senior athletes to display in the gymnasium. This is one of those.