We were just sitting in the office and decided the light was good enough for a shoot. I miss shoots like this. No planning or preparation--just grab the camera and try to avoid traffic. I'm hoping we can do more this winter.
I'm always torn between night time neon portraits and gritty, grainy, black and white night portraits. We did both over the course of two nights. Marissa had access to several different dresses, so we experimented with a few. Going back to the previous post about the Sony A7R III and Auto ISO, the second night... Continue Reading →
Awhile back, I said I was going to be doing more mobile posting. That lasted what, a month? Going to give it another shot. On Friday, I wandered around downtown Great Falls with Marissa and her friend shooting some night-time portraits. In between wardrobe changes, I got to grab a few shots of downtown itself.... Continue Reading →
I love tacos. I mean, who doesn’t? One of my favorites in Great Falls comes from Elevation 3330. Their Taco Tuesday is outstanding, and changes every week. The only ones I avoid are the beef tongue. I’ve heard good things, but I just can’t get past the whole tongue thing. Washed it all down with... Continue Reading →
This should probably be on the 406 Photos site, but I’m focused on this one for now, so it is what it is. I met some friends at the temporary Kellergeist location this afternoon. They’re slinging drinks from the old Bert & Ernies location until the renovations are done at the real Kellergeist. The Biergarten... Continue Reading →
ArtsFest is going on in downtown Great Falls right now. I wandered around with Jason and Heather, looking at this year's murals, and ended up with 17 and 18 of the 52 portraits. COVID definitely threw a wrench in this project, but I'm still committed to 52 portraits this year...
If you live in or near Great Falls, and you've never been to Elevation 3330, go. Especially on Taco Tuesday. Last night, they were good sports and let me shoot their portraits for my 52 project.
If you’ve spent any time in downtown Great Falls, you’ve probably seen Jenn and her laptop working on an article. She runs The Electric Great Falls, and she does a kick-ass job of reporting things that matter to Great Falls.