The temps in Nebraska have been hot hot hot and the "College World Series" is in full swing! This is the time of year Omaha will see heavy swings in weather and the lightening will be calling me to photograph! I have yet to pull out the camera for that as I have been in studio clearing out the old and bringing in the new! I have to find a new location as my secret covered spaces to photograph storms from from do not have the view I am looking for this year. The Omaha riverside construction at this time is not pretty through the lens. I am on the hunt so look for a few landscapes in the future sprinkled in my portrait work.
I invested in new lights this last year and I have them suspended from the ceiling and backdrops hanging on my rails. I invested in some neat pop up back drops to take on location for Headshots and am excited for this to be more in my future. As I bring in the new, I decided a lot of old props need to go. Those that know me well, will appreciate my love for repurposing everything so they were donated to the local thrift stores and after 3 car loads, I feel like I can breathe again in studio. My old lights were donated to the Omaha Film Festival and their educational program film students will make good use of them. I brought in a local landscape photographer who reached out for some "headshots" and am really happy with how my lights are performing! Mark Collins was fun to have in studio!
Thanks for tuning in and see you all soon!