Recently I have been contacted by the LDS Church for some high resolution copies of the pictures I have taken of some temples. I was pretty excited that they were interested. Here are a few that they requested:
My favorite one is the last picture of the Salt Lake Temple. I love the angle. Of course I am biased!
I follow several photography web sites and I love it when they have contests. One of the sites I follow is "iheartfaces". This week they have a contest for black & white scenery, but it must have a face in it (even if it is the back of a head). Here is the one I chose. This is the beach at the Grand Wailea in Maui.
Several years ago I was introduced to the art form of Polaroid manipulations. I took the following pictures with an old Polaroid SX-70 camera. Once the picture comes out of the camera, a tool is used to rub the emulsion around which crates a "painterly" effect.
Which one do you like the best?
These really are Polaroid pictures and not paintings. Unfortunately this has become a lost art since Polaroid has discontinued the film for the SX-70.
Tonight I was supposed to do a photo shoot at the Sugar Factory in West Jordan. When I arrived, I was unpleasantly surprised to see locks, chains and "No Trespassing" signs. When the family arrived we discussed the dilemma and they suggested going to Wheeler Farm. So we headed to Wheeler Farm to have some fun on the farm.
I love the casual feeling of this photo. You sure can see the love this family has for each other.
Mom & Dad asked if they could get some pictures with just the two of them. They look so happy together. I asked them to kiss each other and had a lot of fun teasing them when they were kissing. That proved to be a good thing. I have a lot of cute pictures of them talking, laughing and kissing.
I think this cute little girl has a future in modeling! "Strike a pose, there's nothing to it!"
Now doesn't this cute little girl warm your heart. I actually have several cute pictures like this where she is laughing. She was ready and willing to smile at a moment's notice (or a moment's tickle).
I am available for photo shoots again. Please contact me to schedule a time.
(Effective July 1, 2011)
1 Hour Photo Session: $75
1 High Resolution CD with 20-40 images: Included
-Upto 12 people. Prices vary for larger groups.
-Newborn, Children, Seniors, Maternity, Headshots, Engagement, and Family Sessions.
Each session includes one location in Salt Lake County (other counties available upon request). I give you full duplication and printing rights for your photos. About a dozen images are professionally edited and can be done in color, black & white, sepia, or any other style upon request for no additional charge. Printing charges are extra, printing costs available upon request.
Payment is due at the time of session.
Please e-mail me to schedule a session.
Do you have digital pictures that you want professionally edited? I can help. Send me an e-mail with the digital photograph instructions, and when I get payment confirmation, I will edit them.
Equipment: I use a Cannon EOS Rebel XS 10.1 MP camera. I switch between a Canon 50mm 1.8 lense and a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lense.
Copyrights: All photographs on this site are property of Brett Rowe. Please get written permission to use them in any form (websites, prints, etc.)
If you are interested in scheduling a photo shoot, please send me an e-mail with your contact information.