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JENNA With Our Bronze Finish

Posted by Corey Brown July © 2009

Jenna enjoying The out side playing in the Grass...

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ARIELL

Posted by Corey Brown July © 2009

This is one of many great photos we got from Our Senior session with Ariell

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An IOWA Sunset

Posted by Corey Brown July © 2009

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Chicago Sky Line

Posted by Corey Brown June © 2009

Chicago the City of Wind. Chicago is a very beautiful city as long as you take a step back from the hustle and bustle. This is only a partial of a skyline shot that was done for a commercial sub shop. The final print will be close to 14 feet wide, as soon as it is hung I encourage you to check it out.

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DRAMA

Posted by Corey Brown July © 2009

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Do you see that out the Car window.

Posted by Corey Brown On 12:52 AM
As most people who know me know that I almost always have a camera with me. By doing so I try to always get a photo every time I go anywhere Whether by myself or with the family. Even if it is an area that I travel all the time. This really does help my photography in a few areas. The biggest is always trying to find a photo worth taking. The second is practice plain and simple. This first photo is one south west of Tama Iowa. Before Jenna was born Bella and I would always take a Sunday cruise after Church and take photos. This is from one of our Sunday drives. I really hope to get back into that habit soon with both the girls. This Second photo is of a small Iowa snow storm going in front of the sunset. I love trying to capture photos like this for the challenge of how much dynamic range is in the scene. To Capture a Photo like this you really need to decide what is important to you to have in the photo and compose your photo around that. With any luck others will see what you were trying to capture. I took this photo on the way back from a location model shoot I took a Three Bridges Park near La Grand Iowa. The main reason I was able to get this shot is I left the camera out after the shoot just in case I ran across something cool to take a photo of. Just a few miles up the road I came across this sunset that happened to have a train in it. This is another shot that can be difficult to get exactly what you are going for. Shooting into the sun can cause the train to end up black or if you get the train exposed properly the sun and sky will be blown out. So once again a shot like this is choosing what you like best in the scene and compromising some other parts. Usually to get a scene like this it is best to shoot, expose for the Sun set or shoot with a - EV and try to bring your shadows up the best you can in post process. The Main reason for this post is that you can never get a photo if you do not have your camera. As most People know I try and make it a habit to always have a camera with me. By doing so I was able to get all the shots above. It seems you see the coolest things when ever you do not have a camera or have one ready. So does this mean that if I always have a camera at hand and ready I do not see any thing cool? Not at all. It just means when I do I have a photo of it when others just have a fleeting memory. Thanks for looking and God Bless. Corey Brown (Glory 2 Jesus 4 Photography)

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