Thursday, November 20, 2008


I could just write forever about how I'm feeling. I could link all this stuff i have been reading and show you all the sites but the bottom line is I'm very pumped on photography right now. There is so much talent out there. It used to get me down but not i just get all fired up and excited.

There are some great shooters and I'm honored to share their passion.


Take a look at this also. My boy Josh from home made it. He kills it.

AnotherDayGoneGreat from theSHEPH project on Vimeo.

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Wine Time

Here are the two pieces that came from mine and Colby's trip to a local winery.

Hope you like them.

Let me know what you think.

Keltoi Vineyard & Winery from Colby Williams on Vimeo.

Wine Tasting with Erv Langan from Colby Williams on Vimeo.

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Just to do it.

I had a record day with the blog from that last post. Thank you all so much.

I just shot a fun story about a local winery. I'll be posting some of the work from that soon. It should come out pretty good. This is a photo of the owner and his pond.

I'm missing some people.

I was at Starbucks the other day and I saw my Dad's truck pull in to join me for coffee. Someone else got out of it.

Love you all.

Listen to "The Avett Brothers"

Car had a big day. (here)
Beard had a big day. (here)

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

I'm back.

I was in Kansas City last week for a journalism conference and I'm planning on using that for my excuse as to why I have not been keeping up. The school work is getting a little deep again but I'm going to try and post lots for the next week or so. There are so many things that I want to talk about.

For this one I will just talk about the photo contest at the conference.

The goal was to shoot a portrait of Kansas City. A portrait doesn't mean it has to be a person just a photo that showed a story about the city. We had 24 hours to shoot one and then all the entries were judged by fellow shooters in the contest. I think there was 68 entries and I got 11th. Its not great but I was happy about it. I didn't go out looking for a shot I just had my camera with me.

I hate going to look for a photo. If you are looking for one it wont happen. Just let it happen it always will show up.

(I couldn't be happier with the 16-35mm)

Gary Kirkland, bus driver for the Kansas City area enjoys a cigar during his 10 min break between routes.