We met two days before she had to leave back to St. Petersburg, and got so inspired by each other that decided to do a collab the next day 😊
I came to pick her up and go to the park, but the roof deck looked so good that we decided to give it a try and here we go, this turned out to be my favorite photo from the entire shoot🤩
I guess I'm trying to say that even a simple place can be a great part of the photo. Don't forget to look around through your camera, you'll be surprised how many "hidden gems" you can find around your block!
Cada vez que hago un retrato, intento enfocarme en la expresión de la cara. Creo que es lo mas importante porque es a lo que le damos mas importancia al ver una foto. Mas precisamente, los ojos. Asumo que se debe a que es lo primero que vemos al hacer contacto visual con alguien. En mi caso, trato de reflejar mis demonios internos en la otra persona, mis iras. O, a veces, simplemente es mi forma de ver a la otra persona.
Fifteen years ago I joined the Air National Guard. The military really needs dentists and other medical professionals. One of the single biggest reasons people get pulled from active duty are preventable dental issues. I was in the Naval reserve years ago and I also spent some time in the Air Force after dental school. I enjoyed all that but I've really loved practicing in a small town. My banker actually got me involved in the Lion's Club. Dick Svenson, Arnold Swanson, Carl Abraham, those were the old time Lion's that were around back then. The club has changed since then, society's changed. You can sometimes yearn for bygone days but you know, things change. And that's ok. You definitely get back what you put in in club's like that. Participation is key. (Phil Bales 2/4)