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Some recent shoots

Posted in exercise, magazine photography, photography, yoga on October 22, 2008 by chris

Yes, i’m still slacking. But take heart that fewer blog posts means that i’m getting more photography work, so that’s a good thing. Here are a couple of shots from the past weeks.

First is of Dan, an organizer/trainer for the richmond-area marathon & 10k training teams. Met him at 7am (!) last saturday to get some shots before he and his team started their run. I’m really happy with the way this one turned out–thanks to Dan for standing still enough for my concept to work!

And this is Leslie of om mama yoga–yoga classes for women with child. She (and the patient moms-to-be) allowed me to invade her class last week to get a few shots for the story. i don’t know much about yoga or being pregnant, but it seemed like a good thing to be doing.

more to come…

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photo walk: richmond

Posted in exercise, photo walk, photography, photoshop, photowalk, scott kelby on August 26, 2008 by chris

this past saturday i participated in the richmond, va chapter of scott kelby’s worldwide photo walk.  it was a lot of fun; about 50 photographers from richmond & the surrounding area met downtown to walk the streets for two hours, take pictures, and mingle.

i didn’t really get any photos i love.  the one above is probably my favorite.  if you’re interested, you can see the rest here.  and this is the link to the richmond photo walk flickr group.

anybody reading this go on a photo walk this past weekend?

morning run – new picture

Posted in exercise, photography, photoshop on July 1, 2008 by chris

As I mentioned a couple of posts ago, I’m a member of NAPP. Being so gives me a place online to display some of my images. I haven’t updated it in waaay too long, but finally got around to adding a new shot today.

I took this picture about 3 Saturdays ago down near the james river. It was after one of the morning shoots with the fisherman, and as i was headed back to my car, a jogger headed my way. i noticed she was going to cross the rays shining through the trees, so i grabbed my camera and fired off a couple of shots.

She gave me a weird look and kept on running. a little bit faster than before, i think…