As a Clemson University photographer, I get the opportunity to follow our school's president, Dr. Clements. He is such a genuine man and I can see why not only the students, but the entire town, love him.
This time, I photographed him meeting some of the new students at the Welcome Back Festival, and guess who I ran into? My little brother, his roomie, and his friend! I am so excited that Jon is here at Clemson studying business because I get to see him around and photograph him whenever I want!
This beautiful face belongs to my roommate's girlfriend. She is here to visit and we decided to wake up and be makeup ready by 8am and drive to the Greenville Saturday Market. Karrie Lykins did a wonderful job on the peachy makeup and even got us donuts from the Donut Wagon! Is there anything better than donuts and a market with plants and veggies? I think not.
You Will Need:
Cream butter and sugar, then add flour and wet ingredients. Roll dough in regular sugar to coat and place on baking sheet. Make a thumbprint size dent in the cookie to hold your jam and then bake at 350F for 10 minutes! Once they have baked, wait for them to cool for 5-10 minutes and spoon the jam into the center dent!
You might have noticed that when you scroll through my instagram, my images don't all match each other like a lot of other photographers. I do not have a set style. I have a set way of shooting so that all my images have that consistency, but no set editing. I always thought that you needed all your images to have a certain feel that is consistent. I am not sure how much I believe in that now.
I think that each session and each person are different and therefore deserve and require different editing strategies. I am not sure if this comes from me just wanting to do what I want, or if it comes from the fact that my images don't have the same colors. I have been working on finding my "style" but I don't think it matters all that much anymore. It would be nice for my images to be vaguely similar, but they already are by how and what I shoot.
I would love to have a solid style, but I am not sure that I ever will. I am a photographer for the art, and helping others see and feel what I do when I capture that something or someone.