I had the pleasure of visiting with little three year old Charlie for an outdoor portrait session near Madison Indiana. This little beauty is so sweet and had a great time playing in front of my camera. Just one look in her big brown eyes makes my heart melt!
A few fun facts about Charlie: She likes cheese, but only the yellow ones not the ones with holes. She doesn’t like sandwiches or pizza. 🙂
I absolutely love child photography, especially when their personalities really shine through in the photographs.
Here is a preview of my session with this little cutie.
I had so much fun working on this one year old session in Milton, Kentucky. Shantel and I discussed some concepts for the session prior and I love how they turned out! Parker is in my Graduates Program and I am looking forward to capturing his 18 months session this fall!
Is there more to photograph in Thailand than buttery bucolic beaches? Absolutely. After spending two weeks on a roaming photo tour of Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and the Similan Islands, I’m convinced that The Land of Smiles has plenty more to offer than postcard images of tropical islands. Here’s a short photo guide to one of Southeast Asia’s most enigmatic countries.
The streets of Bangkok are full of contrasts and stories. I stayed in the area right around the Saphan Taksin BTS station and never really left the neighborhood, and there is a There is much to do and see when you visit Vietnam.
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One of my favorite things to do when I travel, wander the streets with my iPhone.
I walked up Charoen Krung Rd towards Robinson Department Store, then down one of the many side streets and alleys. There was plenty of street photography action to drain my iPhone 7 battery before you can say Sawasdee.
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A second generation Thai-Indian shop owner and his father (above photo) who started it.
For more BKK street photography, check out The Real Bangkok by Simon Slater.
Food Photography in Chiang Mai
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Mango sticky rice. If I had to eat one dish every day for the rest of my life, this would be it.
One place I’ve always wanted to visit is Chiang Mai in the north. From digital nomads to backpackers to Asian tourists, it’s Thailands city of the moment.
Here are a few of my favorites from our time together. Enjoy!