The Look Back.
Photography in the Driver's Seat
Writing has taken a back seat to photography this week. I've been working up to a big wedding gig for a wonderful couple. Above is the first image from that event, and I am pleased with the results. It was also the first event I've shot with my new Canon 24-70 2.8 lens. I've gotten spectacular results with it!
I'll be sharing images from this wedding in the coming weeks, but first I'd like to show you a few images I haven't shared yet. These are from recent sessions I had with military families. These were wonderful events with great Airmen and their families. Its always a treat to shoot around an aircraft, especially my beloved Huey helicopter.
I must admit I'm a bit of an unorthodox family photographer. I try to find new styles and angles that set my work apart, yet meet client expectations. I blend those expectations with the best available light, subject personality, location conditions, and a dose of enthusiasm and fun. My goal is not only high quality, but unique.
If you like what you see and you're looking for a different kind of portrait photography, images that will set your memories apart from anyone else's, please contact me via my Facebook and let's set up a session.
All images copyright 2021 Brian L. Braden Photography and Creative Arts.
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