Today was great! I did head shots for the SLO Blues players and the group shot for the team. Turned out wonderful. Visit their site on Facebook to see more. Search for SLO Blues Baseball.
The whole team of volunteers are so amazing. They are fun, friendly and helpful. Hopefully some of them will come back next year.
The blues team is back after 11 days on the road. I had a great time shooting the game tonight. They played Santa Maria and the games are getting series considering how well the Blues are doing in the standings. Should be fun to see how the season plays out.
I've been working on a fun new series for maternity photos. It's a great way to see how the belly grows over time. Every week to three weeks take a photo in the same position. With some post editing in Photoshop and some text, the end result is a beautiful catalog of the little one inside getting bigger.
A key tip to remember about maternity shoots, stay calm, have a good time, and enjoy the chance to document changes in your body even if you don't necessarily feel attractive. The human body is amazing and although the changes may seem embarrassing or uncomfortable, the glow on your skin and the shape your new body takes on is really a miracle.
I am currently at 19 weeks and love every change...even the unglamorous ones.
The Rawlings Cup championship at SLO Blues Sinshimer stadium was a blast. So fun watching the teams battle it out. I can't wait to find out who wins.
Editing baseball images. Quite a few to go through but so satisfying in the end to see the great home runs, slides, and crazy catches. I really admire the SLO Blues players. They sure have some skills!
I've gotten a great opportunity to capture some amazing moments at the SLO Blues Baseball games through photography. The players are very talented, the volunteers are friendly and sociable, and the atmosphere is unbelievable. I encourage anyone who hasn't been to a game yet to make this season their first! There is a fireworks night coming up and after seeing the Friday July 2nd firework night for the 4th of July weekend, I highly recommend attending.
After the game, the players come up to the stands and sign souvenirs for the fans and you get to meet the players face to face. The kids at these games are so adorable. I've seen kids practicing baseball signals, sliding, sprinting, hoping for pop flies with their baseball mitts, and enjoying great ballpark food.