This past Saturday we photographed Verdugo Hills HS Class of 1965 50th Reunion. What a wonderful party. Nice to see lots of “buckle polishng” slow dancing. One does not see this with the younger generations. We provided instant portraits and candid photos. Attached are samples.
Yesterday I got a Facebook request to photograph a wedding on June 13. Last night I gave the requestor information on our services. He responded the wedding was this year; the request was sent a year ago and I never got it. FOLKS, PHONES STILL WORK. If you send me a photo request and don’t get a response, my phone numbers still work. They are (661) 254-4720 or (800) 244-4720. CALL ME.
Look at the two images with this post. The photo of the lighthouse was taken on our Oregon/Washington trip recently. Check the lines of the building in both. In the 1st image, the original, the building’s sides are slanted and would at some point above meet. When I took the photo my back was to a fence and I photographed the lighthouse with lens set at 24mm, the widest angle for the lens. Using Photoshop I was able to straighten the perspective and the lines. I could not do this with film. In the film days architectural photographers used large format cameras with bellowed lens, contorted to make the lines straight.