Good morning everyone. I hope everyone had a great weekend, and a great mothers day. I spent the day at the Reds game with my wife and kids, then we(my 3 year old twins and I) washed my wife's car for her. Great stuff. Friday and Saturday were a different story though. I spent both of those days working with some people one on one to teach a few things about some photography. While waiting for the second person to get there I started taking some photos of some interesting buildings and such by the L&M train station in Lebanon Ohio. This is one of the shots that I got. I actually did a little PSing to it to remove some power lines that I didn't like but I really didn't do that much.
This is my favorite photograph of the day. I took this at Ault park up on the top of the stairs. It was one of a series of shots that I took to show her the difference between No flash and flash. Not that I didn't enjoy working with the other two people that day, but the stuff at Ault park was the most fun for me that day. Besides the beautiful model/student I just love that place. It lends itself well to photographers. As a matter of fact David Ziser uses some shots he took there for most of the media that he's sending out about his upcoming workshops. Great place.
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Ok enough is enough I give in. I'm heading to get caffeine. I'll see you all tomorrow. Jason