Moving on, I continuously worked on these amazing images while I had the internet outage and am ridiculously excited to share them with you all. I LOVE them! If it wasn't for how ridiculously pain in the butt sand is, I would want to shoot at the beach ALL the time.
Whereas I enjoyed stretching my skills by
shooting with them at night, there is nothing
like shooting in beautiful sunset light.
I love how you can completely change the way an image
looks by changing your position relative to the sun.
Here's the first shot. . .
. . .and here's the second. . .
And, to me at least, they have a completely different feel.
This was my favorite image that I posted on my Facebook page the other day.
Although this wasn't the best thing for her back, I think they turned out splendid. Isn't she gorgeous?
There's something I just love about driftwood on the beach.
There are so many locations you can work with at the beach. I love these large rocks.
And a little black and white loveliness.
I love the fun they still have together and how goofy they are.
Spencer had a great idea involving these posts. This
was my take on the idea before he explained it better. . .
However, this is what he meant.
I think I like his idea better than my
interpretation of it.
A little walk down the beach. . .
. . .and a little lovin'.
I love the difference between natural light and a little flash.
On the left is natural light and on the right is just a little pop of flash.
I think I like both of them.
Like I said, these guys were fun and up for anything, even
getting completely soaked for the chance of a good picture. . .
. . .or two. . .
. . .or three or four or five. :D
And since they were already soaking wet we decided
to re-enact the scene from "From Here to Eternity".