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Day 128/365 - My Mother
So, mothers day this years just so happens to fall on the same day as my fathers 57th birthday. The double holiday was pretty normal in that we all did our own things and only got together for dinner. We had yet another cake from my mother and Shawn’s cake decorating class on Saturday. They had decorated three cakes from a new place in Vero Beach, FL. One was for my father’s Birthday, the other was for Mother’s Day & The Birthday and the third was a peace offering or sacrifice to my X-sister-in-law or as we say “his mother”. She had lost a whole lot of weight upon being single again so what better gift then 4000 calories of cakey goodness! Hey, I thought it was a good idea. Plus, her son did the decorating. Which would explain the massive amount of frosting flowers on the cake, meant only to cover the 1001 finger holes. In little mans defense, he was only testing the frosting for quality... 200 times! On the plus side, its kid approved and mother devoured. I wonder if she shared any with him?
Anyways, I figured today instead of doing the living dead Part III, I’d dedicate is to the woman who made it possible for me to be so damn creative (translation: near broke!). My mother being my number 1 fan dedicates a good amount of her life affirming her 3 sons that they are in fact amazing. Now, some would say that would eventually lead to a large head and problems driving a car without an open sunroof. Luckily for me I had what you’d call a proverbial ego helmet on, protecting me from what I like to call J.Cory syndrome or better known as just “Cory Herb”. My brother Cory, a Marine stationed in desert of California is a cocky, quick tempered hard head that isn’t afraid to tell you just what your problem is. He’s me but with no reservations. After numerous violent scuffles, a few phones to the head and a fist fight or two, he has earned the name Violent J. I sure do love my brother, just wish I could see him more! Well, I digress once again!
My track record with photographing my mother is less than stellar as most times I end up making her look twice her age or worse. What can I say, I’ve used her for a number of photoshop experiments. Well, her and her “sister” Susan! However, despite the past, today was going to be different. I decided early on that I was going to dedicate day 128 to my Mother. At first, she naturally assumed that I was going for another digital plastic surgery type photo. I informed her that I was planning on doing her justice this once. She agreed, but between you and everyone reading this (including her) she just did it because she has the unwritten motherly contractual obligation. I’m pretty sure, spitting me out was her form of a signature... So not my fault!
I decided to continue with the style of portraits I started with myself on day 125. I’d like to get the whole family like this and get a portrait wall in my house. I setup one AB800 Approx at 3:02 on the clock figuring that straight back from the camera is noon. The power setting were very low at 1/16 and the camera was set at 1/60 @ f/14 iso 100. this would again under expose the shot my about 1.5 to 2 stops. Post production would bring back the exposure.
I setup and had her sit down. A little apprehensive due to past events, I eased her mind with a little humor and we were off. I tend to make people laugh a lot while shooting. This works great for that candid portrait like today. But... try having the model be serious during a dramatic shoot like Day 46 while I’m acting like an idiot. I try to retain myself and am usually successful. Now, Shawn on the other hand, that’s a lost cause! I’d rather gag him or have him turn away during dramatic themed shoots. If he’s not cracking jokes, he’s dancing to a beat that can only be heard in his head or making smart ass remarks like how he absolutely loves to be the human light stand on sexy shoots. Ah... Shawn!
I was however, able to retain myself a bit and get some serious shots from my mother. We loaded the images and decided to go back out for round 2. She felt she looked too teethy and too old. She said that under exposing a whole lot more would take care of the problem. Yes, mom... even the late Bea Arthur would look young underexposed by 5 or more stops!
Round 2 was more successful and I settled on a shot. I now have the equipment still setup on by the pool. I should really go get it in before FL decides to be a smart ass and dump a random rain storm on it. Oh, Florida... how I hate thee so!
Anyways, tomorrow is the shoot with State of Grace Activewear, so if your all looking for a shot with some crazy scenario, I’m sorry all your getting is a woman in active wear standing like a mannequin. Well, I hope to make it better than that but we will have to wait and see.
AB800 Med. Softbox at 3:02 power at 1/16 triggered by Cyber sync
Side note: Paul C. Buff, if your reading this, I’d really appreciate a replacement CSRB+ because 2 of mine are not shutting off and
365.179 ~ Official Birthday Portrait of a Sleepy 6 Year-Old
Today is Silas's 6th birthday. He wanted to celebrate with Max, so we drove out to Max's place in the country.
Silas romped, stuck his nose in every gopher hole, got hot, slurped water, crashed in the house and played with a horse named Raindrop. Rather, Raindrop played with him -- running and whinnying -- very sweet!
Then we stopped for cheeseburgers, fries and a shake. A treat for us both.
Five years ago today, I brought home an emaciated, goofy, anxious 1 year-old Dobie rescue. We named him Silas after a favorite Deadwood character, soon nicknamed Ding Dong after his own character. :) Happy 6th Birthday, Silly-ass.
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