As Monty Python Flying Circus once said. . . "And now, time for something completely different". This weeks installment I'm tentatively calling "Faces of Blip". Thanks to the encouragement of a few people (Thank you Ian and Travis), I took a step forward and out of my comfort zone, and started taking street portraits today. (Don't worry, I have some bike pics coming soon too). I am not sure if I will keep the raw edges or not, this is something new I am exploring, and I hope you enjoy it. Hopefully there will be more of these to come.
A few nights ago I was lucky enough to get all access to the Cody Canada & the Departed at Knuckleheads Saloon. Anyone who has ever been to a show at Knuckleheads knows what a truly one of a kind and great place to see live music. If you haven't seen a show at Knuckleheads, what are you waiting for? If you are a fan of Red Dirt Rock, then you are probably already familiar with Cody Canada & the Departed, but if you're not, you should check them out http://www.thedepartedmusic.com/#home
Anyways, here are a few shots from the night, hope you enjoy!
Recently I was tasked with coming up with a new angle on an old favorite. I love our skyline, but I may have been stuck in a rut. So I went out looking for a new place and a new space. Below is one shot of the old tried and true, and the rest are what I found when I went looking for something new.
Along with headshots and family portrait sessions, I also do fine art prints. Feel free to email me about pricing and options ( Don@DGawfPhoto.com ). Here are just a couple recent black and white minimalist pieces I've completed. Hope you enjoy them!
Did you know I did headshots? I do headshots. But not like in call of duty. I Do mine with a camera. Feel free to call or email me if you need your own.