Author Archives: W. Photography

Andrea + Anthony: Engagement Sneak Peek

Today was our engagement session. Let me start off by saying, these two were so much fun to work with. It wasn’t a weird “hold her, hold him, and smile” type shoot, these two were basically in their own element and I was there to capture it.

We started out at Chris Park, and then went on a voyage through the streets of Downtown San Antonio. Running in between cars, standing in the middle of the street, and not to mention, laying down in the middle of the street. Since San Antonio hosted some of the March Madness, we got a lot of attention during the shoot. Since I was in and out of I had nine lives today, but it was all worth it. Here is a sneak peek…

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Engagement Session: Sneak Peek

Today we had an engagement shoot at ChrisPark.  We couldn’t have asked for better weather as it was an overcast day, which means a lighting was awesome for the most part.  Here is a sneak peek of them….

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New Gear Today!

So I am preparing for an engagement shoot on Sunday 3/20 and had a few hours on my hands so I went to The Camera Exchange. Funny how my “in and out” mentality turned into a 2 hour browse up and down the isles.

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Review: Think Tank Photo Retrospective 20

I have had this bag for a few months now, and just wanted to show you guys how I use it, and what I put in it.

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Child Photography: San Antonio Birthday Weekend

This past weekend was filled with cake, children, and of course photos.  I put my entire arsenal of lenses to work this weekend, everything from my 50 1.8D to my 70-200 2.8 VR I. I am still sorting through and editing photos. Here is a sneak peek of this past weekend.

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Engagement shoots: March 2011

Can’t wait for my final 2 engagement sessions of March 2011. March has always been a busy month… Continue reading

Photographer’s iPad: Must have photography apps

I got the coolest Valentine’s Day gift of all time, an iPad!  Being a wedding photographer I thought this would be an awesome tool to help me be more mobile.  Let’s get straight to the point: What apps (now that I have them) can I not live without?

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