Portrait Collage

This is a collage of photos that I took of Jonathan, my younger brother.  They were all taken within a one year span.  As you might be able to tell, each of the seasons is represented at least once.


Landscape – Three Waterspouts!

I took this at the same time that I took my documentary photo.  This was one of the coolest things I have ever seen.  This is a great example of why you should always carry a camera around.  I cropped the original photo so that the final version had a panoramic feel to it.

Depth of Field Assignment

This was one of the funnest assignments I have done so far.  I ran the idea for this photo by my brother, Nathaniel and he was enthusiastic about the idea.  After decking out in western wear  he saddled up our mustang, Coco.  We headed into the woods for the shoot.  The photo below is my favorite depth of field shot.

And since she was already saddled up, why not ride her?

The Five Senses

This assignment required us to capture the five senses.  Credits for each sense are as follows ~ My eyes, Benjamin’s ear, Aubrey’s mouth, and Jonathan’s nose and hands.  If you can’t tell, Jonathan is holding a camera lens!  I intentionally had a larger space between the top and bottom rows.  I felt that it looked better that way.  


This assignment required us to capture feet.  Although I normally take new photos for each assignment, I dug into my photo archives for this picture.  I took it last year during a photo shoot for some family friends.  They actually wound up displaying this photo with the following verse at their house.

Romans 10:15 ~ And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”

Emotions (silly)

This was a super easy assignment thanks to my brother, Benjamin.  After hearing the assignment details, I knew he would be there perfect model for the assignment.  After picking my favorite photos, I put them into a collage.  I added a white border around each photo so that they would stand out.