Friday, March 26, 2010

Some of Baxter's many FACES!

I've always loved the faces that Baxter has! His expressions just tell you so much about the personality he has. A special thanks to the Sheffield's for allowing me to photograph their awesome dog, and of course to Baxter for just being him. Hope you can tell this dog has some personality, ENJOY!

Optical Coherence Tomography Scan

For my internship at Wake Forest University Eye Center I have been doing Optical Coherence Tomography Scans (OCT). An OCT scans the back of the eye (retina) and measures the thickness of it. It also shows any type of swelling, fluid, or other abnormalities. The top scan is what a more normal eye looks like and the bottom scan shows a patient that has sub-retinal fluid. More to come soon!


Sub-retinal fluid in the macula

Saturday, March 20, 2010

It's been to LONG!

Sorry its been so long since I have posted anything! I have been busy with my internship at Wake Forest University Eye Center for ophthalmic photography. But don't worry I have plenty of pictures that I have never posted. Here is a couple images from a portrait session with my nieces that I finally edited last night. Hope you enjoy!

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Macro Glass

For macro class we were required to take photographs of glass at a 1:1 ratio. Here are the two images that I turned in for this assignment.

Studio Portraits

A couple of weeks ago my sister-in-law brought my beautiful neices up to the studio for me to photograph. Kids are definently not the easiet things to photograph, but I really enjoyed it. Here are a few from the photo session. More to come soon!

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Macro Ratios

Our last assignment for macro class was to photograph one subject starting at a 1:1 ratio and going all the way to a 1:10 ratio. Here are a few of my photographs from this assignment. All the images were photographed using a Nikon D200, 105mm Macro lens, a halo light, and a hot light for background light.

Portraits of Gina

This past weekend my friend Gina Allen came home from Appalachian State University. She recently changed her major to photography and wanted me to show her a couple of things about light! Here are a few portraits from the day. These were all captured using a Canon 50D, 24-105lens, and a Vivitar 285 flash.