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Another Whitney

Thursday, June 29, 2006


Earlier this afternoon Anna and I met up with Whitney to do some portraits. I first met Whitney back in 2001 when she was a freshman in high school. I was working for the newspaper and we did a story on her and some modeling that she was doing back then. So if you are keeping score at home...she is now a college sophomore and I am old.

We started off at my buddy Evan's house where we used his old Ford Bronco to make a few images. We then went to a empty field adjacent to a rail yard here in Decatur. As with the shots I did of the other Whitney...I'm probably in need of a good tick-check. Either this means that I go the extra mile for my clients by crawling around in bad conditions or it means that I need to find better locations....not sure.

Bottom line though...I am extremely happy with the images.



























































































I realize that these two are very similar...but...I couldn't decide which one I liked the best so I just decided to drop them both in here.
















In case I haven't mentioned it I have updated my site. It still needs some work and fine tuning...but it's getting really close to what I want it to be.

I hope everyone has a great Fourth of July holiday! Keep all of our soldiers in your prayers!

posted by Dave
Thursday, June 29, 2006

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