A photograph is more than an image frozen on paper or plastered on your computer screen; it is a recording of a moment in life.
I have a professional website. After a few jobs, I realized that I need a place to show the images and allow the clients to purchase prints. So here it is: R Howard Photography.
I guess that means I’m on my way to being a professional. Wish me luck.
I am including this shot of the butterfly for a few reasons: 1) It’s my favorite butterfly image so far, and 2) a butterfly seems appropriate right now because it represents new beginnings.
My dream is to create images that evoke some kind of response, that elicit emotions, but it is larger than that. I want to make an impact with my camera. I want to make a difference, even if it is in one person’s life. I don’t know how I will do that yet, but I believe in the power of the photograph.
A photograph is more than an image frozen on paper or plastered on your computer screen; it is a recording of a moment in life. When you look at the picture, your mind and heart see more than just an image, because you remember that moment and you recall the emotions you felt.
Even if you do not know the person in the photograph or have never physically experienced the scene portrayed in the picture, there could be something the image that touches you.
I want to capture those emotions; more than that, I want to convey those emotions.
Today, my older son and I took my granddaughter (umm…his daughter) ice skating. It was heartwarming to watch him teach her; he was patient, encouraging, loving, and fun.
I believe that if more children could spend time with their fathers, our world would be a lot better place.
My younger son became a father two days ago, and I can’t wait to watch him teach and play with his daughter. I know that he too will be a patient, encouraging, loving and fun father.
2:28 PM: It’s slippery. It didn’t look slippery from behind the glass.
2:29 PM: Hi, I think I might like this…maybe…um, not so sure.
2:30 PM: This might be fun.
2:34 PM: This is awesome!
2:38 PM: I might be getting the hang of this.
2:54 PM: When my legs get tired, I can count on Daddy for fun!
3:22 PM: No need for the walker! I’ve got Daddy!
Don’t play the saxophone. Let it play you.
Oh I love a sweet sultry sax … and that is what I heard Saturday night.
I met up with a local photography club to photograph Christmas lights and learned this cool trick called “dragging the lens.”
6 seconds at f/16, ISO 100, 24 mm (24-105 lens)
It’s a quarter moon in a ten cent town
Time for me to lay my heartaches down…
1/40 sec at f/11, ISO 100, 200 mm lens w/ 2X extender on 70-200 lens, Canon 60D
I borrowed my son’s 2X extender to capture tonight’s first quarter moon. He may or may not get it back.
Quote from “Easy From Now On” written by Susana Clark and soulfully performed by Emmylou Harris.