This last week I was one of the main vendors at the bridal show held at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in Salt Lake. It is always a great show. I look forward to it every year. Here is a look at my booth if you didn’t make it.
During the show, there was a beautiful snowstorm and I created some wonderful storm images of the Salt Lake Temple looking out the window. I created a few variations and I’m still deciding which one I like the best. Which ones do you like?
I’m also excited that all of these were processed out using my new duo-tone black & white effects that I recently created, and are finished with my new line of custom edges that I’ve been working on. I create and sell these effects and edges to photographers around the country when I speak to save them time and money. These are a part of my new line of effects. I really love how they look, especially with these images. I’ve also tried them with portraits and absolutely love it! I will post them on my blog soon.
After looking out the window, I had to step out for a couple images outside. Again, I shot two variations and can’t decide which one I like better. One is shot faster to catch the flakes in the air and the other is slower which creates some really cool diagonal lines. Both work for so many reasons.
Before running back in, I got a passing tourist to take a photo of me with my camera. I love the snow in the air, but hate that I’m out of focus. DANG!
Anyway, soon I’ll have those temple images ready to purchase in my art site. But until then, let me know which ones are your favorites.