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Church Location Portraits
It has been about 11 months since I last updated this site. I hope to catch everyone up soon as to what’s been going on. For now, my church asked me to add some more officers and staff location portraits to our site at Grace Community Church (PCA). No problem, except it has been about a year since I last shot there, and I still wanted the images to look as though they all belonged together.
I normally shoot location portraits with 5 lights (key, fill, background, hair, and rim). I shot these images with only a 46″ Photek Softlighter II as a key, and a 60″ Photek Softlighter II as a fill and spill onto the background, both with nylon diffusers.
I think I came pretty close to matching the previous images here.
Church Web Images
My wife and I are new members of Grace Community Church (http://www.cvillegrace.org/) in Charlottesville, VA. GCC is a PCA (Presbyterian Church in America) church, located 4 miles north of the Charlottesville airport and just off of 29 North. Coming from Charlottesville, just look for the Psychic on the right (not kidding!), then make the next left onto Dickerson and follow the signs.
We were drawn to the sound, winsome, honest, and transparent teaching of Don Ward and Tag Tuck. I am honored to be part of a team that has been working on Grace Community Church‘s new website. These are some images for the site, which rolled out today.
I want the images to honor God, be interesting, and communicate who we are. More images are certainly needed, but I am pleased with the first batch.
Best of the Bentley Collections
On Good Friday David Brown, architect and friend of the Bentley family, and I had the privilege of photographing some of Fred Bentley’s art collection at the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art.
I intended to simply photograph panoramic images of the art, but Mr. Bentley (“Uncle Fred” to his friends, and everyone is his friend!) happened to drop by to see the collection before the opening tomorrow. It was a pleasure to hear him describe some of his favorite pieces and learn about the artists.
David and I will return tomorrow evening to photograph the opening.
Panoramics of the collection:
Fred, Sr. presents some of his art: