Once again, these photos were not taken by me but by my guest photographer Katie. I’m SO glad to have a recipe of mine finally captured by a real photographer because I feel like my iphone photos never quite do them justice. Thanks Katie! <3
So this recipe was easy to make and had the wonderful warm-cold contrast of a hot fudge sundae. There was no chopping or waiting for dough to rise so this would be a great recipe to make for people who just want something relaxing, relatively quick, and sweet. The cobbler was mostly soft but the edges formed a crunchier crust with a darker flavor that was equally yummy.
As I said in my other post I HIGHLY recommend eating the cobbler with ice cream as it is the perfect complement and I can’t really imagine leaving it out. In every spoonful I found myself wanting equal parts cobbler to vanilla.
Peaches still aren’t my favorite fruit but I’d definitely make an exception for this recipe. Recommended to all who enjoy homey, soft baked goods :)
A little teaser for the shoot I did with Wandy and Ricky this afternoon. Sorry for the lack of activity! I’ll be posting more soon, now that school is back in session and I’m settling back into the work groove.
Finally, posting on time! I was able to shoot with Emily again this week while it was still warm out (it snowed the next day!). This is an extra we made for my final project. Look for updates with that soon!
Wandy and I ventured into a different part of the woods to creat this. I was trying to make this another Photoshopped nighttime image and I was playing with the instructed layers and ended up loving this instead.
You should definitely check out Gregory Crewdson’s work.
Major thanks to Wandy for her smoke bombs and help capturing this image.
It rained a lot a couple days ago and I looked outside the window and saw some giant puddles that inspired me for this week’s images #katiemackphotography #levitation #girl #reddress #photography #surreal #theduelsummerproject #reflection (at The Commons at SouthField Highlands)
Alright! Back to images that I wanted to make back when I started this whole thing!
I’ve been planning this image — from sketch book to shooting to editing — all week, which is exactly what I intended to do for this entire project, though I’ve only successfully followed through a hand-full of times.
I’m immensely proud of this. It took me 6 hours to edit. The original images were taken at noon on Friday.
Brooke is absolutely beautiful, inside and out, and I am so thankful that she excitedly volunteered to model for this week’s 52. Thank you so much for modeling for me — you were fantastic!
Well, this is it. This project has been very interesting and happened to document a very difficult year in my life. Much like my 365, I’m quite proud of most of the images, but I know I could have put more effort into most of them.
Via Flickr: We had a big snow storm roll through Amherst again this week and I knew I wanted to take advantage of the natural light. Many thanks to Jenna and Wandy for helping me create this.
The process of making this is definitely what I want to aim for with this project: I have an idea for a concept during the first part of the week, shoot before Friday, and edit Friday and Saturday before posting.
It’s weird that we’re already 7 weeks into the new year…
Via Flickr: This week Coldplay’s “Midnight” was released and I instantly fell in love and knew I had to create this image; inspiration practically hit me over the head. I couldn’t be happier with how this turned out and how today in general went. I haven’t shot in RAW in a while and it was great to work in it again. This is a combination of about 15 images.
Via Flickr: What’s really great about this project is that I can sketch out a design and then follow through with it during the week and post it on Saturday feeling content. The completion of the process is so satisfying, particularly when I print something I really like, like last week’s image.
Although it’s a little out of focus, I don’t really mind today’s picture. I didn’t have a lot of time to shoot today and I managed to get this together so I’m pretty pleased with it. Because I didn’t have time to shoot, I brought good ole Nigel out today to help me due to the continuous shooting function.
Besides the stitching in Photoshop and the watermark, this panorama is straight out of the camera. It’s a combination of 11 images.