If you still haven’t figured it out, you need to ask for the sale, so to speak. I’ve had a few people state this fact, since the economy took a dive this year (I think Hal Samples can be credited to one of those times). And guess what… It is true!
I always admired the work of Cabe Booth, a Dallas artist that paints rock and roll portraits to hang in local venues (you can currently see his work on the walls at Nokia Theater and hanging up at Curtain Club, as well as other places around town.)
Here is another recent video I did. I think I’m getting better with the Canon 5DmkII, though I could still use a bit more practice. What do you think?
This post may not mean anything to most of you. You pretty much had to grow up in the Dallas area during the 1980’s, like I did. During school days on channel 39, which used to be a much different television station than it is today, there was a children’s show called The Cartoon Clubhouse With B.J. and Lester. I watched it all the time. It was a great show for kids, back before children had twenty different cable channels all devoted to their viewing pleasure.
I haven’t had time to update the blog over the last several days, because I’ve been so busy with shoots. However, I wanted to put something up, so I thought I’d share a fair pic:
It has definitely been a musical week for me. So far I’ve photographed Fall Out Boy, Blink 182, Bowling For Soup, Boys Named Sue, Kellie Pickler and Taylor Swift. Oh, and some band I’d never heard of before (and can’t recall their name off the top of my head) on Universal’s label.
I’ve been a fan of the State Fair of Texas since as long as I can remember. I have not missed a single fair in approximately 31 years. Big Tex was always a highlight as a child, so to meet the modern day voice of Big Tex was a true delight!
A lot of Dallas streets, parks, schools, landmarks and buildings are named for people that most of us have no clue about. Well, I was thinking about it the other day, and thought I’d share some photos of Morton H. Meyerson. Yes, the man who’s name graces our Symphony Center.