Sunday, November 28, 2010
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
James Einolf is a luthier in Castle Rock, CO who specializes in making replicas of the depression-era Gibson L-0 and L-1 acoustic guitars (renowned bluesman Robert Johnson was once photographed holding one). Shown below is Guitar #51, x-brace construction with a Spruce top and Mahogany body. James is able to handcraft approximately 12 guitars a year, and over the years has created quite the capable woodworking shop. You can find more about James and his guitars at www.JamesEinolf.com, and you can see more images here: http://jeffwarnerphoto.com/site/Einolf_L-1/index.html.
Posted by Jeff Warner at 11:37 PM
Sunday, November 14, 2010
Tate's soccer teammate Joey brought his family down to Clear Creek on this chilly fall morning for a family portrait. The inclusion of the family dog made it entertaining as usual, especially when a piece of ice floated into the little eddy near where we were shooting. You'd have thought it was some kind of small rodent! Anyway, here is one of the select images:
Posted by Jeff Warner at 1:16 PM
Saturday, November 6, 2010
The Bairds joined Reade and I down at Clear Creek today for their family portrait; such a beautiful day for November! The kids were great, and happily got through nearly an hour of walking around to a few different locations. As always, the creek was a big hit for both tromping and rock throwing. Here's my favorite from the set:
Posted by Jeff Warner at 10:25 PM
Friday, November 5, 2010
Please disregard the demeanor of the rather unwilling subjects for these lighting tests, I'm simply trying to get multiple off-camera flashes dialed in with various diffusing techniques. It's a lot more difficult without modeling lights, and visualizing where the lights is going to go with reflectors is difficult at best. We'll try again sometime...
Posted by Jeff Warner at 10:05 PM