My Father's Photography + His Showcase
If you've heard me talk before, you know that my father is an amazing photographer. Being a journalist and photographer while he was in the Marines taught him a lot. Though the camera's been willed to me now, I still look up to my father and his photography. Besides him, there's not a lot of people who's taught me other amazing photography tricks.
Today, I want to share with you guys everything that he's done- in a showcase. Enjoy!
The picture above was taken in a zoo- yeah, through the glass. Isn't that cool?
|The 1 year anniversary of 9/11. This woman's husband (the little girl's father) was killed in 9/11. This memorial service was held in Wichita, KS.|
|After the 2005 ice storm in Kansas, a worker, dressed in bright orange, makes his rounds on the electrical lines.|
A story my father did for the newspaper while living in Wichita. This disabled child holding a flag is one of the greatest photos he's ever taken.
|How disgusting... 🙂|
|Panning while shooting at a race track. Imagine how hard it is to do that, as these cars are so fast!!|
|Taken on vacation in New York|
|He shot this street photo to show the contrast while on work w/ his camera!|
|On vacation, in Shaker Village|
|Taken in Kansas, near the home of Laura Ingalls|
|One of his most famous photos 😲|
|While shooting a story on these men in Arizona. This man put tracking devices on a rare specie of lizards that were being killed by the Arizona hawks.|
Which photo is your favorite?