The life of a photographer who likes to shoot just about anything.

Posts tagged “teenager

On Vacation

On vacation. What more is there to say?


Picasso

I can’t afford to buy an original so I made my own.


Self Portrait of a Teenager

My daughter took a self portrait.  I thought it was beautiful and amazing.


Portrait of a Teenage Artist

My daughter sitting on her bed next to a tree she painted.


Portrait of a Teenager

Teenagers. At one time we were one and while I wish I still had my 19 year old body, I really don’t want my 19 year old mind.


Christmas Tree

It’s that time of year again!


The Eyes…

eye makeup, portrait, closeup

…have it.


The Cook

The Cook, Teenage girl poses, makes silly, funny faces while holding an egg beater mixer.

I thought it was time to update the photo on my About Me page.
The basic info is the same but wanted a new image.
I took this during a stock photography shoot several months ago.
I’m just getting around to finishing the project and uploading the photos.


The Eyes

eye makeup, portrait, closeup

Closeup photography portrait of eyes from a project.


Modern Communication

Texting

Don’t assume that they are texting others.
They are talking to each other.


Butterfly

A monarch butterfly enjoying a nice nose.


Gangsters…

Portrait of 2 young toughs. They wanted fresh breath before the brawl.


Gone Shoppin!

Portrait of a teenage shopper.


On Vacation

On vacation. What more is there to say?


Father’s Day

I didn’t have a father growing up. My parents were married but when I was born, he left leaving my mom to raise my older brothers and I by herself. (And she did a wonderful job.) I knew that when my turn came, I wouldn’t be that man.

I don’t agree with people who believe that mothers are the primary parent. “Parents” are the primary parent. Two. Each with their own talents, abilities and gender-specific traits raise a child. Men who believe that mothers are the main parent use that as an excuse not to be involved with their children. As for the mothers who believe it, they’re trying to be good moms with fathers who…(previous sentence).

Me? I’ve been hands on since day one. And I don’t have to be thanked on Father’s Day because I’m the one who’s thankful that I have them.


Picasso

I can’t afford to buy an original so I made my own.


Portrait of a Teenager

A portrait photograph of a wonderful young lady. She was part actress effecting many different expressions during the photo session while having a grand time laughing and being silly. She was somebody special.

The photography was made on B&W TMax film with a medium format camera. Developed and printed in my darkroom. The negative was recently scanned with my Nikon Coolscan 8000ED Scanner.


Self Portrait of a Teenager

The photograph presented is one that I did not take. My daughter took a self portrait. She stood by her bedroom window letting the natural light fall upon her. She held her camera in front of her and made this photograph. I thought that it was beautiful and amazing.


Portrait of a Teenage Artist

I photographed my daughter sitting on her bed next to her tree. Yes, she painted the tree on the wall. She fancies herself to be an artist. I fancy her to be a money pit.

For those who haven’t liked my Rich Green Photo Facebook Page, I would like to suggest giving it a try. While I do tie in my blog to the page, I also post interesting news links about photography, computers and other subjects. This is an example of a recent post – “Kodak discontinues colour reversal films”. You never know, you might discover something interesting.


Portrait of Teenage Angst

Teenagers. At one time we were one and while I wish I still had my 19 year old body, I really don’t want my 19 year old mind. The image above was taken with telephoto zoom lens and a flash that was propped up on the ground and remotely triggered.


Christmas Tree

It’s that time of year again!


A Photo Finish

A moment in time.


Track and Field

Now that it’s springtime (you’d never know it with today’s weather), track & field is back in action and the runners are gearing up. My daughter is on the team (no, that’s not her in the photo). Her first field event is early next month. I’m looking forward to seeing her in action.


My Daughter

The other face I never tire of looking at.