Shoot From the Heart

This is going to be a theme on my blogsite, and on my new portfolio website. It is the best advice I ever received in photography.

shoot. from. the. heart.

There are thousands of opinions on what the best camera is or what the best lense is…

There are thousands of opinions on the best way to post process an image…

There are just lots of opinions when it comes to photography.

When I shoot from the heart, opinions don’t matter.

So without further adieu here is a picture of Fischer Lee. He is about to turn 5.

He was less then 3 pounds when he was born. He now weighs over 45 pounds!

He has freckles.

He has a scratch on his right cheek from his brother.

He has eyes the color of sagebrush.

He loves to play with his belly button when he is tired or thinking.

He is a chatterbox.

He is inquisitive.

He loves to eat. He loves to play with semis, racecars & McDonald’s toys.

He always orders Chicken McNuggets from McDonald’s. He would eat cough drops everyday if I would let him.

He loves me to read Blueberries for Sal & his Highlights magazines to him.

I love you my dear boy. I can’t believe you will be 5 soon.

Mom better get busy planning your birthday party.

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Stacey - December 17, 2010 - 9:59 am

I just discovered your website and I’m so happy I did! I agree with your statement….that is always my goal, to shoot from the heart. I love your sweet words to your little boy. My oldest turned 5 this summer and it was so bittersweet. So wonderful to see her learn and grow, but so hard to let go. Looking forward to reading more and seeing all your lovely photos! 🙂

Kristy - December 14, 2010 - 8:16 am

What a great shot! And what great advice! I agree 100%! Those shots always mean the most to you whether or not they are professional quality. … coming from an amature.

Michelle - December 10, 2010 - 6:36 pm

Love it. And totally agree with what you shared about shooting from the heart. Any picture, like that of Fischer, that makes a person say “Oh!” when they see it, captured what it should have. 🙂

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