Monday, September 29, 2008
A big Thank you to Courtney with Indy Lock and Key and LuLu's restaurant. I had a great time meeting other singles and networking and talking about my business with the partygoer's.
Congratulations to Steve and April who won my door prizes which are my "Look Better Online" photo package which includes a photo session and a cd with 4-6 of their favorite photos that are ready to upload to all their online profile's.
Check out my website in the "People" gallery to see what I can do and if you're interested in booking a session, contact me through my contact page on the website as well.
Thanks for looking and thanks for having fun with me @ LuLu's!
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Thursday, September 18, 2008
I finished the fourth assigned set of Legacy House ad pics with the help of make up artist, Stacey Mayo and my amazing model and coworker Rebecca and have gone through and worked on the first half of this 4th set of pics.
I took so many good ones that I've got at least another set of pics that were just so good from in the studio that I wanted to do these outside shots first and then finish up my blog postings on this 4th series with the inside photos.
The title of this set is " I've learned the hard way that this can happen to anybody. And it does." The idea is that even beautiful, successful women are victims of domestic violence.
Thanks again to Stacey for making such a wonderful convincing fat lip and black eye and thanks to Rebecca for being such a brave woman to use her beauty to help me pull off these past two themes!
If you want to see any of these photos larger. Click to enlarge. Thanks for looking!
Monday, September 15, 2008
I finished the 3rd and 4th Assignment for The Legacy House a few weeks ago and have culled through the third set and processed these.
The theme that these photos was shot to fill is...
"Sometimes the signs of violence are so obvious.... You just have to be willing to look them in the eye."
As with all my blog photos, feel free to click on the photos to see them larger.
Thanks for looking!
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
A lot of people know that I love to golf. Some people joke that golfing is a good walk wasted while some say that a bad day golfing is better than a good day at work. I declare, why not combine the two?
I golf with Rick and Rick and decided to bring my camera this past time to Royal Hylands out in Knightstown. After shooting the day fairly limited, I thought to myself, "self, you could have such a good time doing PGA type photography for the average joe golfer that wants to decorate his den or have a book of a day of golf out with his buddies that he can put on the coffee table and brag on for years to come." What a cool thing to have, right?! I know I'd love it, so how about you? Then I thought, why just limit this to golf? There's so many activities that people are passionate about, what if they wanted the same snapshot of their life produced at the highest level possible?
So, are you an active person? A golfer, tennis enthusiast, dancer, soccer player, master griller/hostess with the mostess? If so and you'd love to have pics that should/could be in publication you should give me a buzz.
I thrive on lifestyle photography. Bringing the everyday magic and capturing moments that are timeless and cherished.
Ask me what I offer and I'll tell you!
Friday, September 5, 2008
I've been back from my road trip for a couple weeks and like life, things just pass. I wanted to get my trip pics up long ago, but finally I've found a bit of time to get them processed and posted.
I had such a good time exploring the Western side of Indiana from Shades State Park up to Lake Michigan, South Bend, the farmland betwixt Indy and all other points.
I had the pleasure of playing a round of Golf @ Rock Hollow Golf Course in Peru and enjoyed the course and the beauty of it as you'll see. I'll probably continue to put more photos as I find time. I couldn't help but take lots of photos as that was pretty much my goal and in the process discovered Alamo Indiana, Nevada Indiana and of course Peru. All such fun names aren't they! Kokomo was cool to see, however, of course the Beach Boys got it all wrong, but that's the oldest joke in the book and I won't go there any further, but I had a great time and enjoyed my time thoroughly.
I hope you enjoy the photos and if you want to see them larger, just click on them and take a closer look!
Thanks for checking up on what I'm doing!
Who's this Brian guy?
- Brian Diehl
- I'm one of the few people from Wyoming in the midwest. Born and bred, by default I'm a cowboy, through life though I guess I've kept the wanderlust and taken it urban. Having lived in 11 states now, I feel safe to say that I've found home in Indy. I'd never have dreamed I'd live here but 5 years later, I have no complaints! I've been a "lifestyle" photographer for quite a while. Cutting my teeth in landscape photography and photojournalism out West I've developed a style that focuses on simplicity, beauty and life lived well.