Continuing on the theme of escaping during this pandemic of 2020 through outdoor photography, I take you back to the mountains of Grand Teton National Park.
Not a bad place to escape to, eh?
With the pandemic of 2020 we’re going to have to wait a bit to chase each other in circles on Thursdays in Austin.
In the meantime here’s a shot from the first and last Driveway Series for a while. I guess this is proof that some things are more important than bikes.
Watching the Tour de France has been great and all but having the opportunity to see these top tier cyclist battle it out in our own back yard is pretty much the coolest.
This snowy egret graced the banks of the Onion Creek in Austin, Texas on a warm July morning.
I felt privileged he didn’t mind the company.
Being out in nature tends to inspire people in pretty remarkable ways. That’s one of the many reasons, here at Austin Vivid Photography, we love to get out in the elements and help capture that spirit in image form.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us to help capture you in your element. We would love to team up with you! Also feel free to drop us a line anytime just to say hello, we dig that too!
Race day is when you find out if all the training will pay off.
On this day, for this NightOwl, it did.
Happy International Women’s Day!
If you know any amazing women in your life that could use a headshot, send them our way! Staying dry during the session is optional, if needed.
I just came across this image I captured years ago. It lived on an old hard drive and wasn’t given a second thought. This shot is pretty different from how I shoot now but I wanted to share it here because like all photographs we make, it’s part of the process. I feel like I am a better photographer because of images like this one. Being able to self critique and see what did and didn’t work here. It’s a constant learning game and I’m sure I’ll share something another 5 years from now that I’m capturing in this present time and be able to express the same sentiment.
I feel like that’s part of the beauty of art; it keeps growing and if we put enough work in, so long as we’re doing it right, we do too.