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I recieved the amazing news today that an image of mine from Miami is going to be published in Everywhere Magazine!  It’s a great new travel magazine that allows its readers to submit their images to be published.  I submitted a couple when I saw that they were looking for images from Miami and never dreamed that one would be chosen (out of thousands submitted).  I’m still unsure WHICH one they chose but I think it’s the black and white one.  Either way, I am really excited and I thought I’d share the news! 

I took both images during my honeymoon cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Majesty of the Seas from our balcony as we left port.  Our wedding was a destination wedding so we didn’t want to go too crazy but we wanted and NEEDED some alone time after over a week straight with the family!  I highly reccomend this cruise to people looking for a quick getaway to paradise – it leaves from Miami and can either be a 3 or 5 day getaway!  Great for just the girls or if you want to get some alone time with that special someone! 

Miami Skyline

Miami Beach

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MC - These are great. I feel like I am right there. I love SOBE.

Kate - Yay, congratulations! That is too cool 🙂 I actually really love the color one … you’ll have to let us know which one was the winning shot.

Jamie Jackson - Congratulations on your publish!

Todd Lappin - Oh, you’re gonna love the way it looks. We used the color photo, and it’s a full-bleed, full-page image. Thanks for contributing!!

Ghost Town Fearless Bridal/TTD Shoot

After the awesomeness that was the shoot at the Neon Graveyard, we headed out to Eldorado Canyon where the abondoned Techatticup Mine is located at.  Currently the site is run as a tourist attraction.  We were there with two model/brides Miki and Michelle.  I was unable to shoot Miki but I spent some time with the fabulous Michelle and got some great images as sunset loomed.  I want to say a very special thank you to David E Jackson, RLB Photography and Adam Koepke for helping me with the one light at sunset.  Another HUGE thank you goes out to Tim & Jaime of Jackson Photography for their help setting up this shoot and for helping me de-cactus myself.  Yes, I fell into a cactus and had a whole entire head of the thing stuck in my hand.  Which bits are still in actually.  I know you guys are really surprised!  Ha ha!

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M.Crosby - Wow! They’re all so nice. I think #2 is my favorite.

Corey - MC That’s my favorite too!!! The light was just right for that shot!

M.Crosby - I lovvvve the last one! That is cool! So dramatic.

Kate - Oh my goodness, these are OUTSTANDING Corey. I am totally in love with each and every one – the colors, the light … wow. My absolute favorites are the first B&W with the cacti in the background – it is so magical, and that light is blowing me away – and the first one with that gorgeous green paint. Oh, maybe the sun flare one too! Gosh, they are all just so great!

Corey - Kate: Thank you SO much! The eeeevviilll cacti. The light at this ghost town was so awesome!!! I wanna go back!!! Next year I’ll take you with me!

brooke mayo - the lighting on the second image is BREATHTAKING!!

Abi - Pictures are beautiful corey, thanks for posting

Frank Jones - It look like the link for RLB Photography is wrong… unless they also sell hand lotion. 🙂

WPPI Plus Class with Mike Colón (and Ray Santana)

WPPI offers classes before the big convention starts called Plus Classes that are essentially workshops with various photographers.  This year’s classes were made up of 8 of the top photographers in the field, with 20 students per class, focusing for two days on their personal expertise in photography.  I chose Mike Colón because I adore his work, he shoots Nikon (which is what I shoot) and I felt that I could learn a lot from him.  I felt that our shooting styles were very much similar when it comes to shooting so I really felt that I could learn a lot from this amazing photographer.

 The classes bascially were about the basics of photography and learning how to find and shoot natural light correctly.  Each day we had a morning session of learning the craft and the afternoons were spent with models implementing what we learned during the day.  The first day we had Jen & Adam as our models and the second day we had Krystal & Adam (same guy, different gals) as our models.  I feel that I learned a lot from Mike – especially when it comes to determing light sources!  I also learned how to pay attention more to what is in the background that could be potentially distracting when shooting.  He also had his assistant/friend/sidekick Ray Santana along with him for the class and I also learned a lot from Ray. 

I felt bad for both guys though who were mystified with my manners.  When it comes to fighting 20 people for a shot, I’m the first to bow out.  I got elbowed in the head a few times and someone hit me with their lens (some of these lenses aren’t light!  ow!).  Photography isn’t a contact sport in my world so I chose to go for the odd angles and try and get what I can.  Both Ray & Mike by the second day were trying to not be great teachers but were also shoving me in for the good shots and looking out for me.  They were both fantastic.  I can’t say enough things about them.  Anyone that gets a chance to take Mike’s workshop absolutely should!! 

Below are some shots I got during the two-day class!

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MCrosby - Beautiful as always! I love it.
Yay! I’m honored toy glance at my blog:) And thanks for the shoe suggestions. The Guess “Jelissa” is actually my front-runner right now! I really like it. What do you think of these? Are they way over the top? lol

Kate - Love the one with the slot machine … and the one below it with her amazing expression. Fabulous 🙂

Curtis - What a fabulous event. Shooting with Mike must have been a real treat. Your pictures are great! Very good composition and color. Especially the shot inside the casino. Keep up the great work!


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