October 26, 2010

Harvest.

I am not a professional photographer.... although I would love to be.
I have never taken a course.... although I would love to.
So when I was asked to photograph a family farm during Harvest here in our "vegetable capital of Ontario" town, I was flustered, flattered, excited, and scared to death.

And I said yes.

So for the last few weeks, I have hobbled on over to the farm with my camera on one arm and my cast on one foot, and taken hundreds of pictures.

I am kinda known as the paparazzi down this road now. Many old men on bicycles have stopped to ask me why on earth I am out there in the muck with a broken foot taking pictures of onions and carrots.

I just tell them I love taking pictures and nothing excites me more than taking great photographs of simple objects.

Like carrots and onions.

Here is a preview. Just because.








8 comments:

Brooke G. said...

These ARE STUNNING! I love the composition and you nailed the simplicity. Less is more when it comes to photographing. These need to be published! :D

Heatherlyn said...

You take very cool pictures. You make simple objects come to life. I hope we get to see some more. They really knew what they were doing asking you!

Gigi said...

They asked you because though you might not be a *professional* you do know what you are doing!

Jen said...

And those are some amazing photos!

Nicki said...

LOVE IT!

...but the produce shots really, really make me hungry.

Sarah said...

They are so gorgeous!! I love the simple shots of the onions and carrots...lovely. Hope to see more soon!!

Jenners said...

You done good!!

And the only thing that keeps you from being a professional is that that no one paid you (yet). Are you getting paid for this job? I hope so! They should be very happy with what you've done!

Lisa @ Boondock Ramblings said...

Great shots! I take photos of things people might thing are "weird" at times too!