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Photo of the month
Commercial image done for an ad. Each dog was photographed independently, as was the hand holding the tray, around the conference table. The dogs and hand, house added to tray where put together and that image was sent to the clients graphic designer who added the crowns and verbiage for the final piece.
I LOVE MY MACRO .. Trout Lilies
Rochester Motor Cars Polar Plungers!
The past few years I've had the pleasure of volunteering my photography skills to cover this event for these fund, (and fun), raising super heroes!
A drone image, taken directly above 5 snow covered trees lining a dirt road.
Ho ho ho .. December 2017
and a little something for the holidays!
High School Senior Portrait
A little something for Halloween!
The Long Dusty Road Home
A beautiful child as she sits along the edge of a small stream.
Summer's heating up with rock'n roll!
This musical was playing outdoors and I just had to do a little something different with it!
Family portraits are cherished forever!
The clients attention to coordinating the clothing and the location we chose to photograph them in makes this images even more memorial!
Spring flowers, tulips in bloom! I love my macro!
There was a snow storm on March 11th. The following day the sky was blue which gave me the chance to get the drone up for a couple photos. This is Rochester, MN taken from behind the Mayo Civic Center
Subject: Sunset on an old school house. HDR image, 5 exposures, (+2 +1 0 -1 -2), tweaked. Nikon D810 24-70 2.8
Subject: Amari Lee, 4 days old. Photo session was at the parent's home. Camera: Nikon D810, Lens: 70-200 2.8. Lighting: 3 Nikon speed lights.
Kelvin Andow is also involved with the Wagazine, a local pet publication.
"The mission of the Wagazine is to help animal owners better understand, care for, and live with their pets. It seeks to chronicle the love affairs we have with our furry family members, to educate owners on proper care and training, and to advocate for animal rescue groups. Recognizing that animal overpopulation is a serious problem, the Wagazine supports animal rescue and the practice of spaying and neutering to end animal homelessness."
Here's the link to the Wagazine: http://thewagazine.com