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A Beautiful Day with Kaitlin

It’s almost graduation time! Parties are being planned, trips booked and our newest graduates are getting ready to enjoy their last “real” summer vacation:)

Last weekend, I had the honor of photographing this beautiful young lady. Meet Kaitlin; soon to be a Fife High School graduate, herself. Kaitlin and I met up at one of my favorite locations, the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge. There are so many photo opportunities here, and we took advantage of many of them. We even ran into some the local wildlife…wild rabbits! So cute! Kaitlin tried hard to quietly walk up to one for a quick pic, but that bunny had different ideas, like getting the heck out of there! Haha, it did make for some good laughs, though.

Kaitlin, I wish you the very best in your life’s journey. I am confident you will find a career path that is perfect for you:) Thank you for your joyful and fun filled spirit. I enjoyed you immensely! Congratulations on being a 2016 Trojans grad!

Blessings,

~Lynette

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Franklin Pierce vs Fife High School Football – Sports Photography

Good evening,

I had another opportunity to photograph a high school football game on Friday night. I love doing this and I welcome every opportunity to do so, except perhaps in the rain and wind (haha).

Anyway, this past Friday I was out at Franklin Pierce Stadium again to shoot the Franklin Pierce High School Cardinals as they matched up against the Fife Trojans. It was a very cold, foggy night as you can see in some of these photographs.  While the entire game wasn’t shrouded in fog, a good portion of it was.

Fife prevailed in this epic battle on the gridiron.

One of my favorite shots is the “portrait” of two Fife underclassmen. They approached me on the sideline and asked me to take their photography. Of course, fella’s, my pleasure. 🙂

Blessings,

Chris.

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Shot of the Day 10/20/2013

I had another opportunity to photograph a high school football game on Friday night. I love doing this and I welcome every opportunity to do so, except perhaps in the rain and wind (haha).

Anyway, this past Friday I was out at Franklin Pierce Stadium again to shoot the Franklin Pierce High School Cardinals as they matched up against the Fife Trojans. It was a very cold, foggy night as this photograph illustrates. This was about 1/2 through the first period when a bank of fog started to roll in. While the entire game wasn’t shrouded in fog, a good portion of it was. When I post more photographs from this game later in the week, you’ll see a number of them with played veiled by the soupy substance.

I was shooting with my Nikon D800 with a 70-200mm lens. And yes, the fog was wreaking havoc with metering.

Until later, blessings.

Chris.

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Michael R’s Senior Photographs – Puyallup Senior Portrait Photographer

I had a great time with Michael taking his senior photographs last week.

We started the shoot at Decoursey Park in Puyallup ducking from rain squalls (actually it never really stopped raining) and duck poop (I really wish that people would stop feeding the ducks and geese because they never leave and end up fouling up a beautiful park-no pun intended-and no one can use the park as it was intended). We got a few good shots and then moved on to downtown Puyallup for the shots that Michael really wanted-on the train tracks with his guitar-some of which are posted here for your enjoyment.

Congratulations, Michael, on making through your 12 years of school and best wishes for much success in the future.

Blessings,

Chris.

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