Sunday, November 22, 2015
I very thankful that God allows me to operate a photography business. I am also thankful for everyone who has used Kirk Pullen Photography for their photography needs. To show my thankfulness, starting on November 27-December 4th I'll be giving away 2 FREE half hour photo sessions. Winners will receive one 8 x 10 and two 5 x 7 photos. I will also be giving away 16 x 20 metallic print canvas wrap of the Cape Hatteras lighthouse. (A $200 value)*One winner per household-Winners have 1 week to claim their prize and 3 months to book their photo session. The canvas wrap winner must pay shipping and handling or they can pick it up for no charge at the Kirk Pullen Photography studio.
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Kirk Pullen Photography has a vast amount of experience working with seniors from local high schools. I took this picture of Raychel near Clinton, North Carolina. The sun was just starting to set as Raychel was standing next to the barn door. As you can see, the sunlight was very diffused gave us some great soft light. Sunset is usually the best time to take outdoor photos. Typically in the middle of the day the light gets too harsh and the bright parts of a photo start losing their details. If you know how to light a photo correctly, then you can do it any time of day. The great thing about going outside to take senior portraits is the variety of images that can be created.
Monday, November 2, 2015
I took this senior portrait of Kathleen at a house near Mt. Olive, North Carolina. It was great because the property had ponds, hay bails, and animals. It makes it so easy to take photos of seniors outdoors when there are a variety of settings to choose from. My thanks to the Britt family for letting me capture these images.