Kevin Ford Photography Now on Facebook
Kevin Ford Photography now has a page on facebook, though it really mirrors what is kept here on my site I thought those of you who really enjoy facebook may want to follow me there. I can be found by searching Kevin Ford Photography or you can click here. I look forward to seeing you there.
Willy & Sarah Family Photograph
Originally I had offered to take infant photographs of Asa, however this didn’t work out so Willy and Sarah allowed me to borrow their time and photograph their new addition in a family portrait. Photographs were taken at Blaine Park, in Visalia California, one of the many parks in Visalia offering many different trees and areas for picnicking, playing with the kids and in my instance taking photographs.
Many photographers under fair weather conditions like to use the local parks of Visalia for portrait photographs and wedding photographs featuring the wedding party. Blain Park offers shade throughout the day, even on the most hot days the summer some reprieve can be found from the sun.
Many thanks to Forrest Cavale, friend and long time photography partner, for his assistance with the strobes and pushing me to get out of my comfort zone for the photographs. As a note good infant photographs after the first couple of weeks is something that is almost up to the infant themselves as a fussy mood can often turn into a very fussy mood quickly with the application of a photographers flash.
There are often things that enspire great appreciation or wonderful memories and it was during the Bride and Groom only portion of a late April weddings in Tulare California that I was asked to photograph my first water tower for inclusion in the photographs from the wedding. Here you can see the water tower in Tulare, California, which has a very cute “We’ve Got It” painted on the outside.. I thought that it was only fitting that the bride and groom use their hands to make a heart showing this saying through the middle. Below is the the result after a couple of tries.
Thank you Mr. & Mrs. Brett Jones for your patience during the setup of this photograph.