My six year long European odyssey is nearing its end; I will be arriving in ATL in early October. Arriving to stay for as long as I breathe… Yes, Trenton Talbot Photography will be reopening on US soil, yay! And what’s a better way to celebrate
Regular clients decided to join one of my non-commercial shoots. Needless to say, my clients are cooler than yours :)
I didn’t know that there’s an international (!) graffiti fest in Minsk right now. Two teams, from what I’ve heard: Belarus and Brazil. Sounds random, but cool :)
After day of hard work we’ve stopped by a tanning salon to get our doses of vitamin D.
PS: If Margaret keeps jumping like that, we gonna save a lot on a plane tickets, methinks.
Places we go in our family photography endeavors sometimes look spooky even for me. Just like this apartment complex garage, for example. And of course we grabbed a jump shot!
Just a quick jump on our way home. Margaret’s jumping project gives me a great testing ground for various ultralight kits. Today it was small camera and a teeny weeny matchbox sized external flash. Total setup time was about 40 seconds.
“The Firm” is a name of the old Tom Cruise movie. It’s also a name of Ukrainian franchise barber shop specializing in men’s style. And this is Vadim, the guy who trimmed and styled my beard (freehand!) so I don’t look like stereotypical hillbilly anymore.
You know, all these dull and somber family portrait sessions… Never seen one in my entire career.
At the end of the day of family photography I wanted to create something badass… I think I’ve succeeded.