Monday, November 1, 2021

Lauren Rose Senior Pics

What a fun session with an amazing young lady! 
Fall leaves were at their peak yesterday in Snyder Park for this shoot.....highlighting Lauren's lovely autumn coloring beautifully!






Sunday, October 24, 2021

Wittenberg Football

 Our galleries of Wittenberg Varsity and Reserve game pics this season here: https://ripterr.smugmug.com/TerriNorrisPhotography/Other/Wittenberg-Football-2021-Folder

Some favs.....











Sunday, August 23, 2020

Hess Family Pics

 I had fun doing a family session today for the Hess Family! 
Cutest kids ever, and lots of laughs. What a great family!!!
 
Full Gallery here: Hess Family Pics







Thursday, January 16, 2020

Justin & Holly Winter Pics

 Love these two and their amazing family.....a cold day!















Friday, December 20, 2019

Photo Editing

I get many requests for photo editing, so I've officially added it as a service I offer. 
Unfortunately, people often pay for family pics with a photographer that don't turn out as expected. In many cases, I'm able to edit the images to better meet the subject's expectations. Here's some examples.


Image with less than optimal background and lighting.

Edited....now Christmas Card material!!



Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Christmas Pics!

I had fun shooting a spontaneous Christmas shoot last night. Cutest kids...and a new puppy to boot!
These pics were shot at Shelby's home...on a couch, bed and at the kitchen table. Perfect opportunity for me to use some backgrounds I've been wanting to try out!











Saturday, December 14, 2019

Holiday in the City...testing the Olympus Live Composite feature.

We had a wonderful, but COLD, time at the Holiday in the City!
I was anxious to test a feature on my new Olympus OMD EM5 M3 camera. The feature, called Live Composition, allow you to do a composite photo all processed within the camera. You do need to use a tripod. Once you've selected how long each exposure will be, you snap the initial image. The, when you are ready to start the composite, you snap the shutter button again, and the camera begins adding exposures. Each subsequent exposure captures only new light. You can see these added composites on the screen. Once you've reached the image you want, snap the shutter again and the image is saved. I used it to capture the fireworks image below. 
If you examine the image, you can see that there's wonderful detail in the fireworks. This feature is awesome!!