I had a portrait shoot on a farm last weekend. I’m still making my way through the images and will share more later – but in the mean time here is a pig. www.tressiedavisphotography.com =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Tressie Davis is a portrait photographer located in Chelsea, MI. Portrait work may be viewed at www.tressiedavis.com.
Shooting sports might be one of my all time favorite types of photography. Which is pretty odd, considering I’m not really a “sports person”. At least not in any kind of “fan” sense. Or any sense really. Lets put it this way – during a High School football game I may or may not have […]
I am fanatic about photography. After the word ‘no’ my children probably first said “no more pictures”. Or at least they thought it. There aren’t many fans of my paparazzi ways. I can’t tell you how many photographs I have of the backs of heads as family would turn away from my camera, or hands […]
This post was originally published on January 17, 2010 on my Tressie Davis Photography blog. Since I am no longer blogging there, I thought I would re-share some of my favorite posts here. I have edited a few things (like the layout of the photos), but the story is the same. Enjoy! =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- In January […]
On October 13, 2012 my daughter and I had the pleasure of a photo outing with my friends Kiah and Brian, and a newbie I call Dynamite. Elmwood Historic Cemetery in Detroit, MI was our photographic destination, and we joined an official tour group to learn more about this beautiful place. We probably should have […]
*Note: This article was originally published on the TDP Blog HERE May 24, 2009. This post contains a couple of extra images. 🙂 Also, the building is not yet demolished – on the contrary, according to several articles it looks as if a restoration may be in progress. The most recent article I could find is […]
There is nothing quite like The Big House. Or so I had been told. And until September 8, 2012 I had no idea what I was missing. The UofM vs Airforce game may be old news to most, but it is an experience I will never forget. Through a very cool friend (yay for cool […]