"Do I charize you?"
"Cute, definitely cute."
Richard Dreyfus. Elliot.
The Goodbye girl.
"He is coming back!!"
"I never doubted it for a minute."
This movie came out when I was in college (1977)...how I loved it.
Emma's boss needed some new pictures so I met them at the office near Daley Plaza in Chicago.
I had never met Erik before and had only see a little picture of him on the Internet. Let me just say...that little picture was terrible.
Here are some pictures I took. We had a great time. Erik is as handsome and easy as he is smart and professional.
We started out inside. I used Emma to make sure the light was right. We had to walk around the floor to find a spot with the best light. I used my 50mm Nikkor lens to shoot all of these.
This spot was occupied at first...when we came back to it I took some fun silhouettes. Without a flash you can not get the city and the subject properly lit. That's why I thought of a silhouette.
Erik liked the buildings in the background so I made him walk toward me a few times. People thought he was famous. We like how these turned out.
We walked over to the sunshine to get another 'look'. These are my favorites. Now I don't know how professionals think....But I like making Erik Miles Attorney at Law look like a model. Erik's friend Wilfred Newman is a designer and made this beautiful suit.
That was last Friday. Man, time flies.
We have a beautiful day here in Wisconsin. The sun is shining so bright...I think Ginny and I will go to the dog park. Katie has a dance tonight and then four softball games this weekend.
Baseball is almost the only orderly thing in a very unorderly world. If you get three strikes, even the best lawyer in the world can't get you off.
Encourage one another...and PLAY BALL!