Thank you and keep checking back here for more regular updates.
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
My new project, Photographing dancers. They spend a tremendous amount of time and money practicing and performing. It's talent and passion, self expression. When I capture even just a fraction of any of that, It turns out absolutely stunning.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
He works for the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense. She is a Major in the US Air Force stationed in England. Thats where they met and thats where they planned their Illinois wedding from! They didn't come to the states till a week before the wedding, thats when I finally was able to meet them for the first time. The weather leading up to their wedding was gorgeous! Then... It rained their entire wedding day!
That didn't bother them one bit though, they were in love and getting Married! Their wedding turned out beautiful and with few quickly placed speed-lights the rain actually became a wonderful welcome to the photos!
I am so happy with the results, when ever it rains on a photo shoot (esp a wedding!) its always a scary undertaking. All previous photo ideas are thrown to the side and rewritten. One of my mentors once told me, "a photographer's biggest job is problem-solving." This situation couldn't of made that statement more true.
Thank you Fran and Jon for being such great sports about the rain and trusting me with your precious memories!
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
It's a very exciting time over here at Doug Holcomb Photography! First and foremost, Its WEDDING SEASON! We're running specials on custom wedding photography packages. That means Wedding packages designed just for you, created to maximize coverage for the big day.
Next up is a new project that is being conceived for all the talented dancers and art enthusiasts!
It's coming too soon to expose all the wonderful details of what will be offered but be sure that soon you find amazing photographs and opportunities to be featured!
last but not least, I ask to please excuse the dust that this page is sure to have from lack of use. With all the goings on here (a new website included) posting has unfortunately fallen by the wayside until now. Check back every Wednesday for a fresh scoop of happenings!
Look for these great promotional pieces on a bulletin near you!
designed by Caitlin Holcomb of nice-etc!
Doug Holcomb Photography is located in Aurora
Serving the greater Chicago Land area
Monday, August 16, 2010
A Continuation of a series, representing the writing of Truman Capote's, In Cold Blood.
Imagery loosely taken from chapter III, Answer. Perry Edward Smith was captured and held separate from his accomplice, in the Women's cell that was located in the Sherif's family's living area.
Also check out the VIDEO of the process!