So I decided to test out my art prints on a large scale. I ordered one of my art photos in 24×36 size to eventually get framed and hung in a gallery downtown. Check it out! The lab does a great job by the way. Mucho props to them
A new somethin somethin for ya today. Under the “Order” link at the top the site, you’ll find a new section in “Other” dedicated to my artsy phartsy photos. I wanted people to be able to have a copy of my artistic photos, but didn’t have a section that fit for them. Well now I do, so go check it out.
So one of my car enthusiat buddies, Greg Scharton, needed an assistant today with some senior pics. Being a fellow photography/car guy, I was glad to help. Lucky for us, the senior wanted photos of her and her new Pontiac G6….aka rolling shots! Obviously, I don’t have any of those senior pics, but I did snap a quick one of Greg at his finest. Props to a good friend.
Although it’s a bit slow right now, I have a lot of fun and exciting events coming up in the near future. Check out what’s coming up for Jon Brewer Photography
Apr 25 – Wedding in Ft. Wayne, Indiana
Apr 26 – Rhea White’s senior photo shoot
May 9 – DriftINDY/WingedWarrier Performance Car Competition – I’ll be doing photography for the drift comp. Thanks to Edgar for hookin’ me up with media passes!
Jun 7 – Midwest Volksfest – As many of you know, I’m a huge VW enthusiast. I’m sponsoring the show this year, along with some pretty big names (sweet!), and I’ll obviously be taking 100’s of pictures!
Ah! So I woke up this morning to find the blog completely broken and not functioning at all! After some cursing and running around like a mad man, I finally realized in my spring cleaning of my web space, I managed to delete the database for which this blog depends on! Oops! Fortunately, the amazing crew over at DreamHost, with whom my entire website is hosted by, had a backup available from yesterday before I went crazy with the delete key. Seriously though, if you are looking for good, reliable web hosting, I strongly recommend DreamHost. Anyways, all is well again, and I can start breathing once more.