Ladies and gentlemen….

•May 30, 2008 • 4 Comments

Presenting our new http://keithpitts.net/blog. I thank those of you who have visited here and I look to make your experience on the new blog even better. Thank you to the wonderful folks at wordpress.com for supplying me with a great platform with which to learn to blog. My new blog is also built from a wordpress skeleton and requires a little more knowledge to maintain. I am finally up to the challenge. Fare thee well old blog. You have served me well.

Sincerely,

Keith

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New Blog…

•May 14, 2008 • 2 Comments

Hi All,
Stay tuned for the newer, bigger and yes, “badder” blog from Keith Pitts Photography. It should be debuting within a week. It will have larger images, embedded flash movies, etc… Lets not get to boring with the details. You will like it. Trust me. Check back and see.

Soulful eyes

•May 5, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Here is the second to last shot I took on a recent job that had nothing to do with shooting cute kids portraits. What do you think?

Sincerely,

Keith

Resting ballerinas

•April 14, 2008 • 3 Comments

Hi All,

resting ballerinas

I just wanted to make a quick post of the cutest set of balerinas in the worl. I was shooting for a moms club in Arizona and the girls came in tutu’s. This is a shot of all the girls NOT running around. It is straight out of camera except for a quick lightroom tweak. Enjoy. Let me know what you think if you have a moment.

Thanks,

Keith

Boonville warrior

•March 28, 2008 • 4 Comments

Hi All,

Long time no write. I have been busy though. My new office in Scottsdale should be operational this comming week. I can’t wait. I would love to show it off to anyone who happens to be in the area. Drop me a line if you are around and would like a tour.

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Now on to the explanation of the title. An old friend from school/New York stopped by the other day on his way to the 6th and final stop of his”Boonville USA” project. He is documenting the six US towns named Boonville (not to be mistaken with Booneville). It is a project that he is better at explaining and one which will hopefully bring him much earned attention. The number of photographers that actually fullfil the dream of a long term travel project is miniscule. I am one who had a great idea for a book project only to not go through with it. I can’t give enough praise to anyone who can muster the courage to go through what you must in order to fulfill that particular goal. Congratulations again Tim.

Please go and visit his blog. Realize too that he is doing this with a 4×5 film camera and NOT digital. He is truly a photographers photographer. I can’t wait to see what becomes of the final work. I am in line for a copy of the book when it is published.

I would love to hear your thoughts.

Sincerely,

Keith

This is why I do it…

•March 2, 2008 • 1 Comment

This abbreviated version of an old Kodak commercial is very powerful in its message. If after seeing it, you still don’t understand the importance of photography then you may never.

As always, comments are appreciated.

Sincerely,

Keith

Just checking in

•February 22, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Hi All,

It is obvious that I have not been posting every day as was my hope starting the year. It may have outlasted most of my other new years resolutions over the years. I would like to assure you that the time not posting has not been in vain. We here at Keith Pitts Photography have been busy with a few time (and money) consuming things that will hopefully excite our clients as much as it is exciting us. These include:

1. A whole new corporate identity package. From the logo down to the new packaging.

2. A new office/gallery complete with interior design that is not inspired in any way by the southwest themes that are all around Scottsdale (not that there is anything wrong with the southwest mind you).

3. Our first ever (but definitely not last) seminar for the photographically challenged. It was an intimate affair at Tastings Wine bar and Bistro. The topic was “How to photograph your children better with the camera you already own”. My fear of public speaking got squashed as I had a wonderful time sharing some basic tips that can be applied to just about any camera and subject (portrait).

That’s it for this installment. No photos, just well wishes and news flashes. Farewell until I write again.

Sincerely,

Keith