Thursday, October 14, 2010
I was able to finally get some great shots of the Jr Varsity yesterday as they beat Sandy... check them out on the website.
Saturday, October 9, 2010
After the shoot, the photos will be placed in a "Team Photos" gallery on our website where you may view and purchase them as well as any other photos from this season.
Though I have the ability to assemble "Packages" of photos, I believe this method is better for everyone because you can purchase just the photos that you want in any combination or size. This is also a less expensive way for you to get the photos that you want.
I will provide copies of the team photo and any other photos that the coach wants to use in school publications free of charge. These photos will have my watermark or will need to be tagged with my copyright information when published.
Any photos that are purchased do not have my watermark and you are granted a home use copyright. This means that the photos can be used for personal use only.
Scott G Edwards
I think this will be better for everyone and will allow each player to see the rest of their teammates photos as well. Let me know what you think about the change.
Scott G Edwards
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Thursday, September 17, 2009
The headquarters is located about 50 ft south of the current location.
As I was leaving, the weather over the Wasatch Mountains turned dark and a rain storm right at sunset made for some beautiful photos...
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
This request involved quite an adventure to reach the Deardorf Cemetery also known as the Christilla Pioneer Cemetery. GPS coordinates placed it in the parking lot of Chief Obie Lodge on Scouter's Mountain. Having been a scouter for 45 years, I knew this was not the case and that the cemetery was actually in a canyon to the west of the Lodge.
I took my camera and a bottle of water that Deb left in the car (thank you Deb... it was 95 degrees at the time I started my hike), and started over the edge of the canyon on a "Cat" trail that was scraped in the forest floor.
When I reached the cemetery, it too was fenced and gated. I tried cracking the combination of the lock, but, if course, I could not. I found a bucket and thought maybe I could climb over the gate but I am too short and it was too high. I had visions of hanging from the top of the chain link fence like "Scarecrow" and decided against the jump.
I was discouraged that I had walked that far and it seemed that I would not be able to finish my quest. Alas, I decided to look at my list of names and see if any of the markers were visible from behind the fence... and guess what... every name was on the two tall obelisk monuments seen in the photo! Deb says that is Family History carma...
This is one of the names that I was asked to find. In all, I was able to add 10 new names to the online cemetery and upgrade a few more with corrected dates, names, and photos. Not bad considering there is only 29 marked graves (supposedly) and I had to do it all from behind the security fence!