Main Street Festival

Posted by on Sep 9, 2018 in Aerial, Art & Geography, Commercial, Lifestyle
Main Street Festival

We had the great pleasure of capturing the festivities on Main Street in Grand Prairie. As you can see, it was quite a fun day for everyone involved. Aerial photography – DFW Carnival rides! Fun for all ages! Aerial photos of the crowds watching a concert Extreme sports aerial photography – Dallas commercial aerial photography […]

Cowboys A T&T Stadium Aerials

Posted by on Sep 7, 2018 in Aerial, Art & Geography, Commercial, editorial
Cowboys A T&T Stadium Aerials

We love flying shoots for architects since it always gives us the coolest locations. A while back a shoot like that led us to the new Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (aka AT&T Stadium). We love photographing the beautiful Texas sunsets on our Aerial Photography flights around Dallas. One of our other favorite stadiums is the […]

Spring time macro fun | art photography

Posted by on Aug 20, 2018 in Art & Geography
Spring time macro fun | art photography

Spring is upon us. Which means a few things, but best of which is that flowers are blooming and bugs are coming out for photos. haha. These shots are actually from last season. I hope to get out again this year for a pleasure shoot. I don’t do many of those anymore. -Jonny Carroll Photographer […]

White Balance

Posted by on Aug 8, 2018 in Art & Geography, Tutorials
White Balance

Throwback Tutorial: White balance is somewhat of a new effect and is a term used only in the digital photography world. It’s extremely important for interiors and especially weddings to make sure white is white (or a neutral gray). A lot of people use a “gray card”. I don’t. I don’t care if the white […]

Double Rainbow – all the way – OMG!

Posted by on Aug 2, 2018 in Art & Geography
Double Rainbow – all the way – OMG!

Yes, it’s a funny youtube video, but it’s also a spectacular natural phenomenon. It was quite a pleasant sight from the kitchen window, and I quickly drove Sarah and I to an open area so I could see the whole thing. This is it in our neighborhood! On our street. From the car window. Panorama […]

Lifespan of a lady bug.

Posted by on Aug 1, 2018 in Art & Geography
Lifespan of a lady bug.

Well, most of it.I had no idea they went through this transformation. But I had my macro lens out and followed the progress in my backyard. Pretty neat. -Jonny Carroll PhotographerArlington tx photographer Arlington Photography portraitsFort Worth, TX commercial photographer If videos appear in this post, you’ll probably need to visit the actual blog. Originally posted […]

rain rain go away

Posted by on Jul 28, 2018 in Art & Geography
rain rain go away

Throwback Post: This is just a tribute to the sun. I took this in near rush hour stopped at a red light back in December of 2005. It’s one of my recent uploads to Flickr as I try to catch up to present day. Tomorrow, if it’s rainy, and it’s forecasted to be, will be […]

Road Trip Aug 2011 Part 1 of 3 – Dallas,Texas to AZ.

Posted by on Jul 20, 2018 in Art & Geography
Road Trip Aug 2011 Part 1 of 3 – Dallas,Texas to AZ.

Sarah and I took a trip this summer to San Francisco. I had a photo shoot there , so I figured we might as well make a road trip out of it. The time off was nice and much needed, for us both. I took a lot of photos, but I’ll only be posting the […]

Downtown Dallas Timelapse Gif

Posted by on Jul 13, 2018 in Art & Geography, Commercial
Downtown Dallas Timelapse Gif

I was able to mount a camera atop the Crescent building in uptown Dallas, Texas while filming the install of a window washing unit on the Chase tower. sped it up and looped it, and here’s the result. Originally posted 2013-07-11 18:21:08.

Storms 2011 | Dallas National Geographic Photography

Posted by on Jun 24, 2018 in Art & Geography, editorial
Storms 2011 | Dallas National Geographic Photography

This year has been one of the craziest years for storms for North Texas and the central plains, but we’re on the decline now. I’ve had the chance to storm chase twice with some meterologists. That was a blast, although extremely close and following the right cells, I’ve still yet to see a tornado. One […]