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Well I’m continuing the trimonthly blog post tradition with some photos from May, June, and July. I am currently shooting far more portraits than ever, which for me is an accomplishment within itself. Before I would have been nervous, but I am now more comfortable. Thanks to the help of my colleagues, I am starting to understand lighting better.  We have a cool team project coming up in the next month, I am in the middle of shooting two portrait series and continuing to work on a long term personal project. I am learning how to manage shooting multiple projects and to say the least, it’s getting busy. Hope you enjoy the photos!

Mario Barajas tills an orchard near the intersection of Summitview Extension and South Mize Road in Yakima, Wash., Friday, May 20, 2016. Barajas moved to the United States from Michoacan, Mexico, ten years ago. Barajas said, "I have always worked in the fields, ever since I came here. It's a good job." (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Mario Barajas tills an orchard near the intersection of Summitview Extension and South Mize Road in Yakima, Wash., Friday, May 20, 2016. Barajas moved to the United States from Michoacan, Mexico, ten years ago. Barajas said, “I have always worked in the fields, ever since I came here. It’s a good job.” (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Luz Baragan clears out weeds in an Allium flower field at Friend Bulb and Flower farms in Sunnyside, Wash., Friday, May 6, 2016. Onions, shallots and garlic are members of the allium family, but the alliums grown at Friend Bulb and Flower are ornamental. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Luz Baragan clears out weeds in an Allium flower field at Friend Bulb and Flower farms in Sunnyside, Wash., Friday, May 6, 2016. Onions, shallots and garlic are members of the allium family, but the alliums grown at Friend Bulb and Flower are ornamental. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Scenes from a fire that engulfed two houses near West Lincoln Avenue and Lewis Street in Yakima, Wash., Thursday, June 2, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Scenes from a fire that engulfed two houses near West Lincoln Avenue and Lewis Street in Yakima, Wash., Thursday, June 2, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Scenes from the bridge between Yakima and Selah, Wash., Thursday, July 28, 2016. Many people came out to beat the heat and jump in the river. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Scenes from the bridge between Yakima and Selah, Wash., Thursday, July 28, 2016. Many people came out to beat the heat and jump in the river. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Scenes from the bridge between Yakima and Selah, Wash., Thursday, July 28, 2016. Many people came out to beat the heat and jump in the river. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Scenes from the bridge between Yakima and Selah, Wash., Thursday, July 28, 2016. Many people came out to beat the heat and jump in the river. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Selah Dolphins team member Lillie Rice kicks off the pool wall while practicing at the Selah swimming pool in Selah, Wash., Friday, July 15, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Selah Dolphins team member Lillie Rice kicks off the pool wall while practicing at the Selah swimming pool in Selah, Wash., Friday, July 15, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Devin Niebuhr, 13, shoots a 45-caliber muzzle loading pistol during Nile Valley Days at Jim Sprick Community Park in Naches, Wash., Saturday, July 16, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Devin Niebuhr, 13, shoots a 45-caliber muzzle loading pistol during Nile Valley Days at Jim Sprick Community Park in Naches, Wash., Saturday, July 16, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
A honey bee approaches a lavender stem before pollinating the plant at Selah Ridge Lavender Farm in Selah, Wash., Friday, July 8, 2016. Bees play a critical role in maintaining natural plant communities. Most crops require pollination by insects. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
A honey bee approaches a lavender stem before pollinating the plant at Selah Ridge Lavender Farm in Selah, Wash., Friday, July 8, 2016. Bees play a critical role in maintaining natural plant communities. Most crops require pollination by insects. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Claire Sundqvist, 4, smells a lavender bunch while sitting on top of her cousins shoulders at Selah Ridge Lavender Farm in Selah, Wash., Friday, July 8, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Claire Sundqvist, 4, smells a lavender bunch while sitting on top of her cousins shoulders at Selah Ridge Lavender Farm in Selah, Wash., Friday, July 8, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Selah Dolphin swimmer Ellie Richardson, left, practices diving with other teammates during a swim practice at the Selah pool in Selah, Wash., Friday, July 15, 2016. Head coach Leslie Brown said, "If we don't have a pool it would pretty much kill our team." (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Selah Dolphin swimmer Ellie Richardson, left, practices diving with other teammates during a swim practice at the Selah pool in Selah, Wash., Friday, July 15, 2016. Head coach Leslie Brown said, “If we don’t have a pool it would pretty much kill our team.” (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Handlers feed their dogs Riker, center, and Genna, right, an ice cream treat before competing in the Pointer group of Yakima Valley Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show at Central Washington Fairgrounds in Yakima, Wash., Sunday, June 5, 2016. Riker's breed is a type of Hungarian Pointer called a Vizsla and Genna's breed is an English Pointer. Genna's owner Lisa Merki, not pictured, said the ice cream cools them down and makes them happy.  (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Handlers feed their dogs Riker, center, and Genna, right, an ice cream treat before competing in the Pointer group of Yakima Valley Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show at Central Washington Fairgrounds in Yakima, Wash., Sunday, June 5, 2016. Riker’s breed is a type of Hungarian Pointer called a Vizsla and Genna’s breed is an English Pointer. Genna’s owner Lisa Merki, not pictured, said the ice cream cools them down and makes them happy. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Scenes from the Eisenhower High graduation ceremony at SunDome in Yakima, Wash., Thursday, June 2, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Scenes from the Eisenhower High graduation ceremony at the SunDome in Yakima, Wash., Thursday, June 2, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
An event attendee rides the HIJack as a rainbow glows in the distance at the Selah Days carnival near Lince Elementary School in Selah, Wash., Thursday, May 19, 2016. Selah days events include a pancake breakfast, talent show, and firework show on Saturday and an eating contest Sunday. The carival will open at 11 a.m. Saturday and 12 p.m. Sunday. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
An event attendee rides the HIJack as a rainbow glows in the distance at the Selah Days carnival near Lince Elementary School in Selah, Wash., Thursday, May 19, 2016. Selah days events include a pancake breakfast, talent show, and firework show on Saturday and an eating contest Sunday. The carival will open at 11 a.m. Saturday and 12 p.m. Sunday. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Cameron Slaugh, executive chef at Cowiche Canyon Kitchen, will develop the menu for a new restaurant at the former Speakeasy property in Yakima, Wash., Friday, July 22, 2016. Slaugh has already built a notable resume that includes a stint as executive chef at Osteria La Buca and as a sous chef at Eleven Madison Park, a three Michelin star restaurant in New York. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Cameron Slaugh, executive chef at Cowiche Canyon Kitchen, will develop the menu for a new restaurant at the former Speakeasy property in Yakima, Wash., Friday, July 22, 2016. Slaugh has already built a notable resume that includes a stint as executive chef at Osteria La Buca and as a sous chef at Eleven Madison Park, a three Michelin star restaurant in New York. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Israel James Hunter, left, and Yesenia Hunter, right, are pictured holding one of their community art pieces at the Yakima Valley Museum in Yakima, Wash., Thursday, June 2, 2016. The Museum purchased the piece called "Fire Breather," along with other community art pieces and some of Yesenia's prints. The long-time residents and influential community artists are leaving the valley to move to Los Angeles, where Yesenia will pursue a Ph.D.
Israel James Hunter, left, and Yesenia Hunter, right, are pictured holding one of their community art pieces at the Yakima Valley Museum in Yakima, Wash., Thursday, June 2, 2016. The Museum purchased the piece called “Fire Breather,” along with other community art pieces and some of Yesenia’s prints. The long-time residents and influential community artists are leaving the valley to move to Los Angeles, where Yesenia will pursue a Ph.D.
Marilyn "Micki" Robison was the wagon master of one of the Conestoga wagons in the bicentennial wagon train that came across the U.S. almost 40 years ago in Naches, Wash., Thursday, June 23, 2016. Robison wore a leather vest with pins from all the states she visited during the pilgrimage.  (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Marilyn “Micki” Robison was the wagon master of one of the Conestoga wagons in the bicentennial wagon train that came across the U.S. almost 40 years ago in Naches, Wash., Thursday, June 23, 2016. Robison wore a leather vest with pins from all the states she visited during the pilgrimage. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Marilyn "Micki" Robison wears a vest with pins from all of the states she passed through during the wagon train at Applecart Deli in Naches, Wash., Thursday, June 23, 2016.  (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Marilyn “Micki” Robison wears a vest with pins from all of the states she passed through during the wagon train at Applecart Deli in Naches, Wash., Thursday, June 23, 2016. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/Yakima Herald-Republic)
Behrle is Yakima Maker Space's first artist-in-residence at Yakima Maker Space in Yakima, Wash., Tuesday, July 26, 2016. Behrle said he used footage of water because he was inspired from his experience living in the pacific northwest. Behrle moved to Yakima four years ago. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Behrle is Yakima Maker Space’s first artist-in-residence at Yakima Maker Space in Yakima, Wash., Tuesday, July 26, 2016. Behrle said he used footage of water because he was inspired from his experience living in the pacific northwest. Behrle moved to Yakima four years ago. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Artist-in-residence Andy Behrle explains his immersive digital art piece called "hydrodome" at Yakima Maker Space in Yakima, Wash., Tuesday, July 26, 2016. His new installation, which will be showcased at the University of Idaho in August, consists of a large plastic dome that allows viewers to walk inside and see video footage reflected on the walls and ground. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)
Artist-in-residence Andy Behrle explains his immersive digital art piece called “hydrodome” at Yakima Maker Space in Yakima, Wash., Tuesday, July 26, 2016. His new installation, which will be showcased at the University of Idaho in August, consists of a large plastic dome that allows viewers to walk inside and see video footage reflected on the walls and ground. (SOFIA JARAMILLO/ Yakima Herald-Republic)

 

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