I got to meet baby Nolan yesterday when I was photographing the family pictures for Ali and Nick. What a guy he is.
Back in August I was asked to photograph the birthday party for Phil who was turning 100 years old on the deck of Anthony’s on Lynwood. It was a beautiful August Sunday and everyone looked grand.
Here is a group of Lakeside students going to OLOT dance last Saturday evening.
Ariel and her mom Heidi were a lot of fun photographing recently.
Photograph by Daniel Sheehan Photography who specialize in people and portraits and travel everywhere to shoot weddings in a photojournalist style that is real, straightforward, subtle and unobtrusive. Daniel was named the best wedding photographer in Seattle by the Wedding Photojournalists Association.
All photographs on this website are by Daniel Sheehan © 2014. All Rights Reserved. Please inquire for permission to use.
My photography blog, Seattle Photographers, is ending here at WordPress.com. I have relocated it to a new address right on my website at click here: Daniel Sheehan Photography . Please go to Seattle Photographers and set your bookmark to continue to follow my editorial and corporate photography at the new location A Seattle Photographer. At A Beautiful Day Photography Daniel Sheehan creates people and wedding photography in an artistic, editorial fashion with classic photojournalist style. I have started a new expanded Seattle Photographers blog called eyeshotphotos. It will be a mix of my editorial and corporate work along with my wedding photography and jazz photography all in one blog. So come and see the new site with a newly redesigned blog format at EYESHOTPHOTOS
Jürgen Moltmann, a German Protestant theologian, was in Seattle for a talk, not long ago and I was assigned by Seattle Pacific University to photograph him for their alumni publication Response. He was very interesting to photograph and I enjoyed hearing him speak about his book Theology of Hope.
His liberation theology is also interesting as it includes an understanding of both the oppressed and the oppressor as needing reconciliation. “Oppression has two sides: on one side there is the master, on the other side the slave… Oppression destroys humanity on both sides.”
Photograph by Daniel Sheehan Photography who specialize in people and portraits and travel everywhere to shoot weddings in a photojournalist style that is real, straightforward, subtle and unobtrusive. Daniel was named among the best Seattle wedding photographers by the Wedding Photojournalists Association.
All photographs on this website are by Daniel Sheehan © 2010. All Rights Reserved. Please inquire for permission to use.
:Nota Bene Cellars is releasing their 2007 vintage wines and I recently photographed the entire lineup of bottles for them. they were especially interested is showing off their new label design and their large format bottles. The photos will be used on their website when it gets updated very soon. They had started out with just three different wines when I first photographed their wine a few years ago. It is good to see them growing bigger and bigger. Their wines are some of my favorite Washington State wine. Photographs by Daniel Sheehan Photography. He also runs a business named “A Beautiful Day Photography.” Explore the candid wedding photography there and see why he was named the best wedding photographers in Seattle by the WPJA. To see editorial and corporate portrait photography go to at Daniel Sheehan Photography.
The Charles Lloyd New Quartet with Jason Moran, Reuben Rogers, & Eric Harland playing at Town Hall.
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It was a beautiful new group Charles Lloyd brought to town earlier this month. I have been meaning to post some photos form this performance and here they are. If you missed the show it was a wonderful performance. Charles is one of my all time favorite musicians. And so is Jason Moran. I was happy to get the chance to hear Eric Harland and Reuben Rogers play as well.
These cats were very intense and yet the music was very spiritual.
“Since the 1960s, tenor saxophonist and flautist Charles Lloyd’s life has alternated between periods of musical and personal exploration. After spending a decade or so working as a sideman in different blues and jazz groups, Lloyd hit a goldmine of critical acclaim and popular support in with his quartet’s groundbreaking performance at the 1966 Monterey Jazz Festival (no small feat in a period when jazz’s audiences were largely moving in new directions). This particular group was notable not just for Lloyd’s debut as a fresh and exciting leader, but also because two of its members, Keith Jarrett and Jack DeJohnette, were themselves only a few years away from exploding as widely innovative and influential jazz musicians….
Lloyd’s New Quartet is fortified with relatively young but well-established jazz musicians who are fully capable of sharing Lloyd’s pursuits. A leader in his own right, Jason Moran (piano) brings the group a unique, mature second lead voice. He’s one of those pianists who sometimes convince you that you’re listening to 80 years of jazz piano history rolled into one set of fingers. His heavy left hand will dabble in vintage 1920s stride playing right before flowing through a sequence that breaks into advanced Andrew Hill territory, while his frank, direct solos often develop in unpredictable turns that take full advantage his repertoire’s diverse influences.
On stage, when Lloyd himself isn’t soloing, he doesn’t just stand there; he frequently can’t resist dancing to the pulsing, breathing rhythms provided by his fellow musicians. Reuben Rogers (bass) and Eric Harland (drums/percussion) form a reliable, gregarious backbone that’s perfect for bringing the exotic structures in Lloyd’s compositions to life. Whether the tune is funky, swinging, Latin, or has no definable rhythm at all, the team decorates it with outbursts that always feel natural and appropriate….” – Nathan Bluford from the Earshot Jazz program guide. Jazz Photography by editorial photographer and photojournalist Daniel Sheehan who covers jazz performances, and creates portrait photography for publications and corporations. He is also a Seattle Wedding Photographer at A Beautiful Day Photography, a wedding photographer with an artistic photojournalist style.
Daniel, Jana, Ema and Claire, wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We were lucky to get our picture taken by a photographer’s photographer Michael Craft. Photos for this holiday’s posting are from the Studio of Michael Craft.
Just a note about this picture. It seem it is the time of year for making family pictures again. The Clark family is an old client going back to when I photographed their wedding years ago.
Family photograph by editorial photographer and photojournalist Daniel Sheehan who covers j creates portraits for publications and corporations and is also a Seattle Wedding Photographer at A Beautiful Day Photography, a wedding photographer with an artistic photojournalist style.
Tim Narby is the owner and winemaker at Nota Bene Cellars making some of the finest wine to come out of the best vineyards of Eastern Washington.
Just a note about this picture. I usually do not go into technical talk but I have been working with an old Hassleblad and black and white film and I really like the look of film. It has been a while since I worked with a film camera every day and I am getting the hang of it again. LAst time I worked with the Hasselblad was more than 15 years ago. I gave them up and moved on to a Mamiya RZ 67 when I became tired of the square format. Lately I have been missing it so I got myself a new old camera, the lens was made in 1975 and the body in 1980. The lens is a beautiful 110 f/2 Planar. and it looks tack sharp even after all these years. I will be using it for as many kinds of assignments as I see fit from now on. It is back to the future with film. Family photograph by Seattle Photographer Daniel Sheehan at A Beautiful Day Photography who creates wedding photography as well as other kind of people photography in an artistic, editorial fashion in classic photojournalist style. Editorial Photographer and photojournalist Daniel Sheehan also creates portrait photography for publications and corporations when he is not engaged with brides, grooms and later their babies..