Welcome to the fine art blog of San Diego photographer Stefanie Poteet. Here you will find photographs of everything from vintage hot rods to rubber ducks and everything in between.

If you are interested in Stefanie's wedding and event photography or portraiture, please visit her client blog.

Friday, July 25, 2008

# 22 - In Progress

Stefanie Poteet Photography is expanding it's tool kit, and I just purchased my first flash attachment, the Canon Speedlite 430EX. I can't wait until it arrives in the mail.

#22 is in progress!

November 24, 2008 Update:

I had previously enrolled in a Portraiture class that would assist me in learning on camera flash, but had to drop it because of camera problems that required me to send my Canon 30D body out for repair. As of today, I have enrolled in a lighting class for the Winter 2009 semester, which will help me even further in my quest to understand on camera flash, as well as off camera lighting... otherwise known as goal #21. So I'm taking care of two goals at once. Can you say excited?

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

# 45

I've been looking to get a Shootsac for a little while because my Canon bag, while great for traveling, hauling, and packing, is not functional when shooting. The Shootsac is my solution, and I just ordered it today.

#45 is done!

August 1, 2008 Update:

My Shootsac arrived, and the box is so pretty I just have to share. I haven't even opened it yet!

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Port's Game

Caught a Stockton Port's game with my family this weekend. It was fun, much different than sitting in a stadium with 40,000 people. And the score... not even close. I've never seen that much offense in a nine inning game.Splash, their mascot, is one of my favorites.

Saturday, July 5, 2008

# 89

I can't tell you how many times I've driven past Angel Stadium, seen the giant red "A" from the freeway, and told myself that I need to catch an Angels game. With my wonderful Mother in town for Fourth of July Weekend, and the San Diego Padres on the road, I got my chance. They weren't kidding when they said you can't stack filters with this lens... but I'm loving the faux fisheye effect the filter edges created.The Angels lost, but I got to see my game. #89 is done!