Posts tagged “mannford

Summer berry picking (June 2014)

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Shot with a Fuji X20


Time to catch up.

Hello everybody, long time no see. Life has been crazy in the past year and a half but it has been beautiful. I’ve gotten married, moved into a new house, and even had my first child. Because of this I’ve been very lazy with my website and I haven’t posted any new content. This doesn’t mean I haven’t shot any photos though. In fact I have around 400 photographs on the desktop of my computer as I speak.

I’ve decided that now is a good time to start working and posting these photos to my website. It’s going to take a while to catch up but I know I can do it if I just set my mind to it and not put too much on my plate at once. This is going to be a slow but steady process and it will start tonight with a few photos from June of 2014. I’m hoping to post new photos about twice a week giving myself plenty of time in-between to edit and sort through everything.

So thank you for visiting this site and for continuing to follow me. I promise not to disappoint or turn this into another dead website.


Giant-Ass Clouds

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It’s been storming all day long and on my way home from work I decided to pull over and snap a shot of the system rolling through Mannford and heading to Tulsa.

Shot with a Canon 5d mkIII and Rokinon 35mm f1.4


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Will “Pyromancer” Ogilvie

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As I was working on my property I decided to shoot a few photos of Will at his firepit.

Shot with a Canon 5d mkIII and Canon 24-105mm f4


Mannford Fireworks Show 2012

Mannford Fireworks 2012 from Clarence Smith on Vimeo.

Timelapse I did of the Mannford, Ok fireworks show on the Keystone Lake.

Shot with a Canon 5d and Canon 28-70mm f2.8


Jake Bacon Field

Another photo of my friend Jake. Shot in the same field as the other.

Shot with a Canon 5d and Yashica 50mm f1.4


Nike Track

My small product shot for studio class. Decided to take this out on location and use one light to get the dramatic effect.

Shot with Canon 5d and Canon 28-70mm f2.8