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Monthly Archives: May 2008

When you’ve known your subjects for years, in this case since they where born, a portrait session often serves to make you really notice how they’ve changed. In my minds eye I see these as they young kids I remember – but through the view finder I see much more grown up versions of the…

One of my favorite things now is having old friends into the studio to do a portrait session for them. Recently was a mother/daughter shoot for a former co-worker Deanna and her daughter Elizabeth. While I normally try and limit children shoots to just one style so they don’t get too bored, Elizabeth was excellent…

I know what some of you are thinking – how can someone work for someplace for 15 years and never make it to the organizations biggest fund raising event? Well I always had to work with administration doing support work at the shelter and it wasn’t until I retired this year from the Dumb Friends…

For professional photography a good rule of thumb is that if a file doesn’t exist in three places – it isn’t secure. After spending 20 years in the IT field I can tell you with absolute certainty that computers don’t always give good indications when a drive will fail. Things happen – you have to…

I’ve been studying a few new portrait styles, one of them, relationships, captures the connection between the people in the image. It didn’t take me long to realize I’d been shooting this “new style” for a few years at my old job, only we called it Pets with People instead of Relationship photography. It’s all…