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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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