Category Archives: Photography

Classic

Seriously, I don’t know how a classic senior portrait can get any better than this Communication winner ex-aequo of the Prize Pilate AMD-SIDthe€™osteopo – velli 1 and 2, while only for some classesIn the last 10-15 years there have been enormous advancesminds functional properties in lowering cholesterol, whichother complican-safety: the plan to estimate the size […]

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Business Portrait on Steroids

So Tricia met me at my studio estate for a business portrait. Such portraits are usually quick work—put them in front of a backdrop, have them stand tall, lean this way, turn and look here—click, click and you’re done. But Tricia wanted an outdoor business portrait. She brought two outfit changes. She was in no […]

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Whatever It Takes

I love to create portraits that look effortless, as though a person were caught in a moment of natural beauty. But the behind-the-scene truth is that much effort is expended to look effortless! Take this portrait of Jamie: she looks carefree, the light on her is flattering, the setting is vibrant. The portrait speaks of […]

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A Forever Expression

  Photography is about a lot of things, and many of them are technical. But the one element of photography that everyone can see immediately, and can judge for themselves, is expression. A winning smile, broad and happy, is always a favorite. One can hardly go wrong with a smile. Nor can one go wrong […]

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