Category Archives: Photography

Gina’s RV

I’m amazed by the families I photograph. They go to such great lengths to love their families and keep them close. Like this multi-image print shown here (I call it a “storyboard”) of twins, Gia and Jet. The session was going well enough, but not great, then their Mom, Gina said, “Let me get the music”. […]

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A Flower, a Person

As much as I dearly love photographing people (and I do dearly love photographing people!) every photographer likes a change of pace. For me, that change of pace is made up of flowers. I love the creative search of color, line, shape, space, and how all of these combine to make a flower image expressive. […]

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Wait for the Magic

Steele and Sterling are twin brothers. And…they are a handful. What four year old boy isn’t? But then, you have two of them together, and the energy doubles—no—quadruples! Not only that, but one of them has autism. Not as severe as it could be, but severe enough to affect his ability to stay in one […]

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Black and White Forever

I love the look that comes when shooting in black and white. With every outdoor senior session I do, I try to find some way to shoot one set of images that way. This calls for extra effort—finding the right light and location, putting up a backdrop, getting the hair light just right, setting the […]

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Why There Is No Portrait Here

As with any other kind of business, I receive inquiries about my services, and most of those inquiries begin with price. They say, “We want family pictures and how much are your packages?”  Many inquiries start this way because people don’t know what else to ask—they don’t know enough about how portraits are created to […]

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