Category Archives: Photography

Labor of Love

Portrait photography can feel like a balancing act, between on the one hand creating a wide variety of images quickly and efficiently, and on the other hand, coming up with that custom, exquisitely crafted portrait that emerges only as much time is expended. As it turns out, photographers end up doing both, since fast paced […]

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Color Harmony

Sometimes a little thing goes a long way. In the world of art, there is a concept called “color harmony”. Colors that stand in certain relationships to one another are seen as creating specific effects. For example, colors that are similar to one another are seen as restful, while colors that are different from one […]

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Classic Senior Boy’s Portrait

I love senior portraits. I pull out all the stops and create portraits that stand the test of time. Whether it’s a boy or a girl, I enjoy the process immensely. But, I admit—I have a special place in my heart for portraits of senior boys. This is because, in contrast to senior girls, few […]

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Fifty-Six Seconds

So I was at this wedding, and good friends were coming whose family I had taken portraits of not long ago. But I had neglected to get a portrait of their daughter. The day of the wedding was lovely, the gardens of the Thomas Gilcrease House were lush, the opportunity was unfolding for a fine […]

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Self-Portrait

So. Every now and then, the photographer needs to get in front of the camera. Not that I’m shy about being photographed: I’m not one of those photographers who are neurotic about their own appearance. I’ve always been more or less comfortable with who I am and how I look. That being said, since I’m […]

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