This time of year brings with it many exciting photo opportunities INDOORS. But with indoor photography, many struggles can arise...poor coloring and blurry pictures normally top the list. But not to fear! Those struggles can be easily remedied with these 5 tricks. Read on! 1- First and...Read More
The Internet is the 21st century version of the atom bomb. For all it’s benefits and advantages, there is some overlooked carnage that us, as photographers in a digital society, have had to survive. In his October 26th article in the New York Times (http://nyti.ms/IjDcX8), Tim Kreider ( author of “We Learn Nothing”) vented about...Read More
I have been remiss in not getting a blog posting up lately, but between being unusually busy and my feeling that it is poor form to post unless you have something worthwhile to say…well…that’s my reason. I am a portrait photographer. I am pretty good at it and I love it. Sandy usually asks me to post...Read More
There are few things more precious than a newborn, especially a newborn who is just hours old. I'm always in awe of the absolute miracle of it all. As a photographer, I can't help but think how every single detail needs to be documented.
Christmas music, cookies, Santa, children bouncing off the walls, and happy dogs sniffing each other. This is what you will find when you visit the Santa Paws is coming to Town Event this November. As a pet photographer, this is a wonderful opportunity to...Read More