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  1. Old Fashioned Heat Relief

    Date 16 Jun 2017
    I often hear of photographers, writers and artists hitting a “dry spell”, a cross-discipline “writer’s block” if you will.  Perhaps you shoot the same kinds of portraits a lot or get caught up in the other aspects of life that keep a camera out of your hands.   In photography, at least, half…

  2. Copper State of Mind

    Date 29 May 2017
    A recent project found me shooting catalog shots of some unique and antique copper pots and pans.  Sounds boring enough but in actuality, it was really interesting and challenging.   Ceres Copper Cookware sells rare and hard to find pieces they find all over the planet.  For the cognoscenti, these pieces…

  3. Oh Ginger!

    Date 06 May 2017
    Something to be said about Rescue dogs.  Ginger is a Manchester Terrier, she and her sibling were rescued in the winter of 2017 as tiny pups.   We needed to get this session done quickly as the images would be used for an all-to-near birthday present Near…. as in a couple days near.…

  4. Multiple Clicks

    Date 20 Apr 2017
    So I was hired to shoot a family photo for a rather challenging group. Not challenging because they are difficult kids…. just the opposite…. but challenging because they range in age from less than 2 to 12 and there are six of them.  The print would be given to the…

  5. Unexpected Change of Pace

    Date 18 Apr 2017
    The phone call came out of the blue and I didn’t realize it was on my business line (I have two lines on one cell phone). If I’d known, I surely would have answered in a more ‘businesslike’ way, rather than in a “hello who are you?” kind of way…

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