Monthly Archives: June 2014

I always enjoy taking head shots for my clients, but doing them for a theatre major with all sorts of ideas takes it to another level. Ariane and I had been planning to do a photo shoot for a couple months so I could do some head shots for her theatre performances, as well as […]

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I’m always open to exploring new locations, and when Kyle asked me to photograph Christi and him at Grayson Highlands Park for their engagement session, I eagerly accepted. Grayson Highlands is a special place for Kyle, since he and his family used to camp there when he was a child. It was also one of  […]

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Six months ago I was asked by a good family friend to photograph her newborn granddaughter, Maci Jade, and although I had never photographed a newborn, I accepted. The results were not bad, but there were very few finished images to deliver, due to my lack of knowing how to work with babies. Six months later, […]

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A photographer needs three things to make a successful photograph, and each one is equally important: Composition, equipment, and editing. 1. Composition knowledge – In today’s world with Pinterest and constant ideas flowing in from multiple places it is easy to think “I want to try that!” Afterwards, people might wonder why their image didn’t turn […]

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