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Category Archives: Portrait

Quick update

Hello all! Thanks for all of your support and comments throughout this short blog lifetime. It’s been a crazy few months, and this month is no exception. Being at student here at Brooks means constantly having to time manage and give up a few things (like sleep and a normal eating schedule) to gain a […]

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Best of… macro photography

Macro photography… taken with either a 100mm or 180mm lens. For those of you who are wondering how the heck I got so close to such strange animals.. most of them are captive, owned by an animal wrangler who came by to visit and let the class photograph his animals. Some animals have actually received […]

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Elderly Pets – Rottweiler

More animal portraits… I’m on a roll! This is Hannah, my 11 year old Rottweiler (mix) dog. We’re not sure what breed she is mixed with… when she bought her, the seller promised us that she was full-Rott, but as she grew up, we realized she didn’t really look like it. We’re thinking part German […]

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Tim: “Super Senior” kitty

This is my friend Kat’s 17-year-old cat named Tim. She calls him a “super senior” cat, hahah! It’s funny to see how age progresses in animal, since it seems to show up more prevalently in animals than it does in humans, in terms of in a span of say, 5 to 10 years or so. […]

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Photographing in Open Shade

Quick photography tips (as requested by Trinh) She recently purchased a D3000 and asked me for some quick tips on how to best photograph make up. Well, Trinh, hopefully you’re applying make up during the day! This will make your life much easier when you’re photographing it after you’re done. If not, no worries; I’ll […]

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