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Yearly Archives: 2011

Power of Photography: Tools and Emotions

I had a little birdie trying to get into my house today. It kept hopping around on that wire, flying down to the bottom of the window, back to the top, hanging, flitting around. This was the best shot I was able to capture. The composition feels very lonely; all of the negative space, the […]

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Two couples I’ve known since high school (semi) recently became engaged – how fun! I had the honor of taking their engagement photographs, and decided to share a few of my favorites: Can you grasp at the personality of the couple?

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Time Lapse: Stars

Time Lapse: Stars 30 second exposures over a period of about 5 hours. Waiting for the next full moon to try this again! Hopefully with less cloud cover this time.

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Joshua Tree with the iPhone 4

Sometimes it’s not always the best idea to lug around gear with you. When I feel like I’m getting stuck in a creative rut, I like to go OUT and explore. Of course, the photographer in me wants to document everything, which is why I adore my iPhone 4 (product placement, ew). Could I have […]

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“I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape – the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter.  Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show.”  ~Andrew Wyeth  

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