I have created a separate entity from my wedding and portrait business. This site is promoting my commercial side. While I still have to do something with the blog and make the about page stronger, I feel pretty good about the rest. Looking through, I feel there are several images which should...
I went full time with my photography business at the end of last May when I resigned from my teaching position. I taught photography.
Business since then has boomed for me. Last month, I signed a lease on a great location for my new studio. The tons of natural light pouring in made me drool the...
Even though the weather was less than delightful, we managed to capture lots of smiles and laughs. Glasbern Inn, Allentown, PA, is by far one of the most beautiful places at which to shoot a wedding.
Here are a few.
I spent a rainy Sunday morning at a Kirkbride plan state hospital.
Mamiya RZ67 ProII, 50mm, some expired PortaNC and expired Ecktachrome film. Exposure averaged 8-seconds at ƒ5.6-4.5. Mold was free. Enjoy.
2. Hair Dryer
3. Lumpy Cushions
4. Isolation Room
A few more I shot today of my newest son, Pierson. He is 11 days old.
All shot using natural light.
6. My oldest son wanted to arrange the blocks. He's a chip off the ol' ...
My third son, Pierson decided to arrive two weeks early. Newborn photography is not my forté, but I am pleased with my results so far. The best time to shoot them is within the first ten days, the are still sleepy, still, and moldable.
This is only the first day. Comments, critique and general...
My little brother got hitched in Daytona about two weeks ago. It was one of the coldest days there in years. As best man I had many duties, but none as fun as shooting my brothers wedding pics. Enjoy.
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One year later, and it already time for Waylon's two-year portraits. His mommy informed me she will be coming to me until he gets married. Gotta love a life long friend who becomes a life-long customer.
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As spring is blooming, and foilage is growing, I am getting anxious for waterfalls. Although the below shots aren't of big falls, the day quenched my thirst. Enjoy!
1-4: x4 ND filter, circ. polarizer, 22, 1.3" - 2", overcast mid-day.
5 (my trusty assitants)