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Photo Challenge - Week One.

As I mentioned before, I downloaded Andrea‘s ebook: The Busy Mom’s Guide to Growing as a Photographer. It’s a collection of photo challenges. The first challenge is a month-long challenge giving no direction to your subjects. 203 more words


A photo experiment.

It’s pretty cold and dreary in Pittsburgh, these days. I’ve been feeling a little stagnant with my photos. I don’t get out much, and when I do I am so bundled up, that carrying my camera with me just seems like one more thing I need to think about. 197 more words


Eddie's Third

We had a party for Eddie last month. His birthday was a few weeks afterwards but it worked best to have the party earlier.

A few takeaways: 591 more words



So, I’ve blogged before… Back before I had a run at being a professional photographer (and during).

I loved my work, especially the full day weddings. 294 more words


Rethinking Micro Four Thirds

In the photographic world, bigger is generally accepted as better.  That’s regarding the sensor, of course.  Larger formats, such as the forthcoming Fujifilm medium format camera system, will yield better results than the 35mm full frame sensor which beats out an APS-C cropped sensor which exceeds a micro four thirds one which is better than a compact camera sensor which… 493 more words