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Photoessay: Aerial scale, part II

Continued from part I.

As promised – here’s the other half without obviously identifiable reference points. I often find that with aerial images, it’s either very easy to abstract or very hard to get a consistent sense of scale – especially when the subject matter is not something that jumps out at us as something our subconscious can pattern recognise. 237 more words


A photography announcement + a recipe!

After making my photography giveaway post, I was overwhelmed with the amount of responses I received. My Facebook and Instagram messengers flooded with people asking to do all different types of sessions: couples, family, senior portraits, boudoir, wedding, pets, etc. 893 more words


Photoessay: Aerial scale, part I

I’ve shot in very few places that have this kind of yield or density of interesting subject matter and images you feel compelled to have to make – I guess that either makes them rare, or I don’t travel enough. 237 more words


Becca's senior portraits

Can you guys believe it? Another person trusted ME with their senior shots! I mean, really, what’s wrong with y’all? These things are important! I’m back at it again, except this time my model wanted to do something entirely off the beaten path. 173 more words


Ashley's senior portraits

A few weeks back, a gal I knew from high school messaged me asking if I could shoot her senior pictures for her. I initially thought “this girl is a nut job” because WHY? 278 more words


on photography skills

“Skill in photography is acquired by practice and not by purchase.”

Percy W. Harris

On Photography

Photographing friends and family

I’ve often thought that this is perhaps both the easiest and hardest subject to shoot, and shoot well. It’s also the most accessible human documentary subject for all of us, and almost always one of the… 1,636 more words