Fog. I love taking pictures in fog. It diffuses the light and it gives your photos a beautiful ethereal quality. I was lucky enough to drive upon the scene on Octoraro Lake near Quarryville, PA on my way to visit family in Lancaster. Ducks, a body of water, beautiful trees, and fog….it’s a beautiful combination. The photos also looked great on the front and back of my new business card design. Hope that you enjoy them. Advertisements
Luke is my nephew. Although he was only born on April 3, 2009, I figure that I’ve taken more photos of Luke than any other human. I may be biased, but this kid’s got range. He’s ornery, he’s fun, and he’s passionate about tractors and trains. I thought I’d celebrate my collection of Luke photographs with a blog post of some of my favorites.
So, my marketing plan hinges on taking as many pictures as possible for a couple of reasons: 1) I like taking pictures. 2) Content is king. I need to create new work for this blog, photo mailers, my website, and photo contests. 3) I want to get better. Musician portraits is one of the projects that I’m focusing on. I shot my second installment of these portraits with Ron Gallo of Toy Soldiers. I was looking for a location […]
There are perks to having a brewery in the family. One is, having a perfect place to get married (which Heather and I took full advantage of this past fall). Another would be having amazing beer at family gatherings (which Heather and I also take full advantage of at every gathering). For me as a photographer, it’s been a lot of fun shooting pictures for their marketing and press materials. For those of you that don’t know the beer world, […]
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There are a couple determining factors that led to these portraits. One day I was checking out photography websites and I came across Joshua Black Wilkins work. In his testimonials someone wrote “Amazing organic portraits….somehow he always manages to capture the soul- I don’t feel like I’m looking at a photograph when I look at these photos- I feel like I’m sitting right across from the subjects at a diner or on the street.” If that’s not what a portrait […]
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