Over the course of a year, I’m quite surprised at times at the variety of faces my camera sees.
The majority of these are portraits.
Some are subjects I’ve photographed previously.
Others, are 1st timers.
I’ve learned I have to do my absolute best because that portrait I make could be something extremely precious.
I’m very lucky that my clients arrive knowing they can expect my absolute best effort.
I’ve always believed that first impression a visitor to your website gets when they see your portrait is one you can control.
It’s after all a still image so you can absolutely make it your ‘best’ side.
Continue reading Faces of 2016
Excitement was in the air by the time I arrived around 7:30 am last Saturday.
The Life Arts building, the Riverside Municipal Auditorium and the Universalist Unitarian Church of Riverside was already teeming with staffers clad in purple t-shirts from Encore High School.
Continue reading Encore High School Holiday Festival 2016
It’s been a while since I put up some fresh work.
This time around, I am also displaying 4 pictures from students who attended my Small Flash Lighting workshop, Steve Fetbrandt, Debbie Redfearn, Terry Turcotte and Steffen Urban.
Those were taken during my actual workshops.
If you have a chance stop by Back to the Grind coffeehouse this evening during Art Walk or anytime this month of September to see them.
My students work will be on the right wall. Continue reading Portraits on display at Back to the Grind
Over the years I’ve been extremely fortunate to have met and photographed a lot of faces.
Many of these weren’t paid jobs but just collaborations or what is frequently called “Time For Prints.” Continue reading Practice isn’t just for beginners but also seasoned practitioners