Monthly Archives: February 2010

Photo of the Day: Bridal Plumage

Getting ready to strut her stuff. If you get past the gender-reversal, I like the idea of bride-as-peacock. All eyes are on them, and they’re fabulous. BACK TO TOP | CONTACT ME

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Nikon finally listened!

I’ve been asking for Nikon to make fast, wide primes forever, and we finally got one! Meet the 24mm f/1.4! Also out is the 16-35mm f/4 VR, another new type of lens from Nikon. Both of these have potential to let me see in some new ways this season, so I will be testing them […]

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Reviews of the workshop!

I couldn’t have had a better time at Saturday’s workshop, and was absoutely thrilled with how everything went — my staff, Isla and Thomas, did a killer job throughout, Phillip Stark could not have been more gracious a studio host, and our models and couples were top-notch! But, as they used to say in Reading […]

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Tom.

I just finished three days of hosting meet-ups and mixers and workshops, oh my. I had the most amazing experience, which will get a full write-up tomorrow. But to start off with, let me publicly reveal my big, secret assignment: I challenged the workshop attendees to take portraits of a stranger … and, if possible, […]

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Photo of the Day: Freezing and Flared

This will hopefully be the coldest engagement shoot I ever do. Not Nick and Rebecca, who are warm and fun and awesome, but the unbelievably freezing weather. Since Nick and Rebecca are long-time friends of mine, I felt free to poke at them a bit about the weather in this Nikon D3s video. BACK TO […]

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