Monthly Archives: March 2011

The reviews are coming! The reviews are coming!

I’ve gotten a lot of good response to my equipment reviews recently, and the camera geek in me loves doing them. I still make more than 99 percent of my income and get 100 percent of my passion from actually shooting for clients, though, so they can get lost in the shuffle. I have lots […]

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The Moment of Shock

It’s safe by now to reveal the couple in this photo. I love when I get hired to photograph the moment of a proposal. It’s fraught with such incredible emotion … and I get to use my best ninja skills. Here, the set-up was an incredibly romantic dinner date at the Metopolitain Museum of Art, […]

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Swimming with the Fishes

Please allow me a moment of tourist photography here. Wendy and I went down to Atlanta for about 36 hours in a quick “before the insanity comes” getaway. While the goal of finding some warmer weather utterly fell to 35-degree mornings, we did have an amazing time swimming in this very tank, including whale sharks, […]

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Quick (but important) workshop update: Headed to the Brewery!

I’ve been keeping the locations of my March 18 and 19 workshop under my hat as I triple-checked details from 3,000 miles away. Now I’m happy to announce that our base of operations will be a 3,000-foot studio at the Brewery Art Colony in Downtown Los Angeles! This should be a great spot to play […]

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Stefan and Sabine are married!

I know, I missed the Photo of the Day yesterday, but that’s because awesomeness was happening. First, I can unveil the location of my 3/18-19 workshop in LA! Both days will be in a gigantic studio at the very hip Brewery Artist Collective. We’re going to have lots of room to play around and have […]

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Not the TIE!

I’ve been thinking recently of great moments I’ve seen at weddings, and I keep coming back to this one. Lane was marrying Eva, a lovely Danish woman, and it is a Danish tradition that, during the reception, the guests physically restrain the groom and cut his socks in half “so no other woman will look […]

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