Monthly Archives: October 2012

Where the Light Is…

My power is out, perhaps all week, so I’m literally going around chasing the light. Made me think of this one with Kelsie I hadn’t shown yet… — Camera: Nikon D3s Lens: Six-image panorama with Nikon 85mm f/1.4G BACK TO TOP | CONTACT ME

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Christina and Brian’s Trash the CAKE session

Sometimes fate knocks on your door … and sometimes it brings cake. I’d met the incredible cake-maker Hope from A Little Imagination Cakes at a Grace Ormonde event and I started thinking: Hey, your cakes are incredible. Why don’t we destroy one? Wouldn’t it be great to get a bride and groom just going nuts […]

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Portrait of a President

Whatever side of the fence you’re on, you can’t argue against President Obama’s smile (or Mitt Romney’s hair). I can’t even describe how sharp this picture is at full size. I put the 24-70 aside for the last few years because it almost made things too easy and mindless, but it is an amazing performer. […]

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Another Chance at History

I’ll be back as the sole independent photographer in the Al Smith Dinner tonight, with President Obama and former Governor Romney, among countless other luminaries. Watch it on C-Span at 9. It has been an incredible honor to have an exclusive eye to history multiple times. Nervous and tremendously excited. Heck, I’m excited just to […]

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Rebecca and Varun (D600 Review Coming Soon!)

I’ve had the findings I need to review the Nikon D600 for a month, but I’ve been (not so) patiently awaiting the software I like to use to update to support files from the camera. Alas, this hasn’t happened yet, but I will listen to those of you who have clamored to hear more about […]

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