Monthly Archives: January 2011


Nutty About Winter

This little squirrel was running around the property in Winfield finding and re-hiding nuts and bits everywhere. It was very busy but took a few seconds to pose nicely for the camera. This was taken […]

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Shining New Light

Ryan was very patient with me as I tested out my new studio light. Pretty nice I think! He makes my lights look good. xoxo  

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Gloomy Day

This was taken on 22nd of January at a morning soccer game. I had my camera out for some sports action shots. I saw the sun trying to poke out of the clouds and snapped […]

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Don’t Cry Broken Angel

Brook and I had a rainy photo day today. We intended on hanging around some Auto Wrecking yards and take some rusted metal and junk’ed car pictures.When we got there, and asked if we could […]

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Pinned down

  I took this in 2009. I think this was one of the first shots I took that made me think that ANYTHING can be turned into an artistic photograph. I like the clothes […]

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A Few More Of Pam & Dan & Baby-to-be

Baby blocks. Every now and then, a sentimental smooch was in order. I’m so glad I captured their true feelings in this shot. A really nice couple! A relaxed and fun time near the end […]

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Expect The Unexpected (Pun Intended)

This photo of Pam was taken with the intention of being fully lit up…but the flash didn’t go. The light on her baby belly was from a difused light source. It came out very dark except for […]

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Unwilling / Willing Model Chris

Black and White with some vignetting in Lightroom 3. I am really enjoying learning and playing with post production stuff. Of course, trying to get ‘the shot’ on camera is key, but being able to […]

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Tea Anyone?

This teapot was given to me by Ryans Gran. I don’t use it as a teapot though. It has dish soap in it. I use it every day and everyone who sees me use it […]

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Ahhh, The Good Ol’ Days…

My first models of choice when I started really getting into photography were flowers and birds. Both are beautiful on their own. They are easy to find and there’s no need to pose. They are […]

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