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Category Archives: Behind my lens

A collection of personal posts and work often accompanied by a story of how an image was derived.

Pic of the day

Here’s a recent shot from a personal shoot.  Whenever time allows I setup shoots like these simply to work on my lighting.  My home studio is not a huge space so there are only so many ways you can set up the lighting.  Experimenting with new lighting techniques on my personal shoots translates to more […]

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The Dark Side

Since I began photography I have always shot Canon.  I’ve never felt the need to explore other options.  In fact I’ve never even taken one shot with a Nikon ever, until now.  So what sparked the curiosity?  When shooting weddings you are exposed to a myriad of shooting conditions, indoors, outdoors, dimly lit churches and reception halls, […]

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The Making of a Laker Girl

Most of my studio equipment has been collecting dust since my recent work has all been on location.  I even have a brand new speedotron beauty dish I haven’t even broke in yet.  Shooting in the studio is great, I don’t have to leave home, I have full control of everything and the quality of […]

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