A touch of Marie Antoinette

A historical shoot is always fun, but when you do it with these two ladies, it goes EPIC. I wanted to create a historical character shoot for stock purposes, set in the Rococo period, using Madame Déficit herself as our inspiration. The first order of business was to research the dress styles of the period,... Continue Reading →

Ballerina Project: Urban Ballerina

As a photographer, I feel very strongly that it is so easy to fall into a comfort zone. One where you know exactly what to do to get your shots. I like to challenge myself constantly. Not only does it keep photography interesting for me, but it also forces one to master all aspects of... Continue Reading →

There’s a Lady in my Lake!

Often when I look at work by other photographers, I get so inspired by where they seem to be shooting. I make the same mistake that most viewers of their work do, thinking that there are 'perfect' locations for themed fashion shoots.The truth often is much less glamorous than magazine spreads would have us believe.... Continue Reading →

How to survive wedding photography

The silly season seems to be grinding to a halt, and now I finally have the opportunity to get back to my blog. As promised, today's post will be about the insanity that is wedding photography.As with family shoots, one either loves wedding photography, or go to severe lengths to avoid it. I love the... Continue Reading →

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