Tag Archives: family


The Karma of Photography

FacebookTwitteremailLinkedinPinterestRedditTumblrI’m not a very groovy person, but … a Karmic+ truth has revealed itself! OK, this truth has actually been a journey, but it finally sank through my thick skull so I’m passing it along […]

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Family Portraits of Dogs and their Humans

FacebookTwitteremailLinkedinPinterestRedditTumblrNo two ways about it: dogs have a special something-something that the camera loves.  They’re spontaneous, unselfconscious, and they bring out the best in their humans. In fact, many of their humans have become good […]

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Cabin Fever: Outdoor Portrait Special

FacebookTwitteremailLinkedinPinterestRedditTumblrFolks, it was a loooong friggin’ winter, but Spring sprang today!  Temps are on the rise and spring buds will be breaking through soon.  I have to be indoors for several studio shoots booked over […]

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Loosening Up

FacebookTwitteremailLinkedinPinterestRedditTumblrMost people find it a little nerve-wracking to be in front of the camera, which leads to tight smiles and tense expressions.  My solution?  A good dose of silly.  I’ve found this not only relaxes […]

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When you smile, the world smiles with you

FacebookTwitteremailLinkedinPinterestRedditTumblrMy photography business grew enough in 2013 that, as I mentioned in a past post, my 2014 New Year’s resolution is to amp up the FUN (good for the health of the business and the […]

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