Author Archives: Don Fadel



Well, sort of. To pass the time during this pandemic I joined a class to kick my butt. Textured surfaces was the assignment, and I couldn’t find any I liked (wood, old metal, etc.) for […]

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Water Flosser

In part in keeping with the dental nature of my latest endeavor, and in part as a challenge, I wanted to shoot the water flosser that I use and do something different with the product […]

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Should you?

Upon arriving at a certain age, one must deal with the reality of say a resume. You can limit your job history, but then again you’re limiting your experience as well. And that should be […]

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Hollywood Glam

It’s interesting that when one first embarks on a journey is when one is most free to experiment. The less experience, it seems, leads often to focus, to risk taking, to experimentation. Harkening back to […]

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Away (again)

I’ve been delinquent in posting – months, I know. I’ve started a new business for dentists and hygienists ( and this has really taken my time. I have not totally neglected my photography business, but […]

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Boothbay, Maine

A recent pleasure trip to Maine let me experience a personal, stress-free, fun, opportunity for photography. Some images from East Boothbay and the botanical gardens.

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Senior Session

Although I bill myself as a “commercial” photographer, I do a lot of non-commercial work – primarily headshots and portrait sessions. Last week Katelyn, Susie, and my able assistant Kindera took to the streets and […]

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Mother & Daughter

Personal moments are always the most memorable. Kindera wanted a photograph of her and her mother, 88 at the time of this photograph. A recent trip to the family farm in Iowa gave us such […]

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Spicing up Real Estate Images

I do a lot of (inexpensive) real estate photography, primarily for rental properties. No lighting – most of the heavy lifting being done by Photoshop. It’s definitely not high end, but, then again, neither is […]

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Business Portrait

It’s important to keep professional portraits up to date – even for yours truly. This image is the basis for social media posts, such as LinkedIn. It has enough real estate to provide crop for […]

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