Category Archives: Philosophy


Pour Lui

I attended Leadercast recently, and was inspired by a talk by Donald Miller, the CEO of StoryBrand. Donald outlined 7 aspects that every story – whether a movie, a book, a marketing or sales campaign […]

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Standoff Revisited

I was approached by the UK magazine Amateur Photographer to write an article on this, one of my signature images. They were interested in the concept behind the image (one I too briefly wrote about […]

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Children’s Shoot

Some images from a children’s shoot this past weekend. While I am primarily a color photographer, I think black and white is in every photographer’s veins. As Robert Frank put it, “Black and white are […]

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Headshot Evolution

When your daughter gets her hair done, and you’re a photographer, there’s only one thing to do: headshots!   I do prefer landscape orientations, which fit better with contemporary presentations (web). These can be cropped, […]

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Website Adjustments

I’ve made some minor changes to the site to clarify what I do and what I can offer you. This manifests itself in some menu changes and redesigned pages, and an updated portfolio. Every post […]

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One Look, Two Styles

Post processing can obviously lend significant changes to the way an image presents itself. This is nothing new, and has been a part of photography since its inception. A photographer lends three basic skills to […]

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Faith in Profile

I was continuing my journey into beauty images – actually, a return to my roots. It’s interesting, at least to me, how subjects can photograph so differently – we are all individuals after all. Faith […]

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And While We’re on the Subject of Beauty Shots …

This image of Mel is what we’re typically talking about when we talk about a beauty shot: Mel is an actor. I’m a photographer. Mel’s job is to project a character – even herself – […]

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Taste in Volume

Tastes change. My tastes have definitely changed (I think). At least I’m more aware of what my current evolution is as a photographer. And yet, looking back through my portfolio over the years, one thing […]

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Adding a sense of motion to a photograph can be done in a couple of ways, either at exposure or afterwards during post processing. For this image of Natalie, I chose the later. Actually, I […]

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