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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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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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Christmas Portrait with Dogs

It’s only natural for a photographer to give the gift of photography, isn’t it? So as a gift for Jess and Taylor, I created something that I’ve seen and wanted to replicate – but this […]

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Speas and Grimes Farms, Fall 2017

I realize that I haven’t posted in a while. Other distractions have kept me away – photographic and otherwise. Doing lots of real estate photography and projects around the home. I went to Iowa in […]

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Florida is Beautiful

Florida’s beauty is defined by her water. Inland rivers, the ocean. Vast swatches of green, blue, and brown. And the wildlife that inhabits and surrounds them. From the ground, sometimes this is difficult to see. […]

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I was commenting to a friend how grateful I am to have access to technologies that enable photographic vision. This is the golden age of photography. Everything from smart phones to amazing cameras with unheard […]

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Births are always special. Especially grandkids. Especially when they are yours. I took a lot of photographs. I’m so thankful for the Sony A7R Mark II and it’s amazing high ISO performance. The room was […]

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What Was Then

Old Mayport isn’t what it used to be. A lot of the shrimp boats are still there, to be sure. But many of the docks – decrepit as they might have been – are long […]

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Yet another new site. The look hasn’t changed, but I’ve moved my site to a new address (the old neighborhood was getting a little pricey). 5 years, 268 posts, and who knows how many changes […]

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