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Photographing Pretty Girls

This weekend I am heading back to Montreal to photograph several people, all pretty female models.  Some I have worked with before, others I’ll be meeting for the first time.  Going into this weekend, I keep thinking about when I photographed Melanie last year (from […]

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Look for the Good in Your Work

As photographers, we all should be seeking to improve. Part of this process is to look for and address flaws in our work. Often we feel that by identifying the mistakes in our photos, we can learn from them and do better next time. Sometimes, […]

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Curate Your Social Media

One of the best things I ever did was unfollow nearly all of those who I followed on Instagram.  Social Media is not just networking, it is entertainment, obligation, and a chore.  Instagram (all of them really) want you to connect all of your accounts, […]

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Photography as Leisure

This morning I enjoyed reading Stephanie Buck‘s article, Our Parents Discovered Leisure. We Killed It. on Timeline.com, and I highly recommend that you check it out for yourselves.  I won’t get into rehashing all the thought provoking points she makes, but I do want to […]

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