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Oct 15, 2018

I almost never chimp.  What is chimping you say?  It’s defined this way ‘Chimping is a colloquial term used in digital photography to describe the habit of checking every photo on the camera display (LCD) immediately after capture.’  I generally look at the first few pictures and then I don’t look again because I’m too […]

Oct 11, 2018

I meet my clients at beautiful spots around the puget sound based on the type of session they are looking for, the lighting and the weather.  I picked Confluence Park, in Issaquah, to start Spencer’s session because I love the bridge that was built in this park a few years ago.  What I forgot is […]

Oct 3, 2018

This summer I had the pleasure of photographing Amanda.  We first met this girl all the way back when she was in preschool.  She lived right around the corner from us.  In the years in between both families have moved and yet we are STILL just around the corner from her.  Amanda is one of […]

Sep 28, 2018

We got lucky!  Jack’s session was done in early September.  You would think that would ensure great weather but Mother Nature had other plans.  As much as I love the warm evening light of a sunny day, a nice cloudy morning is awesome too.  It means I can go to all my favorite spots and […]

Sep 27, 2018

It’s not often that I get to talk shop with a client.  Never mind a senior client.  Kody was so much fun to compare notes with.  Normally we talk about what they want to do with their future but we spent most of the time talking about photography and videography and how HIS business was […]

Sep 25, 2018

Grayson surprised me.  I always ask my seniors to bring along an object that visually represents something they really like to do.  I’ve had footballs, baseballs, a camera, books, etc.  He was the first to bring along a tennis racket, but that was not the surprise.  The surprise was that he brought along an Xbox […]