Posts Tagged ‘alienbees’


July 1, 2012 | No comments yet

As Isaac gets older, there are fewer and fewer opportunities when he will really cooperate when I have a camera in hand. The moments when I can actually collaborate on photos with a three and a half year old are priceless. I love the infrequent moments when he not only humors me by standing in […]

Light is Everything

January 19, 2012 | No comments yet

I’ve probably written about it before, but I have some new photos with some new toys, and thought it was time to reassert something that a lot of budding photographers overlook in their quest to have the best gadgets: light is the KEY to great photos. I’m not saying strobes are key, or speedlites are […]

Shaping Light

September 19, 2011 | No comments yet

Today’s blog post is going to be a bit shorter on words than usual, and a bit longer on images. I took these photos this morning with my friend Jemmel, who was kind enough to be a guinea pig while I tried some new stuff and dialed things in. I’m really pleased with the results […]

Portrait Project: Stephanie & Mariel

April 3, 2011 | No comments yet

My portrait project is forcing me to be flexible and creative. I never know what kind of setting/props I am going to encounter, and one of the challenges is to use what’s at hand to make compelling images. I am finding that my basic kit has been winnowed down to the 1DmkIII, the 5D, my […]

Looking Inward

February 3, 2011 | No comments yet

The winter is always a time of introspection for me. As a people photographer, it is often a slower time of year, since not many people are getting married in the dead of winter (though I’d really love to shoot a winter wedding in someplace like Asheville–hint, hint). As a part of looking inward, setting […]