It's a new year and with a new year, often comes new adventures. For me it was an opportunity to jump back in time and do something that I once loved, but have not done professionally in over 10 years. Fortunately for me, however, even though most of my old
Se7en magazine was and is an online magazine that I did a few pieces for. Still trying to locate the others, but her's one I did with Luiza Madejak and Bohemian Society clothing.
Digging through my old magazine collection looking for old "tears". Here's one that was published in June/July of 2004.
I've posted Katie and her siblings before, but in my effort to go through my old work and find new images, here's a few new edits that I wanted to share.
Here's two more photographs I've taken another stab at editing. Jenny Toth was a wonderful model to work with and I absolutely loved the images we got from her up against the old, dark, metal door background. However, there was this one scene that I've always struggled with - here's
Full disclosure: I'm not a professional reviewer. I don't review items very often, sans an Amazon review here or there. However, with so little info on these digital backs online, I thought I would take some time to give a non-professional (anymore) photographer's point of view from a few days
Although my experiences were relatively few, I did create what I thought were some dramatic images using a technique I developed by way of experimentation* (I'm sure it was created long before I was even born, but I did actually develop it on my own... mind you this was long
In my endless search to find the perfect bag for my photography gear I stumbled on the Kata 19X series of bags (191, 193, & 195). The Kata bag was designed for smaller camcorders, but liking the overall aesthetic so much, I wanted to give it chance to be more
Put together a short, five minute film capturing "one fall night" at my place where routine has become all too routine. I would like to look back and enjoy the routine that will fade as the little one grows.