Photo Friday of Kiah from last spring at the Arnold Arboretum in JP. I love shooting there. Happy Friday.
This year, I’ve been getting a lot of requests for travel locations and have been looking into places that might want me to come and photograph for them. I’ve gotten requests from California to the UK and want to go everywhere. There are a few places I am already traveling to this summer so…Read details
To keep things interesting, I’ve decided to start a weekly post on called Photo Friday. I’ll put up one of my latest or favorite photos. Feel free to leave comments below and let me know what you think.
Last week, I did my first Meetup photography outing. A few months ago, I started a Meetup group called, The Passionate Photographer to allow me to keep connected to the educational side of my interests. Besides photography and pets, I also really love teaching. I feel that the possibilities to teach have expanded so much with…Read details
Today, I started a new tumblr page so people can share there black dogs and stories with the world. Since the Huffington Post article, I’ve been swamped with emails of people sharing photos of their dogs and the stories behind them. Those stories were everything from tear jerking to hilarious but most importantly, they have all be…Read details
WOW! Can I just say that. I was kinda hoping that sharing my Black Dogs Project would get a little more traction, but WOW. What an amazing response I’ve been getting from the Huffington Post article. I admit I’m totally overwhelmed. I’ve had close to 500 emails from all kinds of people. Everything from funny…Read details
As I’m working hard to build my business I’ve been listening to lots of podcasts, reading blogs and trying to follow trends that are going on in the world of photography. There are lots of things going on but I want to make sure it’s something that I can offer that would make people excited…Read details
This photo shows how you can tell how important the size of your print is. It’s amazing to me that people still even want 4×6 inch prints. When photography was analog and time consuming, it was a serious effort to create an 8×10 inch photograph but today, there really isn’t any limit. Technology today has…Read details