Monthly Archives: June 2011

Vivian Maier

Right now…her street photography is also inspiring me. And her story too.  It’s unbelievable. She was constantly taking pictures, which she didn’t show anyone.  These photos came to light, after her death.  The negatives, and undeveloped rolls discovered at a thrift auction.  She was a master at composition, a skilled storyteller, and I can’t wait…

Canvas Gallery Wrap sale

A special holiday sale! 20% 0ff canvas prints for all my clients!  Email me for ordering details.  Sale is from now till July 5th. . one 20×30 and two 16×20

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  • I looooooooooove canvas wraps! 🙂

right now…

…her work is really inspiring me. -Cheryl Jacobs Nicolai I love the grain.  I love the chiaroscuro.  I love the sibling connections.

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  • Heather

    So beautiful! I love when photographers aren’t afraid of shadows in their pictures!

being in front of the lens for a change

This got my mind a rolling today… “Photographers…Make it a point of putting yourself in front of someone else’s lens, at least a few times a year. Empathize with your subjects. It is not easy to be photographed, and it takes a lot of skill, and a lot of tools in the toolbox, to learn…

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at the lake

A lot has changed in a year.  And a little bit hasn’t. . Our first dip of the season.  I love seeing how Jack has grown.  I love that Scott is just a step behind.  And I love that nobody is ever at the lake on a weekday at 11:00. What I love about this…

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  • Awww, love it! They are both so big! And your pics are amazing. 🙂

  • Those photo’s are so beautiful. The colors are so warm and lovely. I really like the profiles pic too!

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