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Double Exposure Fun

Wednesday, May 15, 2013 Posted in Photographer

I wanted to share another from my personal project of double exposure crosses.  I am having a lot of fun doing these and I hope you enjoy them.

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Faith and our work

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 Posted in Photographer

Our faith is a big reason that we are photographers.  We believe that it is a calling.  We are there to help people through there worst and best times.  To create something from nothing that has real meaning and value. I have been talking a lot lately about personal projects and I have shared a few of them already in the last few weeks.  I have for years been working on a series of crosses.  I love taking pictures of normal occurring crosses, as well as hand crafted ones.  I was inspired to start shooting crosses with double exposures, all done in the camera to make a series for either a book or gallery show.  Here is one of the first ones I hope you enjoy it.

 

God is my strength and power: and he makes my way perfect.
2 Samuel 22:33

 

 

 

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Bright Pink Petals

Monday, May 06, 2013 Posted in Photographer

Happy Monday. I never realized just how much I hate  the winter weather here in Colorado. I was super excited about the warm weather a few weeks ago, and then we got hit with a few more cold weather storms. The warm weather in Colorado means more shooting of personal projects, weddings, and a whole lot of portraits. That has me excited about the possibilities. I hope you like seeing another abstract.

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Circular Abstracts

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 Posted in Photographer

Personal work is super important in our industry.  Those that don’t experiment and shoot other things get burnt out.  One of the ways to stay inspired is to be open to different creative challenges.  Angie and I are working on a few projects for a gallery project.  Here are a few more abstracts.

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