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Why Equality is Important to Us

January 23, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
You've finally found the love of your life, ready to make a lifelong commitment. Excited to pronounce your devotion and recite carefully scripted vows in front of friends and family. You have your venue, the rings, the perfect attire, and now you need a photographer to capture this momentous beginning of your Happily Ever After. The two of you revi...
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Bringing to Life the Playful Chaos of a Group Photo

August 26, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Welcome to Our Crazy Family! Using a tripod and intervalometer, we were able to capture this massive group photo of the Wicks family at our reunion this summer. We set up the timer to take several consecutive shots, told everyone to smile and keep smiling until the shutter stopped clicking, and then ran into place to strike a pose. There were...
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Hiring a Wedding Photographer Tip Sheet

May 24, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Anyone can buy a DSLR camera and portable studio and then sell themselves cheap as a wedding photographer only to create horrible images, leaving you with an album of regret. In the business, this is referred to as “fauxtography”. Don’t be fooled by a non-professional. We have the technical training, knowledge, and experience to make our cameras wo...
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How Being a Graphic Artist Sets Me Apart as a Photographer

February 20, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
This screen grab is a design in progress from my latest photo shoot for Coach Ryan Woods and his traveling youth basketball team, the Warriors. I promised him that if we had time, I would shoot a team lineup photo and design a cool poster for the parents. I start by editing the image in Adobe Lightroom, which is the editing software of choice fo...
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Collage of the Snow Storm Progression via Instagram

January 06, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
I've been taking Instagram photos of my back porch as the snow dumped record amounts on us and thought I would share them in a collage to show the progression of my lawn furniture being swallowed up. (Which I admit has no business being on the deck in mid-winter). I believe the total accumulation for Flint, Michigan, ended up being about 16 inches...
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