Monthly Archives: February 2007

Photographers’ Challenge!

This past Sunday I participated in a very cool photography outing organized by Mat Hayward and a few other local Seattle photographers. Some people (me included) found out about it through the Digital Wedding Forum, an incredible online community of wedding photographers across the country and around the world. Other folks found out about it […]

A Question of Scale

Julia Fullerton-Batten has an exhibit in London right now of photos of what look like giant women: The first thing that came to my mind was the poster from the movie Attack of the 50 Foot Woman: And the second thing that came to my mind was “nice Photoshoppery!” But looking through the comments on […]

Photo Albums

How you store your photos are stored has a major impact on your emotional connection to them. My favorite forms or storage are, in order or preference, framing, albums, and boxes. A framed picture becomes a part of your subconscious: I can still vividly recall a trio of summertime photos of my sister taken when […]

Portraits 2006

I know it’s slightly ridiculous to be doing this in February, but I wanted to put up a few of my favorite 2006 portraits. The majority of the portraits I shot this year were done in the context of weddings, but not these–these were all straight up portraits without a boutonniere or bouquet in sight. […]