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merry christmas

December 25th, 2011

  our card this year!


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our card this year!

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why i do what i do : kodak commercial

November 2nd, 2011

keep me. protect me. share me. and i’ll live forever. photographs are powerful. emotional. everlasting glimpses into our past. i’m grateful to be a part of that.


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keep me. protect me. share me. and i’ll live forever.
photographs are powerful. emotional. everlasting glimpses into our past.
i’m grateful to be a part of that.

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storyboard

August 5th, 2011

I was enjoying this Storyboard I made for Megan and Tom and thought I would share! (disregard the grey as it is for display purposes…but while we are on the topic of grey- I just realized that everything I am buying for my house is grey- *EVERYTHING* – the wall color, furniture, light fixtures…I may [...]


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I was enjoying this Storyboard I made for Megan and Tom and thought I would share!

(disregard the grey as it is for display purposes…but while we are on the topic of grey- I just realized that everything I am buying for my house is grey- *EVERYTHING* – the wall color, furniture, light fixtures…I may have an obsession. But white is too hard to keep clean and black is too dark! Gray is just right.)

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driving home

July 15th, 2011

I was headed home from a newborn session when I stumbled upon this gorgeous scene. It was a few months ago when the evenings were cool and the crickets were all chirping.


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I was headed home from a newborn session when I stumbled upon this gorgeous scene. It was a few months ago when the evenings were cool and the crickets were all chirping. ;)

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Large Prints

June 18th, 2011

Here are a few large prints that came in this week. I know ordering can get overwelming in choosing which pictures to print and what sizes. This might give you a better idea of what the finished product looks like. My personal favorite is a 20×30 Canvas Wrap shown here in vertical (little miss white [...]


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Here are a few large prints that came in this week. I know ordering can get overwelming in choosing which pictures to print and what sizes. This might give you a better idea of what the finished product looks like. My personal favorite is a 20×30 Canvas Wrap shown here in vertical (little miss white dress) and horizontal (lovebirds in bw).  It is the perfect size to fill up a wall and doesn’t crop into your image as much. If you can’t choose one image, then go for a collage!

What is shown here: (left to right)

16 x 20 B&W Canvas Wrap

30 x 20 Canvas Wrap

20 x 20 Storyboard Collage

10 x 20 Storyboard Collage

20 x 30 Canvas Wrap

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Technical difficulties

June 15th, 2011

I have had a growing number of clients inform me that they have emailed me through the website and the messages are not making it to me. We are working to fix the problem, but I just wanted to let anyone that hasn’t gotten a response back from me to know that I am not ignoring [...]


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I have had a growing number of clients inform me that they have emailed me through the website and the messages are not making it to me. We are working to fix the problem, but I just wanted to let anyone that hasn’t gotten a response back from me to know that I am not ignoring you! Please, please try again! If I haven’t responded in 2-3 days that means I did not get it. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Thanks,

crickett

 

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History Lesson : Cameron and Carroll

June 2nd, 2011

These sweet girls in their timeless white dresses kept reminding me of photographers in the late 1800′s I had studied in school. The two that came to mind were Julia Margaret Cameron and Lewis Carroll.  Cameron was known for her soft focused portraits mostly of women. She would make elaborate set ups in her gardens. Cameron [...]


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These sweet girls in their timeless white dresses kept reminding me of photographers in the late 1800′s I had studied in school. The two that came to mind were Julia Margaret Cameron and Lewis Carroll.  Cameron was known for her soft focused portraits mostly of women. She would make elaborate set ups in her gardens. Cameron was more concerned about showing the “greatness of the inner as well as the features of the outer man.” Carroll is best known for his portraits of young girls, including a neighbor girl named Alice, the same Alice that inspired Alice in Wonderland. Both of these photographers took a more casual approach dressing them up and placing their subjects in less formal settings than their contemporaries. It was at a time when photography was starting to become more than a proffession, but a pastime as well. These guys broke the rules and started making portraiture more intimate. I feel like photography has come to that same place in the last 10 years with the erruption of the digital age. We have broken a few of the traditional rules of portraiture, but gained new insights as well. I am grateful for these guys who paved the way for what I love today.

The Gardeners Daughter by Julia Maragret Cameron

Alice Liddell with Sisters by Lewis Carroll