Category Archives: black and white

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newborn jack

This adorable little guy is Jack. He was just six days old when I had the pleasure of meeting him and capturing his cuteness with my camera. I’ve photographed Jack’s family before and knew that they had a backyard that … Continue reading

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the advantages of hiring a photojournalist (part 1)

Something I read today has me thinking about photography styles and techniques. Someone else felt like a good photographer creates moments rather than captures them. I strongly disagree. A good photographer can create a compelling image out of any scenario, … Continue reading

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more senior moments with nate

I have a few more images of Nate Shaffer to share with you. I really enjoyed the outdoor shoot with fall leaves, interesting trees, rocks, and the Cuyahoga River incorporated into shots. I’m looking forward to seeing what photos are … Continue reading

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senior preview: nate

We took advantage of this weekend’s amazing weather and beautiful fall colors to do an outdoor senior session in Akron. Firestone High School senior Nate Shaffer was fun to work with and will have a nice variety of photos to … Continue reading

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firefighter wedding

This weekend, we were guests at a unique wedding. Kyle McDonald is a firefighter and I took the opportunity to capture some images you wouldn’t find at most weddings. Here are a few for you to enjoy. After the ceremony, … Continue reading

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my loves

I’ve always loved photography, but I love my family, too, which is why I put my career on the backburner for a few years. This is one of my favorite photos of my family. It was taken when my son … Continue reading

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you’d better not pout

I have a large collection of pouty faces from this sometimes-sweet little girl. This is one of my favorites, from Easter 2009. Sometimes eliminating color from a photo enhances it dramatically. You can focus on the expression and the outfit … Continue reading