Yearly Archives: 2009

Mr. and Mrs. Matt McGraw

When I shot Matt & Brittany’s engagement photos it was blistering hot. However, for this December wedding, it was quite chilly. It actually started to feel a bit like winter (rare for Florida). However, it was still a beautiful day! The sun even peaked out during the ceremony to warm everyone up. It was particularly…

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Pabalate Family Portraits

Our great friends, the Pabalate’s, hired me to shoot their family portraits. The “East Coast” and “West Coast” members of the family were gathered here in Jacksonville, Florida. It had rained all day the day before. However, today we caught a break and had some nice moody clouds to help make a nice river from…

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Portrait Session Swap

It’s really an honor when a very talented photographer asks you to photograph her family. This week I did a family portrait swap with local photographer, Stephie Joy. What’s a portrait swap? That’s where I photograph her family and she photographs mine. Us photographers get busy photographing everyone else that sometimes we forget to get…

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BNI Head Shots

I had my first business portrait session at my BNI meeting. I think it was a great success. I packed up all my lighting gear, backdrops, triggers, stands, softboxes,umbrellas, etc. and hauled up to the Holiday Inn where we meet. Here are a few examples from the shoot. I’m sure I’ll do this again throughout…

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Invariate Adobe Camera Profiles

OK… that picture has nothing to do with this post… but I hate blog posts without pictures. This picture is taken from the Julington Creek Bridge at sunset in Jacksonville, FL. When I did my original post about making Untwisted Adobe Camera Profiles, I had meant to go back and create “Invariate” versions as well….

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