Monthly Archives: January 2011

Eckart Preu

I had the opportunity to shoot Eckart Preu for the Inlander a few months back. Eckart is the conductor of the Spokane Symphony. You know you’ve arrived when you have your own Wikipedia page and Eckart has just that – … Continue reading

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Longer Lens = More Background Blur? Yes and No.

I had this question bouncing around in my head for a while and no one could give me a good answer. I know the answer now so I figured I might as well write it down. The question is “do … Continue reading

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Buzz Saves Zhu Zhu

Post title sponsored by the letter Z. Strobist: Shot with an AB B800 through a 20 degree grid on white seamless. Critique: I really like the halo effect a grid can give behind a subject. I wish there was more … Continue reading

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St. Lukes and Smokeless Cigs Freelance Photography Work

Here’s a couple of photos I took for the January-February issue of InHealthNW. The first is part of a write up on the new Rehabilitation Institute at St. Luke’s hospital. The article is online at http://www.inhealthnw.com/story.php?id=312. The second photo is … Continue reading

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The Christmas Book

This was a personal project I was doing last fall trying to document some of my kids more obvious personality traits and passions. My theme for all 20 or so portraits was simplicity. I committed to using single color backgrounds … Continue reading

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